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Rotary Club of Bedford, NH

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Manchester Country Club
180 South River Road
Bedford, NH 03110
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This article originally appeared in the Bedford Bulletin.
Ian Grant, director of the Peter T. Paul Enterpreneurship Center at UNH, spoke to Bedford Rotary at the Manchester Country Club on Feb. 19.
Opened in 2016, the Enterpreneurship Center (EC) is the co-curricular heart of ideas, innovation and enterpreneurship at UNH. The EC is open to any student from any college or major on campus. The EC complements what all students are learning in every classroom on campus.
The EC stimulates mindsets to be better problem solvers. There are summer programs for students with no enterpreneurship inclination.
This article originally appeared in the Bedford Journal on February 21,2020.
Bill Duschatko, chairman of the Bedford Town Council spoke to the Bedford Rotary on Feb. 12.
The proposed Bedford Town Budget for 2020 amounts to $4.36 per 1000 evaluation, a very modest increase of $0.22 per $1000 over 2019.
Some of the key features are a $2.3M capital reserve deposit to cover facilities, etc. and a $1.0M redo of Sportsman field with artificial turf, etc. As a point of interest, property tax reductions for low income elderly and veterans account for $550K in exemptions.
The Town of Bedford is fortunate to qualify for AAA Bond rating that only a very few towns in northern New England enjoy.
Town election day is March 10 followed by a budgetary meeting at 7PM March 11 to vote on proposed capital reserves and the town operating budget for 2020.
        Submitted by Bill Gere, Bedford Rotary PR
This article originally appeared in the Bedford Bulletin.
Rick Macklin, managing partner at Carrabba's Italian Grill in Bedford, recently spoke at Bedford Rotary. Bedford Carrabba's restaurant, at 2 Upjohn St. off South River Road, is successful largely due to the professionism of Macklin, who has had the reins since 2017. He credits the success to his assembled management team, the restaurant's tried and true business model and its caring staff. Macklin says he takes pride in the cleanliness and friendiliness of the restaurant. Got a special meal occasion in mind> Email Rick at RMacklin@carrabbas.com.


Volunteers from our Rotary Club, family members, and significant others will be able to help out at the New Horizons Soup Kitchen where they can serve meals to people and families in need. We can help out on the 2nd Friday Night of each month from 4 PM to 6 PM. The address is 199 Manchester St, Manchester, NH, 03103.

If you have not signed up and would like to help please let Charlie Fairman know.

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