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Lebanon-Riverside

Service Above Self

Alternating breakfast and lunch meetings on Thursdays. See Bulletin on home page for next meeting.
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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THINK SPRING AND SAVE THE DATE, THURSDAY May 24, 2018 for the Lebanon Rotary Club’s 25th ANNUAL BEDELL CHARITY GOLF CLASSIC at Eastman Golf Links. The proceeds from this important fundraiser allow us to continue essential support for local, regional and international projects. Our local projects include the Riverside Community Park;, providing books for  children at the Kilton Library in West Lebanon; food drives for Listen Center; and supporting Spark. In the schools we provide every 1st grader with a book of their own called a 1st grade reader. In the High School we provide scholarships; sponsor their Interact Club; and provide youth leadership training though our region’s Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RLYA) program. Please join us and get involved in this Golf Classic by organizing a foursome, sponsoring a hole, providing a raffle prize, or come and volunteer on the day the event.   SEE YOU AT EASTMAN!
 
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Lebanon Riverside Rotary

PO BOX 5394

West Lebanon NH 03784

Email: lebanonriversiderotargolf@gmail.com

Five Lebanon-High School Students from the 9th and 10 Grade Participate in Our 2018 Speech Contest. Mary reflected on the power of a mentor; and our runner-up shared the power of random acts of kindness.
 
Mary Gile — 9th Grade
Lebanon High School
 
Congratulation to Mary Gile, winner of the Lebanon-Riverside Speech Contest.  First runner up was Joey Leva.  
 
 
Joey Leva
9th Grade — Lebanon High School
We were joined by our 2017 RYLArians (RYLA - Rotary Youth Leadership Award) recipients.  RYLA is an intensive leadership experience organized by Rotary clubs and districts to help students develop leadership skills while having fun and making connections.
 

From: Michael Wanigasekera  

Subject: Cambodia Follow up. Thank You Lebanon Rotary!!

Hi Dean and Bob,

I just arrived back from a successful trip to Cambodia and to my Peace Corps village. I was able to do many projects such as developing an additional school library, purchased books, bookshelves, posters, tables, and other materials, purchased two panel signs for Khmer Proverbs, a flower garden for the school, basketballs, new rims for the hoops, and paint. I painted a few murals, and was able to give some money to some poor children.  Thank you again for your donation, because of the Rotary's kindness, support, and generosity, it was a very meaningful, impactful trip. If you can, please share this information with the group.  

I have attached some pictures below of the new library, and the newly painted murals.  Thank you again, the children and the community are so grateful.

Please stay in touch, God Bless

 

Santa's helpers at work at Listen Community Services.  Verifying all baskets contain requested items.  Rotarians having fun!!
                             
  
Our Great American Pie Buffet
July 4, 2017  
Over 200 pies donated 
We had fun working with our Rotary Club of Lebanon Partners too!
 
 
 
 
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Thanks to our Mascoma Interactors for their help!  So nice to have you join us!
 
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