The Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor was chartered in 1996 and meets on Tuesday mornings at 7:15 AM for breakfast at the Masonic Hall, 62 Pleasant Street, Marblehead.


Membership of Rotary provides an opportunity to work with fellow business professionals and community leaders on a variety of fund raising and service projects at a local, national and international level.

Rotarians are business and professional leaders who take an active role in their communities while greatly enriching their personal and professional lives.

Rotary club contains a diverse group of professional leaders from the community that the club serves.

Melissa StaceyMelissa Stacey, the owner of Feeling Organized, a firm that helps individuals and businesses with organization, was inducted into the Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor at a recent breakfast meeting. In her classification talk Stacey told of her Marblehead roots and how she was a third generation Rotarian going back to her grandfather, Donald Stacey, a former Marblehead postmaster. Stacey founded her company in the San Francisco Bay area and moved it this year to Marblehead. From left to right Amy Renz-Havens, her sponsor, Stacey and Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor president Margo Steiner. The club meets every Tuesday for breakfast at the Masonic Hall.  

A Barnett receiving Paul HarrisAndrew Barnett was named a Paul Harris Fellow by the Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor recently. The breakfast Rotarians cited Barnett for his volunteerism and community work. He has been active with the Boy Scouts of America and the Marblehead Little Theater for a number of years. In addition he has assisted the Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor in its many projects, and has overseen the design and maintenance of its website. His wife, Jessica, is a past president of the Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor and for years served as chair of the Holiday Pops. In recognition of his untiring contributions to the club, Barnett was also presented with a “Working Rotarian Spouse” tee shirt. In the photo Jessica Barnett presents the Paul Harris pin to her husband. The award, the highest that can be given by a Rotary club, is named for the founder of Rotary International.