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Lebanon-Riverside

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1st and 3rd Thursday at 12 noon; 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 7 AM
Dwinell Room Building E. at Harvest Hill
Alice Peck Day Drive
Lebanon [PO Box 5394, West Lebanon, NH 03784], NH  03766
United States
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Ashlee Rowley
Health and Dance
 
 
Ashlee Rowley talked to us about dance.  She is part of Dance Arts Academy in Sunapee.  From the web page:
 

Dance Arts Academy will provide a positive, proactive, learning environment for any and all students looking to explore dance and the performing arts. We will encourage exploration, self-confidence, strength and growth through motivational, educational and creative outlets.

​Dance education for students ages 2 and up. We will provide recreational, competitive and pre-professional training for students interested in learning more about the performing arts. We will provide a safe, reliable, fun location for kids to feel comfortable in pushing their boundaries, growing their self-esteem and exploring their artistic and athletic selves.​

DAA will strive to provide quality, top notch dance education to students in a positive, healthy and successful manner, with a focus on giving back to our communities. Click here for the web page

We learned a few Cha Cha moves, and some ballet arm movements.  A fun meeting!

What do we mean when we talk about peace? Is it possible to measure peacefulness? What conditions foster peace, and how can Rotary help create them?
Rotary is addressing those questions and forming a strategic partnership with the Institute for Economics and Peace, a leader in the study of peace and conflict.
The institute has pioneered a conceptual framework for positive peace, which identifies and measures the attitudes, institutions, and structures that create and sustain peaceful societies. They include, for example, a sound business environment, a well-functioning government, and the free flow of information.
Through this partnership, Rotary will work with the institute to create:
  • An online learning platform, with webinars and interactive tools, that Rotary members and Rotary Peace Fellows can use to build on their expertise. It will teach them how to apply new peacebuilding methods and mobilize communities to address the issues behind conflicts.
  • Positive peace workshops, funded by global grants and hosted by Rotary clubs around the world, to provide training in the framework of positive peace. The goal is to foster community-based projects in peace and conflict resolution that are both practical and meaningful.
This partnership will enable Rotary members, peace fellows, and others to design and execute stronger peace projects and promote peace more broadly, which is crucial to meeting our humanitarian objectives in every community
 
Come Join us for Brewfest 2017
 
The BrewFest Web page can be found by clicking here
 

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The Rotary Club of Lebanon is hosting our 1st BrewFest event on Sept. 30, 2017 at the Municipal Airport in Lebanon, N.H. The proceeds will benefit local youth programs, scholarships and other non-profit programs.

General admission ticket will include all of the beer tasting.

Gates open at 12 noon and last serve is at 4 pm.

There will be live music throughout the day. Food will be available from various vendors.

This is a an event for adults 21 years old and over. No one under the age of 21 will be admitted.

 
Lebanon Bike Officer Brett Quillia was our speaker.  He described training for bike officers and how they patrol.
 
Officer Quillia had his one week training in Laconia to become a bike officer.  In addition,  Brett has taken a trainer's course in Hartford, Connecticut.  He is now a certified bike patrol trainer.  He let us know that he will be educating police officers in Hanover who will be part of a new bike patrol team.  He will teach them about using a mountain bike for police work.  
 
He shared that he often patrols by bike at night.  When on bike patrol at night he checks on businesses...checking to make sure they are locked, patrols cemeteries, the rail trail and shopping areas in West Lebanon.  During the daylight, in addition to checking on businesses, he checks in with kids, watched for car and pedestrian safety in congested areas like Colburn Park.  He puts about 20 mile on his bike each shift he is able to patrol on his bike.
 
The bike portion of his duties ends in November because of winter conditions in Upper Valley.
 
When asked what we could do to help our police officers.  He asked all of us to be a little less aggressive when we are driving.  Be patient and be safe.
 
 
 
Officer Brett Quillia
Our Great American Pie Buffet
July 4, 2017  
Over 200 pies donated 
We had fun working with our Rotary Club of Lebanon Partners too!
 
 
 
 
&
Thanks to our Mascoma Interactors for their help!  So nice to have you join us!
WEDNESDAY, June 21, 2017
 
Changeover
 
Salt Hill Pub, West Lebanon
 
Celebrating Karen Clement's Leadership — 2016/2017 Rotary Year!
 
 
Sustainability Award Presented to Karen By Bill Secord
 
A Gift of Appreciation from the Club to Karen
 
Presenting Karen with the Club's Honorary Paul Harris Fellowship Award
       
       
       
       
       
      Karen Thank You for Leading Us in 2016/2017!!
       
      Now on the 2017/2108 Rotary Year Under Bill Secord's Leadership!!
       
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