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Rotary International is the world's first service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs worldwide. You will find that the Rotary Club of Concord is comprised of just under 85 members strong and we meet at 12:15 on Tuesday's at Beaver Meadow Golf Course.

 

Our members are volunteers who work locally, regionally, and internationally to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace, and eradicate polio worldwide.

 

Our motto is but concise and to the point... “Service Above Self”

 

I would like to invite you to attend any of our meetings by clicking here and be my personal guest.

 

 

Nancy Parker, President

Rotary Club of Concord NH

Our Rotary year spans from July to June.  Here are highlights of our most recent year (ending June 30, 2018).
 

 Scholarships

In the past Rotary year $46,000 was awarded in scholarships to students attending technical schools, colleges and universities.

These scholarships were made possible by a gift from Noah and Evelyn Arell, which resulted in creation of the Arell Scholarship Fund endowment, upon the death of Evelyn in 2007 (her husband Noah predeceased her) This endowment will provide funds for scholarships in perpetuity.

Community Support

Community Support Awards totaled $31,425. These awards are given from the money we raised each year through the Golf Tournament, Major Raffle and other volunteer fundraising activities.

These awards went for youth camperships, youth and elderly programs, youth music & arts, and other civic and community programs. Guidelines for requesting donations can be found here on the website.

Special Board Donations for Community Support

The Arell gift noted above also resulted in creation of the Arell Community Support Fund endowment. This allows the Club, through member support and Board approval, to award larger requests that meet the needs in our community.

Last year these Special Community Support Awards totaled $140,000 to the Veterans Heritage Learning Center - NH Veterans Cemetery Association in Boscawen, the winter shelter project at the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness and the Capital Center for the Arts which plans to develop a new theatre on Main Street.

       

 

Concord Student Wins District 4-Way Speech Contest

We hold a 4 Way Test Speech Contest in the spring of each Rotary year.   This past year Skylar Mathews, a senior at Concord High, won first place from among more than 20 competitors at our local club contest to earn the $500 prize. Skylar went  all the way to the District Conference in Burlington, VT, from a series of qualifying contests, and won the grand prize for an additional $650!

This experience helps young people gain confidence with public speaking.   We have had high school students from Home Schoolers, Concord High, Bishop Brady High, Concord Christian, Merrimack Valley High and Pembroke Academy participate in the contest.

Parks Clean Up

Our Club maintains three parks in the Concord area, one at Sewalls Falls, one at Makee Square and the other at the corner of Main and Loudon Road.  With the motto “many hands make light work” the Club members even have fun cleaning up!
 

 

 

Friendly Kitchen

The Rotary Club of Concord has been a strong supporter of the Friendly Kitchen for the past several years. We serve one dinner every month and serve in the breakfast rotation in the cold winter months. Again, this service provides for more fun for the members of this active club.

"Pembroke Pines Country Club is hands down one of the best Public Access Golf Courses in the region"
 

The Club held another successful tournament this year, in spite of a few drops of rain.  This is a major fund raiser for us with all the proceeds benefiting local scholarship recipients and organizations serving the needy among us.

Our thanks to all the sponsors, led by Merrimack County Savings Bank, NHTI, Unitil, Rumford Stone and Orr & Reno.  To Alan's of Boscawen who once again provided (and donated!) a great lunch.

And a special thanks to all who participated as golfers or volunteers.  See you next year.

 

 

 
Purchase 10 Lunch Tickets for $170 with a Credit Card. Just click on the "Buy Now" button and you will be taken to the PayPal website. Look for "Don't have a PayPal Account" and click on it. Your 10 tickets will be at the cashier at the next meeting.
 

 
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We are just under 100 members strong and we meet every Tuesday at Beaver Meadow Golf Course. 
 
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Officers, Directors and Committees
President
President - Elect
Vice President
Immediate Past President
Secretay
Treasurer
Sergeant-at-Arms
Director - Community Service Projects
Director - Fundraising
Director - Marketing
Director - Membership
Director - Weekly Duties
Director - Youth Service
Chair - Community Support
Chair - Investment Committee
Chair - Rotary Foundation
Chair - Speakers & Programs
Chair - Website
Chair - PR/Marketing Chair
Chair - Recruitment/Orientation
 
 
 
Programs
Chris Brown
Nov 20, 2018
Black Ice/New Skate House White's Park
Mark Ciborowski, Phoenix Hall
Nov 27, 2018
Evening Social at Phoenix Hall 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
TBD
Dec 04, 2018
Club Assembly
Dec 11, 2018
No Speaker Club Assembly
Holly Hale, Goodlife Senior Center
Dec 18, 2018
Goodlife Senior Center
Christmas Day
Dec 25, 2018
No Meeting Christmas Day
New Year's Day No Meeting
Jan 01, 2019
No Meeting New Year's Day
 
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