PO Box 679 | Tilton, NH 03276 Tel: 603-545-3013
Club General Assembly
Review Scholarship Applications
NH Dairy Association
Public Information Rep 911
Bartlett Dairy Farm
Club General Assembly
No speaker scheduled
Special Olympics NH
Director of Development
TILTON-NORTHFIELD ROTARY CLUB
SERVICE ABOVE SELF
The 3rd annual T-N Rotary Pet Expo had a new venue this year - the former Agway building in Tilton. The building was graciously made available to Rotary by AutoServ of Tilton. Pet owners were able to register their dogs (Northfield), obtain rabies vaccinations, even on-site cat neutering through Rozzie May Pet Alliance. There were numerous vendors, many of them pet related. The highlight of the Expo was the demo put on by Plymouth’s Sgt. Newcomb and his K-9 dog, Bruder.
Over 175 rabies vaccines were delivered before the vet (Norm MacDonald) ran out at 12:15 PM. Lakeside Animal Hospital quickly stepped up by making appointments with those pet owners who came after the shots ran out.
Many thanks to organizer Don Carpenter, AutoServ of Tilton, the vendors and the WRHS Interactors.
T-N Rotary Supporters Appreciation
Onions Pub & Restaurant
Thursday, May 30, 5 - 7 PM
Saturday, June 22, 8 AM
Timmons Team Alzheimer’s 5k
Sunday, June 23
T-N Rotary Annual Golf Tournament
Thursday, August 15
Lochmere Country Club
May is Promote International Convention month!
Have you read the May edition of The Rotarian Magazine? If not, you are missing out on some great reading. The article featured on the cover reviews the dangers many polio immunization volunteers face in countries like Nigeria. Did you know that Nigeria is the only place in the world where polio cases are increasing? There were articles on hiking. Did you know hiking increases creative thinking and problem solving skills? Or that a Rotarian (Larry Luxenberg) established a museum dedicated to the Appalachian Trail. He belongs to the Rotary Club of NYC. The museum is located in Pennsylvania - close to the trail’s midpoint. Frank Bures wrote an article on commencement speeches and what he wished someone had told him when he graduated. “We have no idea how we got where we are. None of us fully understand exactly how we succeeded, or why we failed. A lot of it is luck. What matters, though , isn’t the luck itself, but what you do with it. Your life will be a mess. And in the end, that’s both the joy and the sorrow of it. That’s what makes it mysterious. That’s what makes it rewarding. That’s what makes it terrifying. That’s what makes it interesting. That’s what makes it life.” Be sure to read your copy!