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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Lebanon


Service Above Self

1st and 3rd of every month on Thursday at 12 Noon; 2nd and 4th Thursday at 7 AM
Harvest Hill (behind Alice Peck Day Hospital)
10 Alice Peck Day Drive (Dwinell Room)
Lebanon, NH  03766
United States
(603) 448-0126
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Joint Lebanon Rotary Clubs Charity Pie Buffet, July 4, 2018 at the Lebanon Senior Center
Lebanon City Manager, Shaun W. Mulholland, is a long-standing public servant with twenty-seven years of leadership experience at the local, state and regional levels. Mulholland was appointed as Town Administrator in Allenstown, NH in 2013, previously serving as their Police Chief. He was appointed Lebanon City Manager on January 4, 2018, and took the helm at City Hall on January 22, 2018.
Mulholland brings to Lebanon extensive experience in municipal government including strategic and capital planning, emergency management, personnel management, grant writing and community-based advocacy at the regional, state and federal levels. In 2015 Mulholland was named the recipient of the New Hampshire Municipal Association’s Russ Marcoux Municipal Advocate of the Year as well as in 2010 Mulholland was named the New Hampshire Emergency Management Director of the Year.
Lebanon’s Mayor, Sue Prentiss states that “Shaun is a demonstrated leader in municipal government with the expertise and understanding that Lebanon needs to address the complex issues before us today and into the future.

Paul Sullivan and Cameron Ford were our speakers relating to the opiate issues in New Hampshire.


Paul Sullivan is a member of the  Newton MA Rotary club. He was a past president and sponsored Opioid Addiction Initiative and PATH:  Prevention, Awareness (Education), Treatment, Hope. He initiated  a Grant to be used for Arente Program in schools, to teach about addiction before it happens. Anyone interested please feel free to Contact Paul at


Cameron Ford is the Executive Director of Headrest. Headrest's Mission is "Assisting those affected by substance use disorder, experiencing a crisis or is in need of Support".  Headresty run a Suicide Hot Line, 24 hours a day, every day for locals, teens and is in partnership with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Headrest also offers residential services for those who are returning to the community and treatment and work readiness programs. Feel free to call them with any questions at 603-448-4872.

Assistant Governor Don MacMeekin opened Rotary District 7850's area speech contest and had the four contestants pick their order of speaking by lot. The speakers were Rosa Turinetti and Kayla Ball, senior Randolph Union High School students who were sponsored by Randolph's two Rotary clubs; Mary Gile, freshman from Lebanon High School; and Carlos Melgarejo, senior from Kimball Union Academy. The four speakers elucidated our Four Way Test from very different and very effective perspectives. 


The winner of the area speech contest was Carlos Melgarejo, a student attending Kimball Union from Spain. The runner-up in the contest was Mary Gile, who brought with her a family cheering section that included a well-behaved (but enthusiastic) toddler.


  • Three members of the Rotary Club of Lebanon were recognized for their support of the Rotary Foundation. Individuals who have contributed more than $1000 to the Annual Program Fund, the Polio Plus Fund or the Humanitarian Grants Program of the Rotary Foundation are recognized as Paul Harris Fellows.  Today we recognized:
    • Kevin Gould — Received his Paul Harris +4
    • Will Koppenheffer  —  Received his Paul Harris +3
    • Dan Nash — Received his first Paul Harris recognition.


Three students from KUA prepared and delivered speeches emphasizing, "Make a Difference by applying Rotary’s 4-Way Test".

 Carlos was the winner of the contest.  He is from Spain,  He spoke about Global Warming and how we each have a role to play by using renewable energy resources.



Charles, the runner up spoke about a new way to look at masculinity based on compassion, respect and action. 

Elise shared her experience starting a dog walking service at the school.  The proceeds go to supporting animals at the Upper Valley Human
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