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The Rotary is happy to announce that starting May 10 we will be meeting in person at Mitchell Hill at the Roberge Center, 50 N. Main St, Rochester. We meet on Mondays from 12-1pm. come check us out, stay for lunch (only $13) and join the Rochester NH Rotary Club. Can't come in person? Email us at RochesterNHRotary@gmail.com and we will send a link to join us remotely. Meetings on April 26 and May 3 are remote only.  #ServiceAboveSelf 
Rotarians Kathy Sessler and John Hall deliver gift cards purchased at various Rochester restaurants to staff working on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic at Frisbie Memorial Hospital.  From left to right: T.J. Jean (VP Operations FMH), Kathy Sessler, John Hall, Jeff Scionti (CEO FMH), and Matt Untch (CFO FMH).
In order to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus in our community, the Rochester Rotary Club has suspended all in-person lunch meetings until June 15th. Instead, the club will be providing virtual meeting opportunities. For details on virtual meetings, please email President Al Johnson at ajohnson@atlanticbb.com
The Rochester Rotary club has adopted a new donation program! Each quarter, the Rochester Rotary club will accept applications from organizations seeking funding. These applications will give our Donations Committee the information they need to make decisions about how the club’s money should be used to benefit the community. We are now accepting donation requests through September 30th. Please download the application form HERE. It is our hope that this program will allow us to make more substantial donations and have a bigger impact on our community.
Thanks to a generous donation from Eastern Propane's Swing for Charities Fundraiser, Rochester Rotary was able to provide 300 dictionaries to all the 3rd graders in Rochester again this year! Special thanks to John Hall for coordinating the Rotary Dictionaries project and to Cider Berry and Penny Mabey of Eastern Propane for sponsoring this wonderful literacy program. 
Rotarians John Hall (far left) & Cider Berry (far right) stand with Penny Mabey of Eastern Propane and the 3rd grade class at Nancy Loud School to show off their new dictionaries.
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