Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary Club

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Jaffrey-Rindge

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:15 AM
Franklin Pierce University
Dining Area (Back Meeting room)
Rindge, NH  03461
United States
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Our April 19th speaker was Dr. Todd Daugherty who spoke on osteoporosis and fractures, along with recommendations as to how to easily avoid them.  Todd is a Rotarian from Keene and has been supportive of Rotary since he was a Rotary Exchange Student as a high school student.  His talk struck a chord with many of those I talked to after the meeting who found the subject relevant and the message clear.
 
Alexis Kulczyk was our club's April Student of the Month.  The award was announced at our April 19th meeting. The picture below shows Alexis with the award, flanked by her proud parents, Amy and Jonathan.
 
 
Hi Fellow Rotarians,
 
We meet Thursday at Franklin Pierce University.  Sheila Bergeron has the Invocation.
 
Governor Sununu's office suggests that July 26th will be the day that he will be coming to our Camp BEST breakfast meeting, according to Paul Collins, our interface in Concord.  Assuming that date is set in concrete, the Governor will address the Club Membership and then see for himself how Camp BEST operates.  For those unable to make the previous two meetings, the "QUEST" name has been changed so as to not impinge on the trademarked "Camp Quest" that is in Virginia.  
 
Thursday's guest speaker, Dr. Todd Daugherty, will share insights for Rotarians on osteoporosis and fractures, along with recommendations as to how to avoid that which occurs in many as they grow older.  Should be very educational and informative.
 
We will also recognize our Student of the Month, Alexis Kulczyk, a Fifth Grader at the Rindge Memorial School, who will be joined by her proud parents, Amy and Jonathan.
 
For those interested in our Nicaraguan project with the Leon Rotary, an important meeting will take place at Parker's Coffee House on Friday, April 20th, at 8:30am.  If participation in our international efforts interest you, please join us!
 
See you on Thursday!
 
Yours in Service,
 
bob
 
 
Deborah Thurber, Founder and Director of Project Shakespeare, shared her reflections as to how the Rotary donation will help with sending several of the young thespians to England in August, where they have been invited by The Royal Shakespeare Company to perform at their outdoor theatre, The Dell, in Stratford-upon-Avon.
 
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