Speaker Date Topic
Opera House Players - Mike Cirrielo Mar 28, 2018
New theater group, The Opera House Players, are coming to Enfield
Enfield Police Chief, Alric Fox Apr 04, 2018
New police chief's perspective on the Enfield community
Club President Carol Bohnet Apr 11, 2018
Club Assembly
Haitian Health Foundation, Marilyn Lowney Apr 18, 2018
Student Recognition at Enfield High School Apr 25, 2018
Community based meeting and tour

This week's meeting will be held at Enfield High School. We will have lunch served by the EHS Culinary Program and have a tour of the school. We will also be honoring the High School Recognition honorees.

Free Lunch Comics, Matt Ryan May 02, 2018
The Creative Process and How Comics are Created
Past President Kevin Mayo May 09, 2018
Club Assembly

Several Board members and club members will be attending the District Assembly at the Holiday Inn throughout the morning.

Current President Carol Bohnet and President-Elect Scott Kaupin will be attending the business meeting and lunch with the District.

Past President Kevin Mayo will run the Enfield Rotary lunch meeting which will be held at the normal time and place, 12:15 pm, Holiday Inn.

Korean Spirit & Culture Project - Younhee Shin May 23, 2018
Raising Awareness of Korean History and Culture.

Korean Spirit & Culture Promotion Project (KSCPP) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that is dedicated to raising awareness of Korean history and culture. In appreciation for the United States’ support for Korea during the Korean War and in the years that followed, since 2009, KSCPP has held 1,500 presentations about the history and culture of Korea including 350 different rotary clubs throughout the country and in Europe

Global Water Project - Rick Lawrence Jun 06, 2018
Global Grants

At this time of year most residents in the United States pause and give thanks for all the blessings we have living in our country.   As a result of our combined efforts for the past ten years over 7,600 indigenous Mayans in Guatemala are equally thankful for having clean water, sanitation facilities and improved vented cook stoves.  Unfortunately, there are millions more in Guatemala (and many other parts of the world) where daily access to potable water and sanitation facilities are not possible.   

Club President Carol Bohnet Jun 13, 2018
Club Assembly