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Join the Community Walk For RecoveryVisit the Community Recovery Fair in Putnam Park, Peterborough Sunday afternoon, October 17th from 1 pm to 3:30 pm and help our communities support people in recovery from Substance Use Disorders!

  • Join the Community Walk For Recovery, a 3-mile walk to show your support for those in recovery and the agencies on the frontlines of substance misuse prevention, treatment and recovery! Register at Putnam Park from 1 to 1:30 pm and walk with us!

  • Meet professionals the leading agencies that prevent and treat  people with Substance Use Disorders and support them through their recovery process. Find resources, get referrals and gather information on ways to help those you care about.

  • Hear Keynote speaker Phil Wyzik, CEO of Monadnock Family Services and leader of regional planning for SUD prevention, discuss a regional approach to fighting this past year's rise in Substance Use Disorders!

The Community Recovery Fair and Walk For Recovery is sponsored by the Grand Monadnock Rotary. Suggested donations of $10 and up will fund regional recovery efforts. Please share this invitation with your social media friends, and click to download a high-res copy of the Community Walk For Recovery poster to print and post in your offices and places you go!

Messages to the Community
from the Recovery Community

 
Help share our message of hope for those in Recovery and encouragement for those seeking sobriety.
Please share this video with your friends on Facebook, Twitter and the rest!
 
(Video of 2020 Community Recovery Fair by Reality Check)
 
On September 28, 2021, Mandy Sliver from Leadership NH attended the Rotary meeting to discuss Leadership NH and to answer questions.
 
To learn more about Leadership NH, please visit their website: https://leadershipnh.org/
 
On September 21, 2021, Mariam Raqib from Afghanistan Samsortya join the Grand Monadnock Rotary club via Zoom to discuss how Afghans can be supported now and also how she supports needed environmental revitalization in Afghanistan. She discussed her background in Afghanistan as a young child and how and why she started this organization to help rebuild the environment with new trees and clean water.
 
To learn more about this program please visit: http://www.afghanistansamsortya.org/.
On August 31, 2021, Brian Beihl, Deputy Director of Open Democracy, attended the Grand Monadnock Rotary club meeting to discuss how business & civic leaders can play a role in a vital democracy without being partisan, and at the same time encourage younger workers to stay, keep employees engaged at work but also engaged in the community, and make sure our election system works for everyone.   
 
 
A poster for 'A Healthy Democracy is Good Business' states, "When everyone can participate in our electoral process, and they are properly and fairly represented, our government and economy work better for all."  Civic and business leaders play a critical role in helping to defend our freedoms, and by doing so, can help keep our democracy and economy strong. 
 

The nonpartisan Open Democracy, founded by Dublin's Doris "Granny D" Haddock, advocates for "an equal voice for all," whether that is equalizing the voice of the voter with that of special interests, making sure voting districts are created with a fair, nonpartisan & transparent process, or by making sure that everyone has the freedom to vote. 
 
Brian also leads the six Open Democracy Teams around the state as they engage with local, state and federal governments on democracy issues.  He recently moved to Alton Bay, NH, but was a 35-year resident of Antrim, where he was a business and community leader for many years, and citizen of the year in 2013.  He also was a Scoutmaster, chair of the Mt Monadnock District of Scouts BSA, and served on the Daniel Webster Council, among many community roles.   
Welcome to the Grand Monadnock Rotary Club
Grand Monadnock Rotary

Serving Our Towns & Our World

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:30 AM
MaXT Makerspace / Zoom
49 Vose Farm Rd, Ste 110
Peterborough, NH 03458
United States of America
Phone:
(603) 566-4928
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Upcoming Club Events
Speakers
Nuttin Ordinary Tour
Oct 26, 2021 7:30 AM
Nuttin Ordinary Tour
Bethany Claus
Nov 02, 2021 7:30 AM
Maps
Gene Jonas
Nov 09, 2021 7:30 AM
Hungry Bear Farm