LITTLETON ROTARY CLUB          

           In The Heart Of New Hampshire's White Mountains 

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Littleton

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
Topic of the Town Restaurant
25 Main Street
Littleton, NH  03561
United States
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Mark Your Calendars Now For.....
LITTLETON ROTARY'S 50th ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP AUCTION

MAY 8, 2015

WHERE:   THE CRYSTAL BALLROOM OF THE MOUNTAIN VIEW GRAND HOTEL IN WHITEFIELD
 
WHEN:  THE EVENING OF FRIDAY, MAY 8, 2015
 
WHAT:  A VERY SPECIAL EVENT FEATURING LIVE AND SILENT AUCTIONS OF MORE THAN 200 GENEROUSLY DONATED ITEMS,  
TASTY REFRESHMENTS, AND GREAT FUN.
  
WHY:  OUR AUCTION IS GOOD DEALS FOR A GREAT CAUSE - SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDENTS FROM OUR AREA!
 
CLUB MEMBERS WILL SOON BE SEEKING DONATIONS OF AUCTION ITEMS AND SELLING TICKETS FOR THIS VERY SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY EVENT.   CHECK BACK HERE LATER OR WITH ANY CLUB MEMBER FOR MORE INFORMATION.  IN THE MEANTIME, CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS. 
PLAN TO JOIN US ON MAY 8th!  
SEE YOU THERE!!!
 

Littleton Rotary Club Stories

 
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  I had the pleasure of coordinating and participating with four other Rotarians in the Littleton Rotary Club's special "I Like Me" books event on May 8th with the fifteen kindergarten students in the class of teacher Maureen Ferland at the Bethlehem Elementary School.  Shown above with that fun bunch of kids in Ms. Ferland's class is our group (left to right) Chad Stearns, Lisa Engel, Lois Bijolle, Kathy Jablonski and Kim Shillieto (that's me). 

For more information and some other fine photos by Ms. Ferland,  click "more" below!

 
 
 

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QUESTION:  THANKS TO ONE OF OUR RECENT COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS, WHAT CAN YOU NOW SEE WHILE WALKING ALL ALONG LITTLETON'S WONDERFUL RIVERWALK? 

ANSWER: THE RIVER!!! 

For information and a video about this project, click "more".

 
 
 

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This was a great teamwork effort by our Rotary club along with other community members and Town employees.  Volunteers showed up on two different days to cut brush, sapplings, limbs, and other debris that was obstructing the view of the river from the RiverWalk Pathway, and then they hauled and stacked the resulting debris for the Town's Public Works crew to feed into their chipper.  I estimate that over thirty hours of volunteer work was donated to the community by the Littleton Rotary Club to our Clear-The-Riverwalk project, and the results of those efforts are wonderful to see.

Click "more" to see Heather Porter's photos of a few of our members in action attacking the Riverwalk underbrush.

 
 
 
 

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The Littleton Rotary Club last year awarded a total of $24,000 in scholarships to seventeen students graduating from local high schools.   These scholarships were presented at graduation exercises at Lisbon Regional School, Littleton High School,  Profile School, White Mountain Regional School and Littleton Charter Academy.    The club also awarded a total of $3,770 to six recipients through our educational enrichment program which provides financial aid for local individuals pursuing education and other training to further their career opportunities.  

Shown below is club member Chris Tyler making the scholarship award to Lisbon Regional graduating senior Serena Bruce in 2013.

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     The Littleton Rotary Club's annual LobsterFest is a fall tradition with a heart.  Profits realized go right back to local-area service organizations.  The 2013 event, held in September at the Bretton Woods Ski Lodge, raised more than $13,500.  In the ensuing months, the Club accepted applications from non-profits seeking donations to help fund their work;  17 groups were then approved for contributions ranging from $250 to $1200. For photos and more information, click the link above.
 
 
Several members of Littleton Rotary served food, prepared salads and desserts, and cleaned up afterwards at the March 4th Dinner Bell meal at the All Saints Church.    This weekly meal is provided at the church to members of the community without charge from September to June with the support of Littleton area churches, schools, and civic organizations that provide food and volunteers.  Click the link above to see photos of club members in action with other volunteers on the serving line and in the kitchen.

 
 
 
 
 
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