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Service Above Self

We meet 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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The Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary Club and the Conant Interact Club will be hosting a First Responder Dinner on January 30.
Fellow Rotarians,
Once again, we do not have a morning meeting this week.  Our meeting is the First Responders Dinner at the Jaffrey VFW on Thursday, January 30th.  The dinner begins at 5:00 pm.  From Andy: “The Club Members should plan to show-up around 5:00pm. If they could focus on mingling and interacting with the guests, this would be great. I really want the Club to be on hand at 6:30pm to support 'The Monadnock Blend' and young Mr. Raymond. There will be opportunities to assist with clearing tables, dishes, serving and general clean-up.”  Please come and show your support for our first responders.
Thank you to everyone that participated in the Community Supper at the United Church of Jaffrey last week.  A big thank you goes out to Sheila Bergeron for organizing the event.  The effort award goes to Bob Schaumann for almost knocking himself out making pasta.  We will have a fundraiser to replace the range hood he dented.
Have you ever seen a Football Signing Day?  Now you have a chance.  Franklin Pierce Football Coach and fellow Rotarian, Russell Gaskamp, is inviting you to attend the FPU Signing Day at the Shattuck on February 5th at 6:30 pm.  The following link contains more information:
Have a great week, and see you on Thursday evening!
Service Above Self
One Profits Most Who Serves Best
Photographs courtesy of Bill Raymond 
Rotary Supports January the Monthly Community Supper at the United Church of Jaffrey
Quite a few Rotarians came out to help with the monthly Community Supper that is held at the United Church of Jaffrey.  Over the three hours that the Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary Club was there cooking pasta, setting things up, washing dishes, and a host of other activities, over a dozen Rotarians came down to help.  This "candid" picture shows those Rotarians that were there at the end.  Spirits were high and everyone had a good time!  Thanks to all who came down to help!
Interactors Provided Great Support
No fewer than a half-dozen Interactors from Conant High School came down to help at the United Church of Jaffrey Community Supper.  Serving food, baking desert (the Cannoli spread was "to die for"), setting up, or you-name-it, they did a great job!!
Rotary's Joe Manning Washed A Lot of Dishes 
We wonder if Joe Manning does this at home, but we didn't ask Marcie.
Dishwashers Emeritus
Rotarians Bruce Edwards, Andy Lawn, and Joe Manning did the brunt of the dishwashing chores.  Nearly 50 local citizens showed up at the Community Supper and enjoyed a tasty American Chop Suey dinner with salad, garlic bread, and desert.  Not a dish was dropped -- good work, guys!
Saint Sheila Bergeron??
Don't look now, but has Sheila Bergeron become a saint?  The metal halo surrounding her head sure suggests that this is the case! I suppose it all depends on how you look at it!  After all, we were in a CHURCH.

Camp BEST, Our Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary Club’s summer camp is now busy planning for its tenth and final year. Nine years ago, when the Club started the camp with its partners the SAU47 and Franklin Pierce University, it was our hope and plan to run it for ten years with the expectation that some other local organization would take up the concept and carry it on. While that has not happened yet, we are optimistic that this valuable and needed program will find a new home.

This year we will again hold camp from 8:30 AM to 3 PM on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursdays during the month of July beginning July 6. We look forward to your continued much needed needed support  of our local kids to make this our best camp year ever! .

2010 -2020 ...10 years, hundreds of middle school children participating, over $350,000 raised for this award winning program, and YOU, our volunteers. 

With gratitude, 

Tonya Albee, Rotary chairperson 

Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Vice President
International Director
Membership Director
Youth Services Director
Immediate Past President
Public Relations
Membership Chair
Youth Exchange
Community Service
International Service
Camp BEST Director
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