Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Rotary at Flatbread

The Rotary Club of Bedford invites you to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with dinner from the Flatbread Company of Bedford to support the Bedford Rotary Foundation. Flatbread will donate a portion of the profits from all flatbreads sold between 4 and 9 PM on Wednesday, March 17, 2021, no coupon or flyer necessary! Supporters can order take-out or dine-in at Flatbread. To make a reservation for dine-in, please visit YelpWait to add your name to the waitlist.

Flatbread specials this week are perfect for the St. Patrick’s Day holiday. The Carne Flatbread Special is Corned Beef and Cabbage, and it includes Oven-Roasted Fingerling Potatoes, Oven-Roasted Corned Beef, Red and Green Cabbage, Oven-Roasted Maple Carrots, Mozzarella, Parmesan, & Herbs, and is topped with a Homemade Dijon Mustard. The Vegetarian Special includes Spinach & Basil Pesto, Organic Broccoli, Organic Baby Spinach, Fresh Mozzarella, Mozzarella, Parmesan, and Herbs. Vegan and Gluten-Free Flatbreads are also available.

The Bedford Rotary Foundation is the charitable arm of the Rotary Club of Bedford. This past year, the Bedford Rotary Foundation has proudly supported many initiatives. Locally, the Foundation has donated to Bedford Youth and Family Services to purchase gift cards for families in need, funded the purchase of an iPad for students to use at Bedford TV, and supported the youth programs RYLA and BRIC2.

Helping Bedford residents take advantage of our natural resources is important to the Bedford Rotary. This past fall, Rotarians gave away bicycle helmets to student riders, and gathered (safely) to clean up the 9/11 Memorial Park at Springs Brook Park for all visitors to enjoy. Additionally, the Foundation helped fund the Lavender Lane kiosk, bike rack, and bench created by Eagle Scout candidate Jimmy McGinn.

Beyond the borders of Bedford, the Foundation supported Operation Delta Dog and Sleep in Heavenly Peace. In response to COVID-19, Rotarians created face shields, and the Foundation donated face masks to the Town of Bedford, the Bedford Public Schools, and the Domestic Violence Services Network. Globally, the Foundation nourished lives through Rise Against Hunger, supported the Guatemalan Literacy Project, and helped fund the Southern Sudanese Enrichment for Families.

If you would like to become a member of, or learn more about the Rotary Club of Bedford, please visit our website at BedfordMARotary.org or check us out on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter @BedfordRotary. We are a group of service-minded adults who come together weekly with the goal of making the world a better place for all living things. High School students can become involved through the Bedford High School chapter of Interact. Young adults 18+ should stay tuned for a new chapter of Rotaract coming to Bedford this summer!

Thank you for considering dining at the Flatbread Company of Bedford on Wednesday, March 17th to support the Bedford Rotary Foundation!


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