From our President
It has been a pleasure leading this dynamic club during our 30th Anniversary year.
We are building on three decades of accomplishments in helping communities and organizations in our area and around the world.
Men and women of all ages and from all walks of life, our common bond as Rotarians is a commitment to “Service Above Self.” We believe in one thing – taking action to make a lasting impact both near and far.
You may know us from our annual Flags for Heroes display at Robert
Wood Johnson University Hospital in Hamilton or from the Miracle League of Mercer County we helped create for baseball players with special
needs. Or you may have seen or read about our many activities to support those in need.
You can get to know us better by attending one of our weekly meetings on Fridays at 7:30 a.m. at Pj’s Pancake House in Robbinsville. Guests and
potential new members are always welcome.
About our Club
Formed in 1992, our Rotary Club has enjoyed the opportunity to make a difference in our communities. We started as a spinoff of the Hamilton Rotary Club and took little time to establish our own identity as a club of action.
We support many organizations, initiatives and programs – and have fun doing it! Undaunted by our relatively small size, our club has taken on
major projects over the years, including:
- The construction of Megan’s Place, a quiet park in honor of Megan Kanka.
- The creation of Adopt-a-Child/Save-a-Life to provide shelter and vocational training to street children in Brazil.
- A $300,000 capital campaign to build the Miracle League of Mercer County barrier-free baseball field.
- The construction of the gazebo/bandstand at the Robbinsville Town Center lake.
We continue to pursue ways – large and small – to be a positive force for the people in our communities.
Friends of Rotary
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