Club Information

Welcome to the Peterborough Rotary Club!

Peterborough, NH

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Peterborough Unitarian Church
25 Main Street
PO Box 354
Peterborough, NH  03458
United States
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What's Happening
Kristen Stanton (executive director @ Lukas Community) Spoke to the club.
The Peterborough Rotary Club presented six Paul Harris Fellows at an awards dinner held at the Hancock Inn in Hancock, NH.  
Four Rotarians were honored as Paul Harris Fellows. Rotarian Pam Brenner was recognized with a PHF +1 for her contributions to the Peterborough Club when she served as Club President and for her work with Rotary Wilder Park. Brenner has since transferred to a Club in Florida. Rotarian Bob MacDonald was honored with a PHF +2 for his continued contributions to Rotary Youth Exchange, Camp Quest, and the Pancake Breakfast.  Rotarian Bob Hanson was recognized for his work with the Peterborough Rotary Charitable Trust and Wilder Rotary Park. And Rotarian James Kelly was recognized for his contributions to the Club, specifically Camp Quest and the Charitable Trust.
Two community members, Harry and Cynthia Healer, were presented with Paul Harris Fellows by Camp Quest Chairman Andy Peterson, for their continued commitment to Camp Quest and for supporting youth in our community.
We are pleased to announce applications are being accepted for the 2017 Peterborough Rotary Club Scholarship.  These scholarships are available to ConVal High School seniors who have been accepted into a four-year or two-year degree granting program at an accredited college, university, or technical institution.
The scholarship award is $2,500.   Major factors of consideration are:
  • Community Service                                                          
  • Work and Extracurricular Activities
  • Financial Need                                                                                       
  • Scholastic Achievement                                                                             
Rotary International is a service organization.  Consequently, community service is important to the Rotarians who will be reviewing your application.
Click here to download an application. Scholarship applications are due May 1.
Our Club is always welcoming new members!
Peterborough Rotary Club has supported our community for over 90 years. We are a leadership development and service organization right in our community. Our group is made up of thoughtful and caring individuals who happen to be community leaders, local business owners, and local professionals. Many of our members also participate in other local service organizations like the Boy Scouts, Daughters of the American Revolution, Windy Row Learning Center, Monadnock Art X, The River Center, Mariposa Museum, Monadnock Center, just to list a few.
Our focus is uplifting and supporting our youth. We accomplish youth support through Rotary Youth Exchange, Scholarships, Camp QUEST, Operation Santa, Four Way Test Speech Contest, and ConVal InterACT. We raise funds to support these endeavors through the annual Pancake Breakfast and the Cruz-In. Finally, we support and maintain Rotary-Wilder Park in Peterborough.   
Part of a small business or a non-profit? The Peterborough Rotary Club is now offering Small Business Memberships!
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
2nd VP/President Elect
Past President
Public Relations
Youth Exchange
Four Way Test Speech Contest
4th Vice President/President Elect
3rd Vice President/President Elect
Operation Santa
Camp Quest
Pancake Breakfast
Rotary International Foundation
Charitable Trust
Speakers & Programs