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During Covid

Bob Young, one of Rotaries more active members has taken on the mission to distribute Face-Masks to other Non-Profit organizations in our community.  This helps take the unusual financial stress off of their budgets and allow them to help their customers.

Rotary tries to address the needs of our communities through it's local chapters.  They rely on the local clubs to determine what the needs of their communities are and not try to provide a blanket response to a large area.

To date, the North Conway Rotary has distributed over 40, 000 face-masks to the communities non-profits.  Here is the most current list:

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Sau 9 (Kennett HS, Kennett M.S., Pine tree El, Conway El, John Fuller El., Bartlett and Jackson schools).

Sau 13 (Madison Elementary and Kenneth A. Brett)

SAU 20 (Gorham Middle/High school and Edward Finn elementary)

Sau 49 (Governor Wentworth/Ossipee schools)

Pope Memorial Library

Conway Public Library

N.E. Woodlands Charter School

Robert Frost Charter School



Bartlett Rec.  Center

Conway Rec. Center

North Conway Rec.  Center

Conway Town Offices

Center Conway Fire Dept.

North Conway Fire Dept.

Children Unlimited

Gibson Center

Gorham NH Family resource center

Vaughan Child Care Center

Embrace the Grace Ministries

Anita Held, founder of  Embrace the Grace Ministries, gave a presentation to the Rotary Club of North Conway explaining what the organizations mission was in caring for widows and orphans in Zambia.  They aim to empower the widows and the disadvantaged by teaching them trades to help provide for their families and themselves.  The charity supplies the children with two meals a day.  

Our club donated $1,000.00 to Embrace the Grace Ministries to offset the hardship they have experienced in providing meals to the children during these Covid-19 times.

If you would like to learn more about their cause or give, you can visit their website at: 

Anita Held


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Video Presentation Highlighting Embrace The Grace Ministries Work in Zambia


The Club Watching Anita's Presentation

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North Conway Rotary Receives Volunteer of the Year Award

Several Area Rotary Clubs Joined Forces with Concerned Volunteers From The Area to Help Clean Up The Notch to Preserve It's Natural Beauty.

This Is Planned To Be An Annual Event.

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Saturday, July 22nd is thePinkham Notch Clean-up Event

Our Club Has Been Honored with the Volunteer of the Year Award!  Our of the hundreds of charity organizations in the valley, the Rotary Club of North Conway was singled out for this honor.  We do so much for the community along with International Outreach.

We can only do what we do because of the members of Rotary that join forces to champion the members individual causes as well as responding to the needs of the valley.  As they say, "Many Hands Make Light Work".

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