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The Rotary Club Newark partnered with the Newark Public Library on this amazing project.
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This Thursday we celebrate the changing of the guard, as I leave the post as Club president and Ed Lee assumes the post. I know we all wish Ed good luck as president.

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As you know Sandy packed a one-two punch, but not a knockdown blow. As Rotarians we have been on the forefront supplying first response supplies and responding to the needs of our nieghbors. District 7470 has set up a 501c3 fund to help those who have suffered from Sandy and for the possible crisis in the future.

 

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WE WANT YOU TO VISIT OUR MEETINGS!

Can't make our Tuesday lunch meetings at Rio Rodizio in Newark at 12:30pm at the corner of Rt 21 & Bridge St.?  Come to our Wednesday evening meeting scheduled on the third Wednesday of the month at 5:30pm at Martini 494 Bistro, located at the corner Broad and Bridge Sts. Parking is available free next the building.

You may buy Super Bowl Raffle tickets at any meeting also.   Contact Joe Marino for additional information,
jmarino@theappliedcs.com

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Posted by Sophia Smith on Jul 01, 2011
Let Sophia know it will be included in the next COG, with your permission of course!
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Our meeting location is Spanish Pavillion, at 31 Harrison Ave., Harrison, NJ 07029.  Join us at 12:15 Tuesdays for fun and fellowship. 100+ years and counting....

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It is with deep sadness that the members of the Newark Rotary Club bid a fond farewell to Dominic A. Lisanti. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Scotch Plains Rescue Squad or the Newark Museum.

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ImageThis year we will join efforts to support the District 7470 and sell raffle tickets. Proceeds will support the Gift of Life, http://giftoflifenj.org/. The grand prize is still Superbowl tickets...... interested? Contact a club member Sophia Modu using the email mamazeke at gmail tickets are still reasonable and support a great cause.

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While the meeting room at Martini 494 is under construction our evening meetings are on a temporary hold.....  until further notice.

 

Stay tuned!

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This year our Governor, Jim Allison has challenged us to make our District a sustaining district.  What does that mean you ask?  As you know all Rotarians are expected to support the Foundation with at least a $100 donation per year.  He is asking us to increase it by $10.  What is the benefit?  Special recognition from Rotary International.

Remember as well that if you give annually $100 you will achieve your goal of becoming a sustaining member and a Paul Harris Fellow, a prestigious honor on our circle which is also know outside as well.  Need more specific details ask John Wilson he would be happy to enlighten you.
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 Our Super Bowl winner is an active duty army medic; he and his mother share their excitement in winning the prize:

http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/video?id=8524455&syndicate=syndicate§ion

http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2012/02/02/nj-soldier-heading-to-super-bowl-after-mom-wins-5-raffle/ 

http://newarknj.patch.com/ (story links to CBS story)

http://www.news12.com/articleDetail.jsp?articleId=306209&position=1&news_type=news®ion_name=NJ®ionId=2

Our publicity keeps going on!  Congratulations Rotarians!

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 Looking forward to the New Year with my fellow Rotarians and a continuation of the great work we do!  Thank you!
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We celebrated the 2011 Holiday season with fellow Rotarians on Tuesday, December 20,

The Russo Brothers and the Cioppiettini's hosted the event with approximately 15 children from WISOMMM Charter School, Bruce Byrne leading the singing and even Santa!

The Newark Patch covered the event for us and we were featured in a story!

Thank you to those who gave of their talent and treasure to make the event a success.  We could not have done it without you and your continued support. 

 

The link to the Story in the Patch: http://newarknj.patch.com/articles/newark-rotary-club-spreads-holiday-cheer

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Happy Hanukkah!

As you celebrate the "Festival of Lights" blessings to you and your families.  Also wishing you a healty, happy and prosperous New Year!

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HurricaneNature is a wondrous concept something to both admire and fear.  Our hearts and prayers go out to those affected by the storm!  Be well and be safe in the coming weeks ahead.
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Theme: Vocational Service - Our Moral Compass
 
Evening Keynote Speaker: Kalyan Banergee, 2011-2012 RI President.
 
Afternoon speakers:
John Farmer Jr., Former NJ State Attorney General and current Dean of Rutgers Law School
Dr. Tina Kahill, Educator, Speaker, Humorist, and Author.
 
This is a joint event of all 5 Rotary Districts in New Jersey.  The Awards are given to promote the Vocational Avenue of Service and to recognize Rotarians within the Districts of New Jersey who are doing outstanding Vocational Service.
 
Date: Monday, Oct 03, 2011 at 3:00 PM  to 8:00 PM
 
Location: Pines Manor,    2085 Route 27, Edison, NJ 08817
Telephone: (732) 287-2222 Fax: (732) 287-2603 http://www.pinesmanor.com
 
District Chair:   DGE Avi Tilak avitilak9@gmail.com
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Another Newark Rotary Centennial Year was celebrated on Tuesday, June 21 at Rio Rodizio, graciously hosted by Past President Joe Casale. Thank you to the dinner committee:  Joe, Marilyn Torre, and Bob Schwarz, and to our treasurer, Dom Lisanti. 

Highlights of the evening were:

Rotary Chorus led by Bruce Byrne

Installation of new member Rob Schwarz

Presentation of John Wilson's 4th Level Paul Harris Award

An overview of the year's accomplishments by Joe Casale

Past President's Pin presented to President Maureen by Rich Russo

Passing of the gavel from President Maureen to 2011-2012 President Sophia 

Attendees included our oldest and newest members, and special guests. Club members welcomed Frank & June Cioppettini, Ian Edelson, Todd Edelson, Stan Holland, Phyllis Lisanti, Chi Modu, Elizabeth Russo, Madeline (Russo), Dottie Schwarz, Kathy Tilley, Paul Torre, and Pat Wickens. Thank you to Rio Rodizio management and staff, who were wonderful partners in creating a special event. The evening was just what a Rotary family gathering should be.  

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Our club hosted five mid-career professionals (and their leader) from Bogota, Columbia on April 19, anchored by the exchange visit at our luncheon. Showing off the best of the City, the group had a personalized tour of the Newark Museum by Ms. Sue Smith of the museum staff, and a Liz Del Tufo - led City Subway/walking tour of Pennsylvania Station, Branch Brook Park (during Cherry Blossom season) and the historic Forest Hill neighborhood. We stepped out the following evening to show off Ironbound dining at Mompou, after which our GSE member (2009, Finland) Nelson Rodriguez took the group out on the town for the rest of the night. New member Jeff Tilley provided a vocational visit at Hoffman LaRoche for the group's leader. Assistant Governor John Deermount (and his wife, Cindy), were valuable partners for the entire day. All in all, our club was an excellent ambassador for the City of Newark, and for Newark Rotary.

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Blairstown, NJ: Whether you know the location as · the Robert Treat Council of the Boy Scouts of America Camp Mohican · The Appalachian Mountain Club's Mohican Outdoor Center · The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area along the Appalachian Trail · The Kittatinny Mountains – Blairstown, New Jersey · Or are a supportive Rotarian, the aged camping shelter bearing the words 'Newark Rotary Club' needs to be restored. Newark Rotary has been a bridge between town and country for 100 years. We hope we can count on your generosity as we raise money and materials for our project, the project is still ongoing. For in-kind donations of construction materials, and to volunteer, contact construction manager Rotarian Joe Marino of Applied Construction Services at jmarino@theappliedcs.com. For financial donations, make your check payable to 'Newark Rotary Club' with 'Shelter' in the memo area, and send to: Mr. Dominic Lisanti, Treasurer 53 Maddaket, Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076. For more information, contact fundraising manager Rotarian Dan Merlino at d.merlino@ftnj.com.
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