This week, President Paul Brochu issued a bounty for the Eagle atop the flag stand. It's been missing for a while, so if anyone has seen it, please let us know! 
 
We welcomed PRHS Director of Student Services Tanya Orlando who shared her history and love of the Pemi Baker Region, and the growing Extended Learning Opportunities that will assist in allowing our youth to find their passion and learn real-world skills. If you or someone you know is interested in partnering with PRHS to provide this opportunity to a student, 3-4 hours a week please reach out!
 
Chair Sara Holland noted we have only a couple weeks left to sell tickets before our Christmas in July Raffle winners are drawn! The streetside sales schedule is up, and the flyer and Wheelchair Project brochure went out by email to all members. We have 1000 tickets to sell, and our individual responsibility covers less than 300 - so lets sell some tickets!
 
Upcoming:
 
Tomorrow - Plymouth United Methodist Church is having a fundraiser dinner - $8pp from 5-6:30 pm
Next Wed DG Richard Fox will be here - it's sure to be engaging!
Next Friday Board Meeting at ECP at 7 am. 
July 21st is Newfound Audobon's 50th Anniversary, join them from 4-6pm
July 24th is our Concert on the Common @ the Amphitheatre - We will draw for the Xmas In July Winners!
August 21st is the Club's Picnic at the Lake - Courtesy of Ken & Jenny 
October 18th is the Pemi Baker LIteracy Spelling Bee - See Ben to sign up to be on the team!
Penny Sale - Its never too early to start getting donations!
 
 
 
 
Morning Meeting Recap July 10 Sara Holland 2019-07-12 04:00:00Z 0
Posted by Kathy Kearns

"Friends of the Pemi" Win Spirit of NH Award

 
Plymouth, New Hampshire –  Volunteers from the “Friends of the Pemi” – Livermore Falls Chapter were delighted to be recognized for their service by New Hampshire State Parks at the 15th Annual Spirit of New Hampshire Awards, sponsored by Volunteer NH. President of the Friends of the Pemi, Ken Evans (who is also current President of the Plymouth Rotary Club), accepted the award at the Capital Center for the Arts in Concord surrounded by other staunch members of the volunteer group and members of the NH Division of Parks and Recreation.
NH State Parks Recognizes "Friends of the Pemi" with Spirit of NH Service Award Kathy Kearns 2017-11-19 05:00:00Z 0
President Ken opened the meeting by introducing our two guests: Brenda McKenzie and Angel Ekstrom, our guest speaker.
 
Ken then spoke about the importance of volunteering, not just for the savings generated in labor costs, but perhaps more importantly the good feelings, personal growth, self esteem, the joy of working with others, making a difference in the lives of others, and so much more that comes with volunteering.  So why don't we invite others to join with us in our volunteer activities?
 
Ken went down the list of upcoming activities: the Fun Fair this Saturday, the "Christmas in July" drawing on the 22nd on The Common, our cooking for the Wednesday evening program at the Amphitheater on August 2nd, and the picnic at Ken's on the 9th.
 
Bill Clark encouraged us all to go the the Sign Up Genius and take a few slots to sell tickets for Christmas in July.
 
There's a special benefit event for the Holderness Historical Society being held this Saturday, July 15th, at Tannenruh, the former home of John Nicolay, Abraham Lincoln's personal secretary.  Paintings by Helen Nicolay that had been stored under a bed (some for over 50 years) will be on display.  Tickets are $25.
 
Moe reminded everyone about "The Story Walk" next to the Holderness Historical Society...a great place to take kids for sure!
 
Following our regular meeting on July 26th, we've been invited to a special Open House at the Bridge House as a "Thank You" for our Club's donation to the Hospice Unit.
 
Next week, one of our Scholarship Students, Sabrina Tedeschi will present a program and we will hear from some of our RYLA students as well.
 
Paul Brochu introduced our speaker, Angel Ekstrom, Public Health Emergency Preparedness Coordinator for Central New Hampshire, who gave us an overview of how our area will respond to some sort of Public Health Threat.  Staffing the various responses to any incident may take as many as 160-170 volunteers.  If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Angel at 238-3582 or aekstrom@midstatehealth.org.
 
Joni won the 50/50 and Angel did not pull the right card....so we live to draw again at next week's meeting!!!
 
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PRHS Graduates Awarded Rotary Scholarships Kathy Kearns 2017-06-12 04:00:00Z 0
Plymouth Rotary Rabies Clinic Sara Maffei 2017-03-06 05:00:00Z 0
Its that wonderful time of year again...Christmas in July! 
Buy your tickets here with Pay Pal, or from one of your favorite Rotary Pals. 
We only sell 1000 tickets, so you have a great chance!  Support your local club and buy your tickets now while they last!
The drawing will be held at our breakfast meeting on July 27th.  Thank you for your support!
 
Christmas in July Sharon Thorne 2016-07-13 00:00:00Z 0
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Plymouth Rotary Holds 65th Annual Penny Sale
Each year, the Plymouth Rotary holds its popular Penny Sale fund-raiser in support of scholarships for Plymouth Regional High School students.  This year, the 65th Annual Penny Sale will be held on Saturday, November 7th starting at 7 PM at the Plymouth Regional High School, and entry to the event is free.   
Plymouth Rotary 65th Annual Penny Sale Sharon Thorne 2015-10-22 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Kathy Kearns on May 05, 2015
Thanks to two new grants to the Circle Program, one from the Plymouth Rotary Club and one from the New Hampshire Electric Co-op, a new Phase II collaboration between PAREI (the Plymouth Area Renewable Energy Initiative) and Circle will take place in the summer of 2015.
Plymouth Rotary Club Funds Phase II of “Lights On!” Kathy Kearns 2015-05-06 00:00:00Z 0
Plymouth Rotary Club Inducts Tony Fitzherbert Kathy Kearns 2015-04-15 00:00:00Z 0
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Harsh winter weather conditions have canceled many community activities, but the weather hasn’t stopped the forward motion of the “Friends of the Pemi” as the group continues its efforts to improve Livermore Falls and the areas along the Pemigewasset River corridor.  Plymouth Rotarians, Ken Evans and Walter Johnson, Co-chairs of the “Friends,” have continued to meet with state officials from DRED, along with other concerned citizens, and the Co-chairs gave the Plymouth Rotary Club an update on recent progress on the project
 
 
Plymouth Rotarians Update Club on “Friends of the Pemi” Kathy Kearns 2015-03-04 00:00:00Z 0
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Plymouth Rotary Holds 64th Annual Penny Sale
Each year, the Plymouth Rotary holds its popular Penny Sale fund-raiser in support of scholarships for Plymouth Regional High School students.  This year, the 64th Annual Penny Sale will be held on Saturday, November 1st starting at 7 PM at the Plymouth Regional High School, and entry to the event is free.         
Plymouth Rotary Holds 64th Annual Penny Sale Sara Maffei 2014-10-20 00:00:00Z 0
PAREI features Rotary amphitheater solar panel project Steve Rand 2014-10-09 00:00:00Z 0
Penny Sale Ticket Sales Signup Sara Maffei 2014-09-03 00:00:00Z 0
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Do you want a chance to win a basket full of scratch tickets? Find your nearest Rotarian and buy a raffle ticket! Only $10 a piece, there are only 1000 tickets sold with the drawing to be held July 23rd. Read more for details.
 
Christmas In July Raffle! Sara Maffei 2014-06-16 00:00:00Z 0
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As the snow rapidly melts and the rain comes down, the rivers rise and our beautiful valley takes on a much different feel. Here are a few shots taken by Sharon Thorne of our lovely Rotary Amphitheatre as a result of yesterdays flood waters.
April 2014 Flood Sara Maffei 2014-04-17 00:00:00Z 0
Skatepark of Plymouth has Plymouth Rotary and Alex Ray Support Kathleen Kearns 2013-03-19 00:00:00Z 0
2012-2013 Scholarship Winners Update the Plymouth Rotary Kathleen Kearns 0
Plymouth Rotarian Receives Highest Award from Meredith Rotarian Kathleen Kearns 0
Plymouth Rotary Club helps launch the “Friends of the Pemi” Kathleen Kearns 0