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Mission Statement

The mission of the Rotary Club of Bow, New Hampshire is to promote the fellowship and enjoyment of Rotary through building a better future for the new generations and seniors of our community.

Our programs will address the basic needs of humankind, with our commitment to service.

Every service we undertake is to be part of our testimony that Rotary's true value lies in the work we do.
May our actions speak more forcefully than our words.

Club History & Information

The Rotary Club of Bow New Hampshire was originally chartered in 1970 with 27 members.
Bow was sponsored by the Concord Club, primarily to have an other club close by for make ups. The club first started meeting at the Brick Tower.
We meet Friday mornings at the Old Town Hall, 91 Bow Center Road.
At the time the Bow club was chartered, there were only 7 clubs in the world that met for breakfast.
Currently, there are still two of the original charter members active in the Bow Club.

Active Membership: 52 as of July 1, 2017
Honorary Membership: 5 as of July 1, 2017
Average Age: 55 Years
Females - 13, Males - 41
Average Time in Club: 12 Years, 8 Months
2012-13 Attendance Average: 92.99 (thru 6-30-13)
2012-13 Perfect Attendance:   Members (thru 6-30-13)
Record Attendance Holder: Joe Deoss, 38 Years
Next Record Holder: John Lyford, 43 Years
Club Chartered: June 30, 1970
Original Charter Members: 1 Remain Active
Paul Harris Fellows in Club: 25 Club Recipients plus 6 Honorary Members
Sustaining PHF's: 27
Benefactors: 9