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

The Milford Rotary Club recently honored and presented George Sklavounos, the owner of Giorgio’s Ristorante & Meze Bar and Giorgio’s Ristorante & Martini Bar with the prestigious Paul Harris Award for his service to their annual 100 Holes of Golf in One Day fundraiser.  Year after year, George has selflessly donated his time and delicious food for the dinner at this annual event.  Event Co-chair Marc Chareth shared the following, “George has really gotten behind this event which has evolved into our Rotary Club's most important and successful fundraiser.  George and his team from Giorgio's have fed our volunteers and many hungry golfers each year for over 10 years now at our post tournament banquet.  We can't thank him enough for his continued support.”  Pictured below - 100 Holes of Golf Committee Members and Past Club Presidents, John Siemienowicz (left) and Marc Chareth (right) present George Sklavounos with his Paul Harris Award. Photo courtesy of Stan Kankowski.
 
 
 

 
 
This spring, Milford Rotary welcomed two new members - Jane Stewart and Dick Cutter!
 
 
Many thanks to Allise de Smet and Tim Finan for the photos.
 
 

 
 

The 2015 Interscholastic Interview Competition wrapped up on Thursday evening with a reception at Hampshire Hills. The purpose of the competition is to help prepare students for real world interviews by building confidence and skills through feedback from a panel of judges.

Pictured below, flanking the winners, are Club President Rick Boyd and Committee Chairman Mike Rasmussen, and from left to right the winners were Jillian Day (1st Place - Tie), Zandra Morris (3rd Place), Alexander "AJ" Smith (2nd Place) and Samantha Lees (1st Place - Tie). Jillian and Zandra attend Wilton-Lyndeborough Coop High School, and AJ and Samantha attend Milford High School.

 

 
 

Milford Rotarians, lead by Coach Knott, raised $4875 for the Greater Nashua & Salem Big Brothers Big Sisters organization!  The 2015 Bowl For Kids’ Sake event on May 14th was a fun time of fellowship, bowling and helping a great local charity.  According to Paula Telage, the team’s head cheerleader, “We are the champions! We did it and won by a landslide!” Other Rotary clubs participating this year included Hollis/Brookline, Nashua West, Nashua and the Happy Hour Club. Although final dollar and pin numbers are pending, it looks like this was another great success for the Bigs and Littles! Below is a photo of our 2015 bowling  team and their supporters courtesy of Stan Kankowski.

 

 

 

 
 
Below the infamous  "Wait....What?" photographer, Mike Rasmussen,  shares links to his photos from the 100 Holes Kick-Off event and this year's Senior BBQ.  Enjoy!
 
Click Here for photos of the 100 Holes Kick-Off Luncheon @ Giorgio's including the PHF presentation to George Sklavounos for his many years of 100 Holes and community support.
 
 
If Rotary committees need copies of any of these photos for future publicity or outreach, please contact Mike.
 

 
 
Another first Wednesday in May, another great success for the Milford Rotary Club's 37th annual Chicken BBQ for area senior citizens. 
 
Thanks to the enthusiastic leadership of May Balsama and her co-chair Paul Wydra, this community service event was fun filled from start to finish for Rotarians and their guests,  As May wrote, the commitment and dedication of so many club members and volunteers made this longstanding annual event "work like a well-oiled machine".
 
Over 240 senior citizens from across the Souhegan Valley region were treated to a fabulous chicken barbeque featuring some fantastic salads from The Yankee Chef and those always delicious brownies from Frederick's Pastries.  All around terrific help and entertainment were provided by students from Souhegan High School and their advisors Lesli Rendall and Maggie Paul. Another highlight of the luncheon were the wonderful door prizes raffled off thanks to the generosity of Shaw's Supermarket, Moulton's Market, The Garden Party, The House by the Side of the Road, Bedford Fields, and JM Princewell.
 
    
 

 
 

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