Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Vice President
Immediate Past President
Service Projects Director
Service Projects Director
Foundation Director
Membership Director
Club Protection Officer
Sargent at Arms
Board Advisor
Web Adminstrator
As of Tuesday - March 7th, the Hampton Rotary Club will be meeting back at THE OLD SALT RESTAURANT for their weekly club meetings.  The "Old Salt" is located in downtown Hampton, NH at 490 Lafayette Road.  The club's meeting begins at 7:30 AM, so please arrive by 7:15 AM and enjoy the buffet breakfast.

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Hampton



Enjoy our website - we hope you take the time to learn more about us - the amazing service organization that's right here in your own community. The Rotary Club of Hampton members are professional and business men and women of all ages who gather weekly at The Old Salt Restaurant at 7:15 a.m. every Tuesday to share fellowship, a breakfast buffet, and communicate important updates and reports on service projects, fundraisers and meaningful programs that we are involved with, day in and day out. Each week an interesting speaker is invited to address the membership on any variety of topics - school issues, aviation, youth leadership, sports, non-profits, so on and so forth. There always seems to be a list of speakers waiting patiently to address our membership. But, this part of Rotary is simply the club fellowship, where members get an opportunity to meet and spend time with each other, where friendships are forged and multi generations are enjoying and learning from one another.

Unlike other organizations, Rotary is open to all ages (from twenties to eighties or even higher), we're in banking, education, law, architecture, real estate, insurance, energy utilities, newspaper media, small business, restaurant, we're retired, we're single, married, parents, grandparents, and quite honestly, we are just like you.

What we do have in common is that serving our community is important to us (we serve the communities of Hampton, North Hampton, Hampton Falls and Seabrook).  Making sure that every man, woman and child that walk through the doors of the soup kitchen has a warm meal in their belly and an hour of respect and support. That every child is given the opportunity to learn to love to read, so that reading to learn becomes so natural and easy. That our local food pantries are filled with food, that children have the tools and supplies to do well in school. We're helping out at blood drives, reading to Headstart children, providing snowsuits to kids in need, so that they can play outside during the long cold winters, we're ringing the Salvation Army Bell, cleaning up roadsides, maintaining our children's park, providing scholarships and the list goes on and on. We're invested in our youth and the future for all of our communities children.

If you are interested in joining The Rotary Club of Hampton, please contact our President, Rich Gibadlo at

Ask any of our members - it may be the most important step you will ever take!




Once again this year, our club is offering Hampton Rotary Members Only the opportunity to sponsor our club website and newsletter.  All proceeds will benefit the operations account to assist in running the club from year to year.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, you can see club Secretary, Paula Rappolt, or Webmaster, Deb Marsolais.  

Many thanks to all those who have supported the club by sponsoring the club's website in the past.