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4th of July

Every year the Needham Exchange Club provides Needham’s
4th of July Celebration
at no cost to the Town or its taxpayers. All the funds we spend are raised from your contributions, the support of local businesses and the hard work of the 100 men and women of the Needham Exchange Club.

All the money raised for the Parade and Fireworks are spent solely on the celebrations.

Please help support Needham’s Signature Event!



2017 Citrus and Chocolate Sale

to support
Needham Scholarships


Dear Friends and Neighbors:


As in prior year years during the holiday season, the Needham Exchange Club is offering for sale 2/5 and 4/5 bushels of grapefruits, oranges, 1/5 bushel of tangerines, as well as a 2/5 bushel gift box filled with both oranges and grapefruits.  We are also offering Serenade Chocolatier 7 oz. and 14 oz. gift boxes of plain Milk and Dark bark chocolate, as well as Peppermint and Almond bark. 

Every dollar raised from this sale of fruits and chocolates benefits the Needham community through the many programs sponsored by the Club such as the Child Abuse Prevention Center and the High School scholarship program for Needham’s Students. 


Your purchase will be available for pickup at the Memorial Park Field House from 9:00am to 12:00 Noon on Saturday, December 9th, 2017.  We also have shipping options so you can send your purchase as holiday gifts anywhere in the United States. 


Please click on the link below it to check out all our different product offerings and to complete a direct order form.


2017 Exchange Club Citrus and Chocolate Sale


Thank you for your support !!





Welcome to the Needham Exchange Club’s website.


The Exchange Club has a long standing commitment to Needham, and the goals of our Club are reflected in our Mission Statement. Founded 70 years ago as a service club to promote patriotism and provide community service, the Exchange Club continues to serve the youth, seniors and families of Needham. While our signature project is the 4th of July Celebration at Memorial Park, other areas of service that we sponsor are the Local Child Assault Prevention Program (CAPP), the Book of Golden Deeds Award, and Scholarships awarded to outstanding students.


The Exchange Club is always looking for new members who would like to be part of a dynamic service organization. Please contact us if you would like more information about the club, or if you would like to speak with a member about joining the Exchange.


Best Regards,


Ann Cosgrove


The Exchange Club maintains a Facebook page that documents its most recent activities.  We invite you to navigate there to see what we've been doing.  Look for the Facebook icon at the bottom of this Home Page.