Club Information

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Milford Community House
5 Union St. ~ P.O. Box 618
Milford, NH 03055
United States of America
We meet at 12 noon on Wednesdays.
Upcoming Events & Volunteer Opportunities 
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Welcome to the Milford Rotary Club
Milford Rotary Stories
Milford Rotary Club is pleased to partner with these seventeen non-profit organizations to raise funds in support of all the great work we all do to improve our communities and the lives of our neighbors. For every ticket they sell, the organization will get 50% of the $20 purchase price! Click the READ MORE button below to access direct links to purchase raffle tickets specifically on behalf of these wonderful organizations.
The Milford Rotary Club’s 28th annual 100 Holes of Golf in One Day Tournament is rapidly approaching.  Rain or shine on Friday, June 17, 2022, over 60 golfers will be running around the Amherst Country Club’s beautiful 18-hole course in their quests to play 100 Holes In One Day while having loads of fun raising money for charity.. Among the golfers will be some Rotarians participating to raise funds for their Rotary Club's charity fund as part of our 50/50 Rotary Club partners program. 
Once again the honorable Joe Clement will be leading the charge for the Henniker Rotary Club. Joe has participated in nearly every 100 Holes Tournament and was an initial inductee into the tournament’s Hall of Fame.  As Milford Rotarian Alec Buchanan noted at the time of Joe’s induction “Joe has only missed a couple of years in the event's history and that was because we forgot to call him! “
Joining in the fun this year are the Charlestown Rotary Club (contact Nick Hobart), the Hooksett Area Rotary Club (contact Aaron Telage), the Hudson-Litchfield Rotary Club (contact Connie Dionne), and the Rotary Club of Lowell (contact Mark Cassidy)! Each of these clubs will “earn” and get to keep 50% of their raffle ticket sales. To also field a golfer, and gain those HUGE bragging rights, each club needs to sell over 50 tickets! Can we count on you to help these partnering Rotary Clubs? Please reach out to the clubs or their contacts to purchase raffle tickets. Just imagine what these clubs will be able to do with the funds they raise through the 100 Holes of Golf 50/50 partners program!
In three words - "A GREAT success!"
A number of our guests took the time to say thank-you on Facebook and tell us what a wonderful time and great meal they enjoyed, and how appreciative they are of our efforts! As N.G. from Amherst wrote "Thank you all for the wonderful lunch. From the people who greeted us in the parking lot, to the servers (all so friendly and polite), to the servers and the entertainment…..everything was great. A great time today, and so very much appreciated.” 
This event was a wonderful way to recognize May as Older Americans Month. The OAM theme this year is "Age My Way", an opportunity for everyone to explore the many ways older adults can remain in and be involved with their communities. The goal is to foster discussions about how planning, participation, accessibility, and making connections all play a role in aging in place – emphasizing that what each person needs and prefers is unique. Needless to say, the annual Milford Rotary Chicken BBQ for Seniors continues to be a great gathering for making connections 
Event photos have been posted in the albums - Click Here
My Dear Friends,
I am pleased to report that our efforts to "Serve To Change Lives" is making a difference. For your information please find the attached pictures and my morning email from Mateo my friend and Rotarian in the Lublin Centrum Rotary Club in Poland. We have another relief donation queued up and ready to be transferred on next Tuesday.
Thank You All For What You Do,   JB
Please click on the "Read More" button below for the firsthand update and photos from Mateo Karczmarczuk,  Rotary Club of Lublin Centrum,  
For those of you who missed John's Update #1 email, here is a link to the information and photos - CLICK HERE for the PDF file.
Keeping with the Rotary International theme for March of “Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene”, the Milford Rotary Club welcomed members of Pure Water For The World to our first meeting in March 2022. Pure Water’s Executive Director Matt Korn and past Executive Director Carolyn Crowley Meub shared an informative update on the organization’s work and, more specifically, on an upcoming project in El Coyote, Honduras. Milford Rotary was pleased to present Matt and Carolyn with a check for $10,105 that will support the El Coyote initiative to provide 22 homes and 66 individuals with sustainable access to safe water, improved sanitation and hygiene education training.
As District Governor, and fellow Milford Rotarian, John Siemienowicz recently shared “It is hard to know what actions to take that will be fruitful and helpful in this difficult time of unprovoked violence against Ukraine.”  Rotary International and many other local and internal organizations are stepping up with a myriad of opportunities to support Ukrainian relief efforts. The need is great and it is growing each day. Some of these voluntary opportunities are providing more direct support than others.
Please click the READ MORE below for photos and important information on how you can help Serve to Change Lives
Website Sponsors
May 25, 2022
Station 101
Mike Rasmussen
Jun 01, 2022
Literary Classics
Doug Knott
Jun 08, 2022
Dudley Laufman - Dance Caller & Story Teller
Scott MacIntyre
Jun 15, 2022
DGE Randall Barclay and Rotarian guests from South Africa
No MTG - TLD 6/24
Jun 22, 2022
TLD - Keller Barn
Jun 24, 2022
Chris Rodgers - Passing of the Gavel - Evening
Jun 28, 2022
Installation of New Board & Officers
Club Leadership     (click on a name to email)
President Elect
Vice President
Assistant Secretary
Assistant Treasurer
Immediate Past President
Assistant Sgt at Arms
MRC Foundation Chair
Club Website
Membership Chair