Register Now for 2018 Rotary Summit

Engage with Rotarians and friends from five districts that serve New England and Quebec at the historic Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. Enjoy great conversations, delicious food, inspiring speeches, and so much more, including a service project that will join Rotarians, their families, Interactors, Rotaractors, RYLAns, and Youth Exchange students at the site of so many historic events. 
The Summit begins on Friday, May 4 at 12:00 noon and ends on Sunday, May 6 at 12:00 noon. "Optional" events will be offered on Thursday, May 3.
This Summit is the ultimate showcase for the programs and projects underway at each of the Rotary and Rotaract clubs in five Districts: 7780, 7790, 7850, 7910 and 7930. Share and be inspired by other service-minded individuals - and expand how you will be Making a Difference!
Don't miss out on the best of best, as we go all-out at your 2018 Rotary Summit! It takes only three easy steps for you to register for the Summit. 
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The Venue

Join Rotarians from around New England and Quebec at the historic Mount Washington Hotel for a weekend of great food, fun and fellowship.

The Program

Witness how 5 Districts, working of 4 Goals over 3 Days, focused on 2 Words fulfill the Summit Mission of Creating Positive Impact, Through Caring Service, Powered by You!

The Project

Our on-site service project will bring together hundreds of service-minded individuals to serve our communities and this Rotary year's theme: Making a Difference!
Summit News
Rotary International President Ian Riseley and his wife, Juliet Riseley (a past district governor), will be joining us on Friday, May 4 as we kickoff our 2018 Rotary Summit. It is a special occasion when Rotarians from New England and Quebec have an opportunity to hear RI's president speak live. His charm, wit, and incredible ability to engage the audience will be a highlight of the weekend.
Be sure to register early, as Friday's dinner will sell out. Riseley will share his vision for Rotary, his goals for this Rotary year, and how we, as Rotarians, and friends of Rotarians, can increase the positive impact we have in the world.

Riseley emphasizes that meaningful partnerships with corporations and other organizations are crucial to Rotary’s future. “We have the programs and personnel and others have available resources,” he says. “Doing good in the world is everyone’s goal. We must learn from the experience of the polio-eradication program to maximize our public-awareness exposure for future partnerships.”

To learn more on Ian Riseley, in English, click here.

To learn more on Ian Riseley, in French, click here.

The Mount Washington Hotel is located in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, which is part of a land grant made in 1772 by Royal Governor John Wentworth. The area was named after Bretton Hall, Wentworth's ancestral home in Yorkshire, England.

The superstructure of the hotel boasted a steel network, uncommon in its day. The hotel was built by New Hampshire native Joseph Stickney, who made his fortune in coal mining and the Pennsylvania Railroad. He spared no expense in building the imposing hotel. The latest design and construction methods were used. Innovative and complicated heating and plumbing systems were installed. To this day, the Mount Washington Hotel has its own private telephone system and Post Office.

To learn more on The Mount Washington Hotel, in English only, click here