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Pictured Top Row Left to Right:  2020-2021 President; Bob Hamilton, Immediate Past President;Tressa Northrup and Kathy Flygare  
Middle Row: Rotary Foundation Chair; Maureen Pecora, Secretary; Michele Buxtn, President Elect; Burt Dibble
Bottom Row: Jim Rolston, Treasurer; Mark Pendleton and Rachael Ela
 
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The Exeter Rotary Club has been a non-profit member of our Exeter Area Community since 1959. Rotary is one of the largest international humanitarian service organizations in the world, with more than 1.2 million Rotary members worldwide. Rotary joins leaders from all continents, cultures and occupations. Rotarians exchange ideas, bringing their expertise and diverse perspectives to help solve some the world’s toughest problems, like the eradication of polio. Rotarians take action to bring lasting change in their communities around the world. The Exeter Rotary Club conducts many community projects and supports local non-profits who’s work benefits those that live and work in Exeter area.
 
The Exeter community is an incredibly special place. There are people here that want to continue to see this community thrive; in business, education, socially and artistically. When you have an idea that will make progress in Exeter, there is a group of people ready to get behind you and make it happen.   
 
The Exeter Rotary Club meets virtually each Monday via Zoom. We welcome established professionals wanting to make positive changes in the Exeter community and around the world. Meetings are open to the public. If you are interested in attending, or learning more about our Club please contact exeternhrotary@gmail.com.
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Club President, Bob Hamilton, donated 2500 masks to the following community partners:
SAU 16 - 1600; Exeter YMCA - 500; St Vincent de Paul - 200; Seacoast Family Promise- 200 masks
 
Bob Hamilton, President of the Exeter Rotary Club presenting 1600 masks to Rusty Lyster, Director of Facilities SAU16
 
Prices are:
Apples - $8.00 for 1/2 peck
Donuts - $10/dozen, $1.00 each
Apple puffs and strudels - $3.00 each
Cider - $2.00 for 1 pint, $5.00 for 1/2 gallon

Cash or checks accepted.

The Exeter Rotary Club held eight training days for the Inspiring Hope Scholarship students. Thanks to the generous donations during the 2018 Exeter Rotary Auction 24 students have received recovery coach worker training and 11 have taken all the courses to qualify to test for certification. Scholarship recipients are from Exeter Police, Good Samaritans, student counselors from SAU 16, family members of people with substance use disorder, people in recovery, SOS recovery centers, sober houses, community centers and recovery friendly workplace programs. 
 
It has been a remarkable experience getting to know these very motivated people with a passion to help those suffering with substance use disorder. Each attendee brought stories that led them to these classes. It might have been their own recovery, those of family or friends or because of their work. The group and environment allowed for honest and humble sharing. It is anticipated that they will spread the knowledge they received like a pebble rippling in a pond and the effects of it will support recovery initiatives for years to come. 
 
Kathy Flygare Past President, 2018-2019
 
We are so excited to have the opportunity to serve at the Special Olympic State Summer Games this Friday! It's always a joy to see the delighted faces and warm smiles of the athletes and their families. We'll be serving food at UNH Boulder Field from 4:00 - 7:30pm. Please stop by to see us.
 

The Exeter Rotary Club is pleased to announce the availability of scholarships to help students of all ages further their education.  Proceeds from the annual apple sale fund the scholarships totaling $5000.00 that will be awarded as follows:

  • Two Exeter High School students will each receive $1,000
  • Two Seacoast School of Technology students will each receive $1,000
  • Exeter Adult Education will receive $1,000 to help students defray education costs
The apple sale fundraiser has been a staple of Exeter Rotary’s commitment to the community for decades. In the 20+ years the sale has taken place over $60,000 in scholarships have been awarded to students of Exeter High School, the Seacoast School of Technology and Exeter Adult Education. Over the years, the dollar amount of the scholarships has increased in consideration of the rising costs of education. 
 

The Exeter Rotary Club has been a non-profit member of our Exeter Area Community since 1959.   Rotary is one of the largest international humanitarian service organizations in the world, with more than 1.2 million Rotary members worldwide. Rotary promotes peace and international understanding through its educational and humanitarian programs.  In addition to providing thousands of dollars in scholarships to deserving students from local high school systems, the Exeter Rotary Club conducts many community projects and supports local non-profits who’s work benefits those that live and work in Exeter area.  

To make a donation for a Scholarship please remit to Exeter Rotary, PO Box 861, Exeter, NH 03833.

The Rotary Club of Exeter is excited to welcome Mark Harrison, Lois Kfoury, Alex Turek, Deb Vasapoli as new members. We are proud to include you in our Rotary family and look forward to working with you as we tackle community problems together.
 
Seacoast School of Technology Interns with Kathy Flygare, Exeter Rotary President.
The Exeter Rotary Club is very appreciative for the insightful Marketing Proposal presented by the students. 
 
All are welcome to come learn about state and local initiatives for substance use treatment and recovery

 
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Exeter

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:15 PM
Christ Church
43 Pine Street
Exeter, NH 03833
United States of America
We meet the first Tuesday and third Tuesday at 12:15pm.
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