Milford Rotary Club

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM

Milford Community House

5 Union St. ~ PO Box 618
Milford, NH 03055
United States

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Posted by Jane Lyttle on Apr 09, 2014

On Wed May 7th the club's weekly lunch meeting once again will be  transformed into a huge Chicken BBQ where the honored guests are our area senior citizens!


For 36 years Rotarians have been inviting seniors living in the local area to join us for a free, no reservations needed barbecue. Click here for more history about this community service event. Rotarians, assisted by Lesli Rendall's Souhegan High students and other student groups, do all of the cooking, serving and clean-up. Rotarians are asked to pay $20 for their lunch that day with the "extra" dollars helping to offset the cost of this community service event. Bring your appetite and gift of gab! The famous Rotary Chicken is delish and our guests love to chat.


Posted by John Siemienowicz on Apr 10, 2014

Image  Senator Kelly Ayotte is scheduled to visit the Milford Rotary Club on Wed April 23rd as our guest speaker. Rotarians and invited guests will have an opportunity to dialogue firsthand with Senator Ayotte.
Posted by Janet Langdell on Apr 14, 2014

Just a reminder that Bridges will be holding their 2014 Milford Hope event on Wednesday May 21st. The Milford Rotary Club is in the second year of a three year commitment to donate $10,000 each year to Bridges. For more information about this wonderful and unfortunately much needed community resource, please click here. To RSVP and for additional information about the event, please contact Pamela Auer at 603-889-0858 ext. 214 or



Posted by Janet Langdell on Apr 13, 2014

Preparations are well underway for Milford Rotary's 100 Holes of Golf in One Day Tournament. So save the date - Friday July 25th at the Amherst Country Club. 

Captain Tom Quinn is looking for Tee & Green and other sponsors. Many thanks to our Hole-in-one sponsors -


The 100 Holes Raffle Tickets, with the great coupons, are ready for sale! Milford Rotarians should see Cynthia Dokmo to get their allotment. Paula Telage is organizing the 50/50 Program with our local non-profit partners.

Anyone interested in golfing as an individual or on a team should contact Marc Chareth or Ray Bent. As a special treat for the 20th, these guys are organizing a Pool Party & Pig Roast for our golfers. Sponsored by Edward Jones Investments, this added event will be held on Saturday July 26th.

The "volunteer" sign-up sheet for tournament day tasks will be going around soon. If you are interested in caddying, please let Tom or John know as soon as possible.


Posted by Janet Langdell on Apr 12, 2014

One of the highlights at this year’s Rotary District 7870 Training Assembly on April 5th was a break-out session conducted by our local Earlyact Club.

The Souhegan Earlyact Club presented the début of their Leadership Project video. Below are some photos from the video.

Bravo to the all the Earlyact members and to their advisor Claudine Hessmer-Husainy.

A copy of the video is available on the Milford Rotary Club's Facebook page. Click here to visit the club's Facebook page then scroll down to locate the video. You'll need to click on the block arrowhead to start the video.

Unfamiliar with Earlyact? Click here to view a brief PowerPoint presentation about Earlyact


Posted by Janet Langdell on Apr 09, 2014


The Milford Rotary Club was treated to a sweet after lunch presentation by local "chocolate and sugar" artist Doug Nelson. Doug, a third generation candy maker, owns and operates Nelson's Candies located at 65 Main Street in Wilton. Doug's daughter Janet operates a branch of Nelson's in Cornville, Maine making it four generations of Nelson candy artists since 1914.


In addition to being a wonderful raconteur and sugar artist, Doug is an accomplished musician. To serve his musical avocation, Doug plays with his band, Sweet Tooth, and operates a music café next door to the candy shop in Wilton. Next up on  the "Locals Café" calendar is  the Rynborn Legend  BOBBY RADCLIFF. Mr Radcliff will be backed by the Skip Philbrick Blues Band  on Saturday April 26, 2014.  Doors open at 7 pm  General admission $30  Tickets can be purchased at Nelson's Candies 65 Main Street Wilton, N.H. 03086  (or by calling 603-654-5030 to reserve by credit card- note $2 charge per ticket) Tickets are limited!  House band to open - BYOB. Check them out on Facebook under Nelson's Candies.

Posted by Janet Langdell on Mar 28, 2014

ADG and Milford Rotarian Doug Rupert and his lovely wife MaryAnn are on a tour of Australia. Along the way they took in a Rotary meeting at the Rotary Club of Melbourne. As Doug noted in a recent email this is the oldest Rotary Club in Australia. They meet in the Grand Ballroom of the majestic Windsor Hotel that is right next door to Parliament Maybe the location explains the $42  per person for lunch. Hope Doug will share some insights about their Footy Tipping fundraiser!

Pictured below are Doug, all spiffed out with his "Light Up Rotary" tie, Mary Ann Rupert. and Rotary Club of Melbourne President Keith McNeil. Click here to visit the RC of Melbourne website.


Posted by Janet Langdell on Feb 26, 2014



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President Elect Richard J. Boyd
Vice President Cynthia J. Dokmo
Past President Ryan Hansen
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Assistant Secretary Judi Dunbar
Treasurer Robert Moulton
Assistant Treasurer Claudine Hessmer-Husainy
Director Carl Michaud
Director Christopher Rogers
Director Christopher Nervik
Director Colleen Moynihan
Director Michelle Sampson
Director Janet Langdell
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Membership Chair Ken Fordham
RI Foundation Chair Sheila Sturm
Youth Exchange Officer Douglas Rupert
Youth Exchange Counselor Cyrille A. Thibault
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Early Act Adult Leader Claudine Hessmer-Husainy
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