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Posted by Edward Harvey on Jul 08, 2014

The Rotary Club of Londonderry's annual Red Cross Blood Drive will be held in the Londonderry High School cafeteria on Monday, July 21, 2014 from 2:00 until 7:00 pm. Give the gift that saves lives!

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Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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The traditional Christmas Tree Lighting on the Londonderry Town Common is being moved to the Clocktower at Londonderry Square, 50 Nashua Rd, because of the construction at the Town Common. Christmas at the Clocktower will be on Sunday, December 8nd. Festivities start at 2:00 pm with entertainment and refreshments.  Then at approximately 3:00 pm, a fire truck will bring Santa and Mrs. Claus to greet the children and pose for pictures with the children. The Londonderry Rotary Club works annually with many youth groups, local non-profit organizations and area businesses to put on this event.

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If you would like to join or learn more about the Londonderry Rotary Club, contact Faye Sell at (603) 434-4989.

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Every month on the third Wednesday instead of our morning meeting, the Londonderry Rotary Club gets together for Happy Hour at the Coach Stop in the Tavern upstairs from 4:30 - 6:30 pm. Join us for good conversation, friendship, cocktails and more! The Coach Stop in located at 176 Mammoth Rd. in Londonderry. 

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Posted by Edward Harvey
The Londonderry Rotary Club, in partnership with the North-Eastern chapter of the Pontiac Car Club is pleased to announce the return of its Classic Car Show.  This exciting event represents the 24th year that this Classic Car Show has been hosted in Londonderry.  The event will be held at its regular location, Londonderry Square, 55 Nashua Rd. Route 102 on Sunday August 18, 2019 from 9:00 AM for registration to 2:00 PM for the Awards Presentation.  Rain date for the event will be Sunday August 25, 2019.
The Londonderry Rotary and the Pontiac Car Club are looking for vehicle entries for the event.  There is a wide range of categories for the Pontiac enthusiasts.  If you have a Pontiac in the 1904-1959 Pontiac/Oakland category, all the way through to 60’s era GTO’s , 60’s through 200’s Pontiacs, Firebirds, Trans Ams, Soltice, Fieros Modified’s or any year GMC Truck, this is the car show for you!
In addition, as represented in past shows, the sponsors are also looking for entries covering a wide range of other vehicles.  The club is looking for entries ranging from any Antique or make of pre-WWII vehicle (up to 1940), post -war antique vehicles (from 1941), Camaro’s, Corvettes, Mustang’s, Cougars, Pickup Truck/Van/Jeep from all years, 1964-1974 Muscle Cars of all makes, 1975 – 2019 Muscle Cars of all makes, Special Interest, and Foreign/European makes from all years.
This will prove to be a very exciting and entertaining event for exhibitors and spectators.  Registration fee for an exhibitor/entrant is $10 per vehicle in advance or $15 per vehicle at the Day Of Show.  Public viewing entry is $3 for adults and $7 for a family.  Children under 12 yrs. are admitted free. 
The day will include a DJ with great music, photographer, food vendors, and 50/50 raffle.  For more information contact the event chairperson, Bill Basler at 603-432-1166 or via email at  Come and enjoy the renewal of this very entertaining event. 
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Posted by Kerry Collis
Londonerry Rotary meets at the Coach Stop Restaurant 176 Mammoth Rd. Londonderry, NH (603) 437-2022
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The Londonderry Rotary Club is sponsoring a Blood Drive hosted by the American Red Cross on Monday, July 20th from 2 pm to 7 pm at the Londonderry High School at 295 Mammoth Rd. Please call 1-800-REDCROSS (1-800-733-2767) or go online to to register for an appointment. All presenting donors will have a chance to win two Boston Red Sox tickets and be honored at Fenway Park as the Blood Donor of the Game. Blood donor card or valid ID is required to donate.



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The Greater Derry Londonderry Chamber of Commerce & The Londonderry Rotary Club Foundation are hosting their 2nd Annual Golf Classic on Monday, September 8 at Campbell's Scottish Highlands in Salem, NH. Check-in begins at 7:30 am with a shotgun start at 8:30 am. 

Download a registration brochure here: Chamber/Rotary Golf Classic Brochure
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July, September, November, January, March, May
1. Mike Dolan
2. Steve Blier
3. Bill Basler
4. Need a volunteer

August, October, December, February, April, June
1. Terry McCormick
2. John Timmeny
3. George Brooks
4. Dave Harrison

Sub List
1. Faye Sell                  603-434-4989
2. Deb Waitt                 603-490-6133
3. Caron Renik              603-765-7735
4. Charlie Neos             978-739-3940
5. Mike Dolan               774-245-2279
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06/05     Myrna MacArthur

06/12     Charles Neos

06/19     Stan Pollack

06/26     Shelly Peabody   

07/03     Judith Powers

07/10     Faye Sell      




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Posted by Kerry Collis
How's your memory? There is no offical club record of previous Rotarians of the Year. As secretary I would like to compile a list. Were you choosen, what year? Do you remember the name and year of any fellow Rotarians who were honored?
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Posted by Kerry Collis
We need a Greeter each week so it has been decided that the Finemaster will also be the Greeter for the day. So please arrive early on the day you are Finemaster and welcome your fellow Rotarians. This is a fun way to get to speak to each Rotarian, and you will know who to charge with a late fine.
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