Sustainability is our focus
for next year's conference with hope that Rotary;s
2016-2017 theme,
"Rotary Serving Humanity"
will endure.



Hosted by District Governor Jay Polimeno of the Lincoln Woodstock Rotary Club

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Meg Fanion began her Rotary career at the age of 14 as an InterAct member at her local high school. As a senior, she became President of her club and won a Rotary Scholarship to persue her studies in International Relations at The University of Connecticut. In 2011, she joined The One Campaign, a grassroots organization co founded by Bono to eliminate extreme poverty and prevent treatable diseases, as a Congressional District Leader. Meg worked to get her Congressmen and Congresswomen on the record in support of a robust International Affairs budget. She has worked in the hospitality industry for most of her adult life. She currently is the Director of Special Events and Sponsorships for Infinity Music Hall and Bistro in Hartford, CT. Meg spoke at Rotary meetings and kept in contact with the Rotarians she met in High School through InterAct. She officially joined Bristol Rotary Club in 2012 and is the current President. She has continued to keep the youth engaged through community involvement and maintains a strong relationship with the InterAct students and advisors.   Geoff and Heather Krill have made the Lincoln Woodstock community their home for over 15 years now. Heather is a high school English teacher at Lin-Wood Public School, and Geoff is the executive director of Eastern Adaptive Sports, a non profit organization located in Ashland, NH which provides sporting opportunities for people with physical and/ or cognitive disabilities and their families. Geoff also works for Loon Mountain's Snowsports School as their technical director, in addition to being the adaptive captain for the National PSIA Demonstration Team. Both Geoff and Heather are linked closely with our local Rotary and understand full well the importance and challenges for volunteer based organizations. Furthermore, three years ago, Heather was awarded Rotary's Alonzo Malouin Memorial Scholarship for teachers wishing to pursue a professional dream. The outcome of this grant was a realistic fiction novel entitled True North, which Heather authored and revised with students in her classes who were interested in authentic revision practice. Together, they have a five year old daughter named Greta and a seven year old son named Carver who keep them very busy. Their best family moments take place playing outside, hiking or biking or skiing together in our White Mountains. Learn more about them through their individual websites located at or

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