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Plymouth Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:00 AM
Common Man Inn
231 Main Street
Plymouth, NH  03264
United States of America
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Dr. Eydie Kendall, an Assistant Professor at PSU in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, presented a program on Uryadi's Village in Ethiopia which serves children with disabilities.  In addition, the village has a permaculture program aimed at making the orphanage self-sustaining.  To hear her entire presentation, please go to our Facebook Page.  (
President Sara called on Peggy to give a report on last Saturday's Rabies Clinic at the Plymouth Police Station.  49 animals were vaccinated.  Our thanks to Dr. David Cote, the Plymouth Police Department, and our own Rotarians who assisted in various ways for making this important community service happen.
Sara also announced that the District Assembly is coming up on Saturday, April 13th.  We hope to put a couple of carloads together to make the trip up to Lyndonville, especially with our own Taylor Maine competing in Round 3 of the Speech Contest!  Here is some of District Governor-Elect Richard Fox's description of the day:
On Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Northern Vermont University - Lyndon Campus (f/k/a Lyndon State College), you are invited to Learn, Laugh, and Listen at our 2019 District Assembly!
             - Our District's plans for growing membership
             - Our 2019-2020 District Goals
             - About New Generations, Foundation, Grants, and RotaryCentral / My Rotary from numerous fellow Rotarians
             - From each other as we collaborate and connect
             - As you enjoy networking with fellow Rotarians
             - While hearing of the exceptional fun to be had at the 2019 District Conference in Sherbrooke, QC
             - With excitement about the 2019-2020 vision for our District.
             -  To the numerous high school students who will compete in the District 7850 Speech Contest Semi-Finals;
              -  To each other to learn of project and event ideas
***  If you plan on attending the “Tech Lab” (RotaryCentral and My Rotary) please e-mail me with your specific questions and/or areas of focus, and bring your laptop or tablet.
To attend, pre-register at:
Here's a little taste of Sherbrooke, Quebec, the site of our District Conference from 3-5 May.  It promises to be an interesting and fun gathering as the Sherbrooke Club is celebrating their 100 Anniversary!  Plese register quickly to guarantee a room.   Just go to our District website: and click on the right hand side announcement.  It's really easy....and quite a bargain!  If you have a question, Mike Carrier has brochures.
It was a full house as the Lincoln/Woodstock Rotary Club joined us for the Area Speech Contest.  Dimitri Spanos representing the LW Club and Taylor Maine representing the Plymouth Club gave wonderful, inspiring speeches appreciated by all in attendance....and those watching our Facebook Live broadcast.   To view their speeches, please go to our Facebook Page.  (
Dimitri and Taylor took questions from the audience as we waited for the results. When the Score Sheets were all tabulated, Taylor Maine came out on top and will be representing our Area at the District Assembly Contest on Saturday, April 13th.  Let's plan to have a good crowd from our Club at the Assembly to support Taylor!
Our Rabies Clinic will be held this Saturday, March 16th from 1-2 pm at the Plymouth Police Station.  If you can help, arrive by 12:30 pm to help get things ready.
Taylor also reported on the PRHS Interact Club's latest service project supporting Operation Shoebox which sends items to our troops overseas.  She stated that their Interact Club could use our help in two ways:  First - if you have a business and would be willing to have a "Collection Box"  placed in your business to collect items, please let Mike Carrier or Bill Clark know.  Second - If we could collect items from the following list and bring them to meetings overt the next few weeks,  we could fill our own box!
Mark DeVebev of Durham School Services spoke us about the services they provide and the challenges of finding qualified bus drivers.  They are in need of drivers, so if you know anyone who might be interested, please have them reach out to Mark.  Did you know that SAU 48 is the largest geographic district in NH?  To see his entire presentation, please go to our Facebook Page.  (
President Sara began by thanking all those who came out to help de-decorate Main Street this past Saturday morning.
A Club Funding Survey is out for all of us to respond to.   Please take a moment to log in your responses.
Our Rabies Clinic is on Saturday, March 16th from 1-2 pm at the Plymouth Police Station.  Rotarians who are helping out should plan to arrive about 12:30 pm.
Friends of the Pemi are meeting later today at the Campton Town Office at noon.  Lunch will be served!   Should be a very interesting program as we hear a report for the State Archeoligist who has been working in the at Livermore Falls, as well as getting a look at the interpretive signage that has been developed.
Next WednesdayArea Speech Contest.  Please be there to support our students!
The picture above gives you a strong clue as the topic of discussion introduced by President Sara.  She walked us through a Power Point presentation that gave us the basic on our two accounts: the Club Account and our Foundation Account, the sources of funding for each, as well as examples of what projects, activities and events are supported by each.  The challenge for the morning was to begin thinking about ways we can increase our funding for the Club Account.  Let the ideas flow!  To see her presentation and to drop in on the discussion that followed, please go to our Facebook Page.  (  Thanks, Sara.  This was really helpful.
Other announcements for the morning included:
1 - Please get your checks in for your Super Bowl Squares as soon as possible.
2 - This Saturday morning we are taking down the decorations on Main Street.  We'll gather at 9 am on The Common.
3- Our Rabies Clinic is scheduled for March 16th from 1-2 pm at the Police Station.  Please spread the word!
4- Friends of the Pemi will be meeting next Wednesday at noon at the Campton Town Hall.  There should be a presentation on interpretive singae planned and as well as potential plans for the development of the West (Campton) side.
5 - The Area Speech Contest will be March 13th.  Please plan to attend and support our youth!!
The Club welcomed Frank Cocchiarella, Executive Director of the Central NH Chamber of Commerce, who spoke about Chamber activities, plans, and his vision to make it a more dynamic organization.  To see his entire presentation, please go to our Facebook Page.  (
Paul Brochu gave us a quick overview of his recent Rotary Foundation National Immunization Day adventure in India.  He will be giving a more in depth program later.
President Sara also presented Paul, Associate Director of CADY, a $1000 District Grant our Club applied for and received in support of CADY's Restorative Justice Program.
If you haven't given a check for your Super Bowl squares yet, please do so ASAP!
Bill Clark reported on the upcoming First Star Annual Dinner to held at The Barn on the Pemi on Friday evening, April 5th.  Please see Bill if you want to be a part of supporting this amazing organization.
There will be a Board Meeting this Friday morning.
Upcoming Speakers
Club Forum
Mar 27, 2019
Dan Szczesny - Journalist and Author
Apr 03, 2019
Author of "The White Mountain" Rediscovering Mount Washington's Hidden Culture
Harry Decker - Host
Apr 17, 2019
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Martha Hughes
    March 28
Join Date:
  • Omer Ahern
    March 1, 1980
    39 years
  • Dawn Lemieux
    March 17, 2010
    9 years
  • Mike Carrier
    March 17, 2010
    9 years
  • Tony Fitzherbert
    March 25, 2015
    4 years
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Immediate Past President
RYLA Chair
Links to Club Project Documents