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We Are Morristown Rotary & We Make A Positive Difference
We create positive change in our community and our world. We are all volunteers. We give time and resources to help others and we have fun, too. You've come to the right place to learn more about Rotarians, who we are, and what we do.
In case you are one of those who joined Rotary in hopes of finding paradise in the networking opportunities that don't remain a primary focus, I must enlighten you. The idea of "giving back" is the glue holding most clubs together. Despite the difficulty of finding a good meeting time or place, the diminishing numbers of members, the aging of the population and the difficulty in competing with the " hectic work and life schedules imposed upon younger potential members, some clubs continue to hang in there. The "giving back" idea is a wonderful oasis in a desert of taking.
Through high school and college, many are surrounded with the competition of sports, grades, and social events. Many are encouraged to do the "best they can do". They are sent into the marketplace to show how to be creative and more attractive to employers, customers and potential spouses. Treasuring the mass market, the advertising catch, the franchise success, the boast and puff, they push the limit of ethics in order to achieve, develop, produce and acquire. The focus is narrowed so that the achiever could more efficiently "get there", "make it big", "knock 'em dead", "take our share", and "win".
Along the way, our churches complain that the seats are not filled as they used to be. Individuals in other civic groups, as well as our Rotary members, have had years of stumbling. Is it any surprise that many people are in search of a way to find meaning and satisfaction in the work of the day?
We no longer often see the tree we cut used to build the roof that shelters us. We no longer often raise the com or cow that becomes what fills our stomach. Most of us are separated from the satisfaction of seeing and feeling the stuff that we do as it is turned into the benefit we hoped would result.
This is where Rotary lives. This is where Rotary soars. This is where your potential good members are found. Find someone who wants to feel the satisfaction of "giving back" and they will find in Rotary the enjoyment which will be immediate and contagious. We have what they need. We show first hand and immediately what it is to be a part of a loving and caring neighborhood of friends who expand the definition of "home" to include all of us. We help those who need help. We do this. Giving back is what we do.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 7:00PM, MORRISTOWN HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
featuring YALDA T. UHLS, Ph.D., Child Psychologist & Research Expert on Media & Children
Dr. Uhls will also moderate a Q&A discussion between the parent community & guest panelists: Erica Hartman, Supervisor of Technology, Morris School District, and Dr. Michael Giuliano, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Morristown Medical Center.
"Rotary Club of Morristown" meets at "The Morristown Club," a destination enjoyed by local business leaders and their families for over 100 years. The location at 27 Elm Street is rich in history with beautiful ambiance and delicious food, and it is within walking distance of greater downtown.
Good People. Good Works. Good Food. Walk to lunch meetings on Wednesday. Connect with business owners and committed volunteers. Become a part of it. We welcome new members. Contact Denny Morrison, Membership, for more information.
Rotarian Doug Greenberger, a Trustee of The Green, is featured in this MorristownGreen.com story: http://morristowngreen.com/2015/04/17/going-for-a-greener-green-morristown-must-keep-off-the-grass-for-a-few-weeks/
Rotarians are good people to do business with and they're in every sort of business!
[MORRISTOWN ROTARIANS, To have your Business shown here, email info to Denny. Thanks!]
ALL COMPUTERS GO! Umut Bitlisli, Owner. Computer Service in-house or your location: setups, upgrades, wireless networks, spyware/virus removal, data recovery & more
THE BRUEN GROUP, COLDWELL BANKER Debbie Bruen of The Bruen Group, an award winning Realtor
DUBLIN PUB Jim Mongey, Owner, and Morristown Rotary Club Past President
WENNOGLE LAW Denise Wennogle of Wennogle Law, a Collaborative Divorce Practitioner
Click here for ROTARY DISTRICT 7470 BUSINESS DIRECTORY
THANK YOU to everyone who contributed to the BEST EVER Taste of Morristown, from those who planned and executed, toted and carried, brought food, wine and servers, and those who attended. It was a spectacular evening of tasting, toasting, socializing and winners going home with prizes. ALL Profits will benefit local and international humanitarian charitable causes. Morristown Rotary Club says "THANK YOU."
Morristown Rotary Club members attended a Valentine's Day Dinner Dance sponsored by the Morris Plains Rotary Club. The even was held at The Hanover Manor. The band played great 1970's tunes, and some from the 1960's, too. A few club members are in these photos.
Rotary and friends had a great time at The Prudential Center watching NJ Devils win. Thanks to Carol for organizing this fundraiser for Gift Of Life & a "fun-raiser" for the Club! Special thanks to Midge putting her firsthand knowledge of "The Rock" to good use. [Pictured: Deborah, Sue, Denise & John].
Nutrition educator Jennifer Percival conducts a cooking demonstration for beneficiaries of the Interfaith Food Pantry in the Healthy Choice Teaching Kitchen.
Solar Lighting Project: A report by Paul Sigmund, Ministry Of Hope, to Morristown Rotary Club regarding their $2,500 grant.
Ideas sometimes arise unexpectedly. During the first week of last year’s trip to Malawi, we constructed swing sets at MOH's feeding centers. Mid way through the second week, as we were enjoying the African sunset after the day’s work building a gravity drip irrigation system for a vegetable garden, I was struck by the suddenness via which the sunset plunged into total darkness. As the sun fades, without electricity all activity at the remote feeding centers comes to a halt and the kids MOH serves quickly leave for home in the surrounding villages. What a difference a few electric lights might make!
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