The Rotary Clubs of Bristol, Lincoln-Woodstock, North Conway, Ossipee, Plymouth, and White Mountains invite you to join with us to brighten up our area’s most scenic highways, byways, and trailheads. The more volunteers we attract, the more impact we will have. We are looking for support from individuals, other service clubs and organizations, chambers of commerce, school groups, churches, municipalities, area businesses, and anyone who would  like to join us as we Clean Up New Hampshire.

We are currently planning the Pinkham Notch Cleanup Day. The date is Saturday, July 24th, from 8am to noon.

You may have heard DG Jamie or DG Mike talk about the Kanc Clean Up we did on July 5th.  A large group of volunteers came out and worked in teams collecting trash from designated sites along the Kancamagus Highway between Lincoln, NH and Conway, NH.  
This was a great example of what we can create when Rotarians come together.  Members of five different clubs, along with members of the community, and support from public agencies, worked together to gather and dispose of approximately 60 bags of refuse from along the sides of the highway, significantly improving the beauty and usability of this area. Plus we had a great time together! 
Our next effort will take place in Pinkham Notch, beautifying the area around Mt Washington.  We're looking for up to 50 volunteers to join us on the morning of July 24th for the cleanup, and a fun community barbecue at the base of Mt Washington Auto Road to celebrate our successes afterwards. 
Sign up here: VOLUNTEER!