Rotary Club of Milford, NH

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Milford Rotary Club

Milford

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
Milford Community House
5 Union St. ~ P.O. Box 618
Milford, NH  03055
United States
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Milford Rotary Stories

 
 Harold "Bud" King, a member of the Milford Rotary Club from 1977 until 2012, passed away on March 12th. Always a faithful Rotarian, in recent years health problems interfered with Bud's ability to take up his usual seat at Table 2. As seen in the photo below, whenever possible he would drop by a meeting or a Rotary event to share in the fellowship. He was a Paul Harris Fellow. Bud was known for his infectious smile and quick wit, his "love" of people, and his positive outlook despite many challenges. No matter where he was, “everyone” knew who Bud was! He would greet everyone with a broad smile and frequently an  "I Love You" followed by his great laugh. If you were lucky, you received one of Bud's handmade, brass head canes. Our thoughts and prayers are with Bud's wife Phyllis and the entire King Family. For more information, please visit the Davis Funeral Home's website by Clicking Here. 
 
 
 
 

 
 

If you missed NH Chronicle's feature on CASA's 15th annual Snowfest and snow golf tournament on Wednesday evening, it is now available to watch online (link below). Milford Rotary's Swamp Rats are featured quite prominently! Bravo to all who participated - great cause to support and, as always, wonderful Rotary-style fellowship!  http://www.wmur.com/…/wednesday-february-18th-snow…/31381292

 

 
 

By Chris Davidson, Rotary Club of Newport News, Virginia 

(Downloaded 2/23/15 from the THE LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE DISTRICT BULLETIN February 2015)

I attended the first ever Rotary Young Professionals Summit held in Chicago on 26-27 September, which gathered 30 Rotarians under the age of 40 to discuss how Rotary can better attract and engage young professionals.

The summit was a huge success and thoroughly captured the essence of what Millennials and members of Generation Y are looking for  mentorship, friendship, opportunities, and fun. One of my Rotary mentors, past RI Vice President Anne L. Matthews, who I had worked with on district membership projects, had encouraged me to apply.

 
 
 

Light Up Rotary!

You've heard the phrase and seen the  logo......Any idea what it all means? Continue to the next page to read RI President Gary C K. Huang's call to arms

 
 
 

Here is a link to RI's first e-club: http://rotaryeclubone.org/

Here is a link to the Rotary e-club of Southwest USA: http://www.recswusa.org/

Here is a link to the RI club search page: https://www.rotary.org/en/search/club-finder

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

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