Dear fellow Rotarians,
Today is the most important election of our lifetimes. Vote, VOTE, VOTE!!!
There will be no meeting this Thursday, November 5th; I don’t want to deal with hangovers or depression.  We will take a week off.  However the Board will meet at the Cathedral of the Pines, Wednesday, November 4th, at 8:00am.  Bring your mask and coffee.

All is well in this neck of the woods; keep your distance and wear protective gear. Get ready for ski season by waxing your skis at Lahout’s, the oldest ski shop in America, located in Littleton, New Hampshire.
A Rotarian in service,
P.S. Bill Driscoll and Stephanie Porter need our prayers for a speedy recovery.  If Bill Driscoll didn’t vote absentee, can someone volunteer to drive him to the polls?
Picture courtesy of President Jed Brummer
Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary Donates Masks to Town of Rindge
Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary President Jed Brummer recently attended the Rotary District 7870 Million Mask distribution in Concord, part of a New England Rotary program to distribute some one million masks to first responders and other critical personnel in Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.  Receiving some of these masks as part of District 7870's share is Rindge Town Administrator Sue Gravell and Rindge Police Chief (and Jaffrey-Rindge Rotarian) Dan Anair.