Bow Rotary Club's
Weekly Bulletin
 
Bulletin For March 12th, 2021
Today’s Greeter:  Ben Kiniry – Spike about human trafficking in his morning prayer
 
Attendance:      
  • 32 Bow Rotarians
  • 1 Visiting Rotarian: Brayden Wesler
  • 0 Guests
  • 1 Guest Speaker:  Jennifer Mulryan
Announcements:
  • Matt Gatzke – March 19th meeting we will have the 3 winners of the 4 Way Speech contest
  • Matt Gatzke – Hooksett club looking for help in May for the young mothers drive in cooperation with the United Way
  • Judy Goodnow – Update on wall paper for old town hall, looking for people with experience wallpapering or if we should use a professional because of the difficulty involved.
  • Brayden – Updated on Interact Toileting drive and 5K Virtual run
  • Matt Gatzke – Women’s Day at Portland Sunrise Club was March 8th, Matt acknowledged the women in our club which is 24% of our membership.
  • Gerry Carrier – Car Show committee sent out a questionnaire for what we should do.  Hoping for a May 15th show if we have enough volunteers.
Sergeant at Arms:  Joya Dennehy
 
Birthday Bucks:
  • Alan Kanegsburg had a birthday on the 6th, he sent a note saying that life in Dedham, MA is good.  They have had their shots as has the entire staff in the community. On March 3rd they came to NH for the 1st time in 6 months.  Gave $100 to the Rotary Foundation.
Happy Bucks:
  • Chris Parkinson  - $1.00 PETS meeting wished Ben good luck
  • Steve DeStefano - $1.00 Thanking Robert Louf for his help with the bulletin
  • Dean Cascadden - $1.00 for the basketball game between the faculty and the Unified Basketball Team, The Unified Team won.
  • Robert Louf – Got the Johnson & Johnson shot on Saturday at the race track
  • Matt Gatzke – His Birthday wasn’t on the list.  He is now actually working at the office. Both he and his wife started new jobs in the past year. His daughter Emily got married and he appreciates all the support and prayers for her as she battles some health issues. His daughter Sarah is now a homeowner.
Program:
Donna Deos introduced Jennifer Mulryan from Riverbend.  She is the director of Psychiatric Emergency Services.  She spoke about the Mobile Crisis Center, before Covid 19, they actually went to see kids and adults who they believe may be suicidal.  There are 3 crisis treatment centers in N.H. for mental health for people 18 and up.  It helps with basic needs most don’t have insurance or a health care provider.  They are located in Nashua, Manchester and Concord.  There are also 16 community Health Centers around the state.  
 
Donated book was “I believe in you”.
 
Respectfully submitted,
Stephen DeStefano
Potential Speaker Listing
Member: If you have Program responsibilities for an upcoming meeting and are in need of a speaker,
the following people have acknowledged their interest in speaking to our club as of 2/3/18.
 
Retired Brigadier General Steve Curry, NH Veterans Cemetery Association/Veterans Heritage Learning Center
Present/Discuss the Veterans Heritage Learning Center project
Contact: General Steve Curry: info@nhvca.org
(603) 796-2026
 
Jennifer Goodman, Executive Director
NH Preservation Alliance
The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance strengthens communities and stimulates local economies by encouraging the protection and revival of historic buildings and places.
 
Mike Pacheco, Executive Director
Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR)
ESGR is a Department of Defense organization that was established to promote cooperation and understanding between Reserve 
members and their civilian employers and to assist in the resolution of conflicts arising from an employee’s military commitment
 
Rex Reitz - Family Promise of Greater Concord
 
Pamela Dube, Senior Director of Communications
Easterseals NH
We would love the opportunity to speak at an upcoming meeting to thank you for continuing to make a difference in your communities and tell you a little more about our organization and our 80-year history in the state. We know that Rotarians are committed to "encourage and foster the ideal of service". ESNH shares that mission with over 90 programs designed to help people of all ages with disabilities and special needs.
 
Sarah Castelot - Caring Companions at Easter Seals.
They offer non medical, in home care for individuals, elderly,
or with chronic or mental illness. They work very closely with folks with Alzheimer's and
are all Certified Dementia Practitioners. 
 
Karen McNamara - The Concord Crisis Center
Talk about the Center as Bow is one of the towns in their catchment area.
 
Mary Beth Walz
Her trip to Machu Picchu and remote areas of Bolivia. 
Contact info: h. 225-1968
 
Norma Milne 
Advance Care Planning volunteer
insuragy@gmail.com | 603-494-1756
 
Debbie Roy - Bowl for Kids Sake
Development and Outreach Manager Big Brothers Big Sisters
OFFICE: 603.430.1140 ext. 1001
EMAIL: droy@bbbsnh.org
 
 
Regards,
Rick Minard, 2019-20 Program Chair 
rminard@comcast.net
 
 
 
 
Speakers
Mar 19, 2021
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