Rotary Club of Durham Great Bay 
Names Citizen’s of The Year 2021-2022
Club serves Durham, Lee, Madbury, Newmarket and Barrington towns.  Since the pandemic the club had not held an event.  
Michael Hoffman of Durham and Thomas Dronsfield Jr. of Lee are the recipients this year.
June 4, 2022 was Durham Day.  Downtown Durham was filled with citizens, business people, non-profits and fun.
The Rotary Club of Durham Great Bay is selling lilac shrubs to support our Charitable Fund. Our Charitable Fund supports lots of great causes locally like scholarships for local high school seniors. Lilac Shrubs are available in Blue, White, and Red and will be in 3 gallon containers ranging in size from 18-24 inches. Once they mature the shrubs height will be between 8 and 10 feet.
These shrubs will be ready to plant and make a great gift! Pre-Order your shrub today at See the attached flyer for more information
All plants must be picked up on May 13,14, and 15, Friday, 12-5 PM, Saturday, 9-5 PM., and Sunday, 10-5. We recommend picking up Friday if possible to keep your shrub out of the elements.  Pickup will be at the Mill Road Plaza, Durham NH.
Madbury Public Library:  Members of Durham Great By Rotary Club helped with the ordering of plants, pickup and delivery/unloading of plant material, backhoe work, spotting, planting, mulching and cleanup, during the installation of the planting plan/design provided by Phil Albright. 
Eileen Doyon
Oct 12, 2022 7:30 AM
“Getting versus Giving”
District Governor Claudia Frost
Oct 19, 2022 5:30 PM
Presentation about Rotary/Forum
Jeanne Richards - Classification Talk
Nov 02, 2022 7:30 AM
Jeanne Richards - Classification Talk
District Vision Speaker
Nov 16, 2022 5:30 PM
Club Vision
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