Club Executives & Directors
President
Executive Secretary/Director
Treasurer
Floating Board Member
Past President
The Wolfeboro Rotary Club welcomes funding requests from community organizations in the towns it serves: Wolfeboro, Moultonboro, and Tuftonboro. Click here to reach us by email.
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“Imagine, a world that deserves our best, where we get up each day knowing that we can make a difference."

Wolfeboro

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 6:00 PM
35 Trotting Track Rd
Wolfeboro, NH 03894
United States of America
Our Club meetings are currently the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month. Some meetings will be scheduled at other locations. Please check the CALENDAR tab for current dates and meeting locations.
Mark your calendars! Starting the day after Thanksgiving, our full and fragrant trees will once again be available. We'll be at the Clark Museum Complex across from Huggins Hospital from 10 am to 4pm Fridays-Sundays 'til we run out.
 
We'll have an assortment of Frasers (super sturdy) and Balsams (smells like Christmas). Trees range in size from 6' to well over 10' and are priced $75 or $100, respectively. All proceeds from our tree sale goes directly back to the community in scholarships and support for children's' programming. Purchasing a Rotary Christmas Tree is the best gift you'll give this year!
The 2023 Rotary & Masons of Wolfeboro Charity Golf Tournament will be here before you know it.  We're looking for sponsors and golfers.  100% of the profit goes to support the youth in our community through scholarships and programming.  Sign up today and help make a difference in a meaningful way.
 
 
 
 
 
Rotary in Action
We are saddened to share that our fellow Rotarian Guy Lopez passed away last Friday evening due to complications from COVID.  Guy was incredibly active in the community, volunteering This is a heavy loss to our Rotary family.  Guy’s selfless dedication to community service is well-known.  Guy as a person was volumes more!  We will miss him terribly.
Today, Wolfeboro Rotary was pleased to present the Wolfeboro Police Department with a case of 2,000 face masks. We would like to give a huge thank you to all of our front-line workers who are keeping us safe.
Pictured are Fire Chief Skantze, Sergeant Michael Strauch and K9 Officer Riggs, Senior Dispatcher James Savage, Captain Mark Livie, Wolfeboro Rotary President Brian Laing and Wolfeboro Rotary Treasurer Mal Cook.
Rotary in Action
We are saddened to share that our fellow Rotarian Guy Lopez passed away last Friday evening due to complications from COVID.  Guy was incredibly active in the community, volunteering This is a heavy loss to our Rotary family.  Guy’s selfless dedication to community service is well-known.  Guy as a person was volumes more!  We will miss him terribly.
Today, Wolfeboro Rotary was pleased to present the Wolfeboro Police Department with a case of 2,000 face masks. We would like to give a huge thank you to all of our front-line workers who are keeping us safe.
Pictured are Fire Chief Skantze, Sergeant Michael Strauch and K9 Officer Riggs, Senior Dispatcher James Savage, Captain Mark Livie, Wolfeboro Rotary President Brian Laing and Wolfeboro Rotary Treasurer Mal Cook.
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