Rotary Club of Tilton-Northfield
​PO Box 679, Tilton, NH 03276   email: tnrotary@gmail.com
July 2017
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Welcome to our Club!

Tilton-Northfield

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
Onion's Pub and Restaurant
255 Main Street
Tilton, NH  03276
United States
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As you may know, the Tilton-Northfield Rotary Club is currently working on funding for projects that will greatly impact lives, not only here locally, but in places where hope is in short supply! Together, we created a fundraising event, called the GOLDEN TICKET...it is a contribution that you could make to help support our work!
 
The donation automatically enrolls you in a raffle. The raffle will be drawn at our annual golf tournament on August 10th, 2017. The prize is up to $10,000.00! We have a total of 200 GOLDEN TICKETS, for $100 each. The money raised will help support local organizations and the Rotary Foundation Shelter Box program. When a disaster strikes anywhere in the world, Rotary shelter boxes provide shelter, pots and pans, blankets, and most of all HOPE! Your donation will also help support our clean water efforts to those in need.
 
We are asking for your support in purchasing a "GOLDEN TICKET" so that you can help us, help others. If interested in purchasing a $100 GOLDEN TICKET, please contact any Tilton-Northfield Rotary Club member for more information.
 
Don't miss your opportunity to help and win big at the same time!
 
 
Speakers
Keryn Bernard Kriegl
Aug 02, 2017
Children's Trust
Larise Djuvelex - Ruggiero
Aug 09, 2017
CAP _ Transportation Options Belknap + Merrimack counties for seniors and disabled
Edith Gault
Aug 16, 2017
Belknap House
District Governor Jon Springer
Aug 23, 2017
Offical Visit
General Assembly
Aug 30, 2017
David Morgan
Sep 06, 2017
Future In Sight
General Assembly
Sep 27, 2017
 
 
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