Posted by Marion Cheney, Secretary on Feb 24, 2017

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

         

2016-2017 Officers & Directors

President: Michael Rennebu

President Elect: Noreen Biehl

Secretary: Marion Cheney

Treasurer: Ken Plante

Club Protection Officer: Gregg Dowty

Past President: Rick Aubin

Sargeant At Arms: Jim Munro

Directors: Jessica Cobb, Norman Heine Ute Luxem, Malcolm McNeill,   Matt Sylvia 

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

 

 

 

                

       UPCOMING PROGRAMS:

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 30TH, KELLIE FIERS CLASSIFICATION TALK

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6TH, CAROLYN JOHNSON INDIA INTERNATIONAL PROJECT

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13TH ERIC HAGMAN DOVER FIRE CHIEF

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20TH  ELIZABETH WORBOYS BURR GREAT BAY SERVICES

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27TH CHANGE OVER

WEDNESDAY, JULY 4TH  NO MEETING

WEDNESDAY, JULY 11TH  2018/2019 PRESIDENT NOREEN BIEHL DEBUT

WEDNESDAY, JULY 18TH JOHN STORER CLASSIFICATION

WEDNESDAY, JULY 25TH 

            

       

       

 

    

 

 

       

        

          

District Governor:  Dave Underhill, Portsmouth NH

President Rotary International:  Ian H.S. Risely

One Rotary Center       1560 Sherman Avenue  Evanston, IL 60201 www.rotary.org            847-866-3000

 

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THE FOUR WAY TEST

 

 Of the things we think, say or do:

 

1. Is it the TRUTH?

 

2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?

 

3. Will it build GOODWILL & BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?

 

4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

 

 THE OBJECT OF ROTARY

 

            Is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and foster:

 

1. The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service

 

2. High ethical standards in business and professions; the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations; and the dignifying of each Rotarian's occupation as an opportunity to serve society.

 

The application of the ideal of service in each Rotarian's personal, business and community life.

 

 

 

MAKE UP OPPORTUNITIES 

 

Monday:

 

            Exeter                          Exeter Inn                     12:15 PM

 

            Rochester                     Governor's Inn              12:15 PM

 

            Wells, ME                     The Bull "N Claw          7:30 AM

 

Tuesday:

 

            Concord                        Cat 'n Fiddle Restaurant 12:15 PM

 

            Hampton                       Ashworth By the Sea    7:30 AM

 

            Kittery, ME                   Kittery Estates              7:30 AM

 

            Kittery After Hours       Weathervane                5:00 PM

 

Wednesday:

 

            Biddeford-Saco, ME      Captain's Gallery Rest.  12:15 PM

 

            Durham Great Bay        Madbury Fire Department     7:30 AM

 

            Ogunquit, ME                The Old Village Inn       12 noon

 

Thursday:

 

            Kennebunk, ME            Boat Yard Restaurant    12:15 PM

 

            Seacoast Rotary                        Portsmouth Gas Light    7:30 AM

 

            Portsmouth                   Portsmouth Country Club           12:15 PM

 

            Sanford-Springvale, ME Town Club@Fleet Bank            7:30 AM

 

            South Berwick/Eliot, ME            SB Community Center   7:15 AM

 

Friday:

 

            Bow                             Trinity Tavern               7:30 AM

 

            Portland, ME                 Portland Club                7:15 AM

 

            York                             York Harbor Inn           7:30 AM

 

 Make-up on the web:  www.roti.org or www.rotaryeclubone.org

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