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Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 7:15 AM
Franklin Pierce University
Dining Area (Back Meeting room)
Spagnuolo Hall
Rindge, NH 03461
United States of America
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Hi Fellow Rotarians,
Our next meeting of the Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary Club will be on Thursday, September 28th, at 7:15am, at Franklin Pierce University. We will continue to explore options for our 2023/2024 Rotary projects, and have had positive interest/feedback on the five projects we recently outlined.
Our Rotary Club will sponsor a Monadnock International Film Festival (MONIFF) film event on the evening of October 1st at the Park Theater in Jaffrey. The film is “Join or Die,” which centers on America’s civic unraveling through the journey of local scientist, Robert Putnam.  There will be a social hour from 6:00pm to 7:15pm, with the movie starting at 7:30PM.  Tickets are $10.00. Bring family and friends, as the more the merrier.  Dress will be business casual.
Our October 5th meeting next week finds Vache Hambardzumyan, MD, PhD, joining us as our guest speaker. He is an orthopedic surgeon at Monadnock Community Hospital (MCH), and he will give a short presentation about the world of orthopedic and spinal surgery. He will be accompanied by Lee Ann Moore Clark, the Philanthropy and Community Relations Manager at MCH.
With Halloween upcoming, we have several Rotarians who volunteered to help with the "Scarecrow on the Commons" on the front lawn of the Jaffrey Clay Library on Saturday morning, October 7th, from 10am to Noon; we need three afternoon volunteers for the Noon to 2pm shift, so please let us know who you are on Thursday.
Proposed Rotary Projects for 2023/2024, as mentioned above, are listed here.  Bob Schaumann will briefly update everyone on the proposed after school program at Thursday's meeting.
1.      Russ Gaskamp - overnight warming shelter for homeless through his Peterborough Church
2.     Bill Raymond - Convert former welcome center/gazebo site to a pollinator garden; tidy up & weed whack around signs coming into Jaffrey & Rindge
3.     Bob Schaumann - After school program at Camp Monadnock
4.     Andy Lawn - Community meal
5.     John McCarthy - GOT LUNCH/School Nutrition Program (part of the David Griffin Class of 1973 initiative)  
5.     Harold Davis - Coat Drive; Bird seed sales
6.     Rudra Aryal - Discussion with JRMS/Conant Students on Science and Math
Yours in Service,
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Vice President
Immediate Past President