Welcome to the Souhegan Valley "Happy Hour" Rotary Club of Nashua.  We're excited to tell you that we have a brand new website over at www.happyhourclub.org and this this site will no longer be updated.  So head on over to www.happyhourclub.org and check out past and upcoming events, a list of our members, info about our club and much more! 

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Welcome to our Club!

Souhegan Valley

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 5:30 PM
Boston Billiard Club and Casino
55 Northeastern Blvd
Nashua, NH  03062
United States of America

Phone:
(603) 721-9628
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In communities with no services, incremental steps can go a long way

When Rotary members tried to bring toilets to a remote island, the population wasn’t ready.

The future: What can we expect when we get there?

As we stand at the threshold of the third decade of the 21st century, imagine where we’re

Why Rotarians should engage with program alumni

When clubs cultivate relationships with Rotary alumni, both sides benefit.

The sad truth about altruism is that there aren’t enough altruists

The people who fill the truly essential roles in society are often in short supply

History: Rotary in Spain survives challenges

After successfully establishing a presence in Great Britain and Ireland, Rotary expanded its reach to mainland Europe with the chartering of a club in Madrid, Spain, on New Year’s Day 1921.

 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Secretary
Immediate Past President
Co-Membership Chair
Co-Membership Chair

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In communities with no services, incremental steps can go a long way

When Rotary members tried to bring toilets to a remote island, the population wasn’t ready.

The future: What can we expect when we get there?

As we stand at the threshold of the third decade of the 21st century, imagine where we’re

Why Rotarians should engage with program alumni

When clubs cultivate relationships with Rotary alumni, both sides benefit.

The sad truth about altruism is that there aren’t enough altruists

The people who fill the truly essential roles in society are often in short supply

History: Rotary in Spain survives challenges

After successfully establishing a presence in Great Britain and Ireland, Rotary expanded its reach to mainland Europe with the chartering of a club in Madrid, Spain, on New Year’s Day 1921.