Hudson-Litchfield Rotary Club

 
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Welcome to the Hudson Litchfield Rotary Club!

Welcome to our Club! How may we be of Service!

Hudson-Litchfield Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:30 AM
Rogers Memorial Library
194 Derry Road
Hudson, NH  03051
United States
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Join Us!        June 04, 2017

Spring Forward Rotary Trail Run. !

Support local community efforts to fight addiction.

 

5K and 10K Trail Runs at the Historic Hills House 

Hudson, NH

June 04, 2017

10:00 A.M.

Register:  https://racewire.com/register.php?id=7330

Sponsored by the Hudson Litchfield Rotary Club

Thursday, October 3rd.

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The Rotary Club of Hudson Litchfield invites you to a complimentary breakfast and to hear Curt Laffin, retired wildlife ranger.  Curt is a Hudson resident who will speak about the efforts to save the American chestnut tree.  The October 3rd meeting will be held from 7:30-8:30am at the Hudson School District Conference room, 20 Library St. Please RSVP to Judy King, Rotary member, if you would like to attend.

A huge Success for Pancakes and Palettes! 

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Pancakes and Palettes was held at Alvirne High School on August 13 and 14 from 8:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.  The Rotary Club of Hudson Litchfield is looking forward to serving the community a delicious pancake breakfast and displaying local art created by adults and children alike.  A People’s Choice winner will be awarded in each category.  The cost of the breakfast is just $5 and children 5 years and younger are free.

 

A new experience this year will be the creation of a community painting that will be raffled to the public on Sunday morning at 11:30 a.m. This beautifully framed 16 x 20 original piece will be a wonderful addition to any home or office.  All participants will be able to add some brush strokes to a pre-sketched drawing by a local artist.  

 

Local artists, young and old, are strongly encouraged to drop off artwork at the Center for Physical Therapy and Exercise at 142 Lowell Road, Hudson, August 12-14 2013 during business hours.  Forms will be available at the Center for Physical Therapy and Exercise to affix to the artwork.

 

Submissions are limited to two original works per person. Artwork must be matted or framed ready to be hung. Maximum size is 18” x24”.

 

Join the fun on August 17 and 18th at Alvirne High School. Make a donation, enter a piece of art, socialize with friends and neighbors, and support community projects at Pancakes and Palettes!

 
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Governor John Lynch spoke at Hills Library todayHe spoke for about half an hour about insights he's had both as our Governor, and as a CEO in the private sector.  Among them, were the importance of truly listening, and trying to relate to those you work with.  He then opened the floor to questions, answering questions raising education costs, and the state of the New Hampshire political climate.

Karen's husband catered an exquisite breakfast, and there was a nice crowd who were receptive to the governor's message. Special thanks to Sean for making this event happen for our club, and honoring the governor for all his service to the state of NH. Thanks to all Rotarians who made this event such a success.

 

Art & Dell Clough from ShelterBox USA visited the Hudson Litchfield club to demo the new Shelter Box.
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Pictured above: Hudson Litchfield club President Karen Dudley, Dell & Art Clough.
The Hudson Litchfield Rotary Club is proud to welcome new members, Jeff Ranney of Silverline Automotive, LLC in Hudson, and Dr. Ryan Barclay of Barclay Chiropractic in Hudson.

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Pictured above from left, club President Randy Bell, new members Jeff Ranney and Dr. Ryan Barclay,
and club President Elect Karen Dudley.
 
 
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