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Welcome to The Dover Rotary

The Rotary Club of Dover, NH, offers opportunities for our members — and those interested in making a difference — to get involved. Through meetings, social events, and volunteer projects, our members learn about the issues facing our community and communities all over the world, partnering with local, national, and global experts to exchange ideas about potential solutions and to draw up action plans to respond. Along with these opportunities to serve, members also are able to regularly network, resulting in lifelong friendships and business connections.

Our club is a proud part of this community and of Rotary International. Rotary is a global network of more than 1.2 million members who believe that great things happen when dedicated minds come together. We are community and business leaders representing different professions, experiences, and perspectives but with a shared desire to connect with others to address the challenges affecting our community and communities around the world.

Home Page Stories

The Rotary Club of Dover created this fabulous Holiday tree with our Rotarians for the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce 9th Annual Festival of Trees. It was not only fun, but it was amazing to see our Rotarians come together over the past month to plan out the tree in methodical detail. For the Rotary Literacy Dr. Seuss tree we gathered books, toys, ornaments, tree topper, tree skirt, and the Little Free Library. We worked hard to make this Holiday tree a tree that someone would auction on and enjoy. A beautiful Holiday tree.

DOVER — The Rotary Club of Dover donated $15,000 to Community Action Partner-ship of Strafford County for its new HeadStart/Early Start playground and led a Rotary District Grant process that resulted in additional funding; $5,000 in a Rotary District Grant, a $2,000 donation from the Rochester Rotary Club and another $2,000 donation from the Durham/Great Bay Rotary Club.
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A group of volunteers from the Rotary Club of Dover, NH, spent a recent Satur-day morning planting flowers in the Rotary Garden at Henry Law Park. In support of the City of Dover, Dover Rotarians have wielded shovels, rakes and a good dose of enthusi-asm to create a beautiful vista for all visitors to Dover’s summer attraction.

Rotary Meets Dover Mounted Patrol

From their saddles, high above the gathered Rotarians, Mounted Patrol Officers Michelle Murch and Joe Caproni told the story of two amazing animals, their intense training, and the volunteers/donors who make this 20-year old program a staple in downtown Dover.

Officer Murch noted the mounted patrol provides a positive police presence in Dover. They regularly visit homeless locations, checking for those who need extra help, offering many of the services available from the city. Officer Caproni said this was one of the hardest parts of their jobs - finding people who are not making good decisions. They do what they can. They also give out tickets while on patrol.

The Rotary Club of Dover would like to thank Officers Murch and Caproni for taking the time out of the schedule to meet with us and explain what a great resource the Dover Mounted is to the community.

         Meeting Time and Location:  Wednesday, 12:15 PM at 121 Broadway.  Dover, NH


2018-2019 Officers & Directors

President: Noreen Biehl

President Elect: Melissa Lesniak

Secretary: Marion Cheney

Treasurer: Ken Plante

Club Protection Officer: Gregg Dowty

Past President: Michael Rennebu

Sargeant At Arms: Gregg Dowty

Directors: Kevin Raymond, Tony Demers, Malcolm McNeill, Ron Richard

Rotary Club of Dover

PO Box 1801, Dover, NH 03821-1801

Rotary District 7780 Club # 6323


Website: www.doverrotaryclub.com

District website: www.rotary7780.org

Rotary International: www.rotary.org Rotary Leadership Institute: www.rlinia.org




The Rotary Club of Dover, New Hampshire meets every Wednesday at 12:15 at 121 Broadway in Dover. Visiting Rotarians, guests of Rotarians and future Rotarians are always welcome. 

ROTARY brings together a global network of volunteer leaders who dedicate their time and talent to tackle the world's most pressing humanitarian challenges.  ROTARY connects 1.2 million members from more than 200 countries and geographical areas.  Their work impacts lives at both the local and international levels, from helping families in need in their own communities to working toward a polio-free world.