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Scholarship Selections

Congratulations to the recipients of our Rotary Club’s 2023 scholarship awards. They are:

• Jay DeMatteo, Robbinsville High School, $1,500
• Caitlin McCarthy, Steinert High School, $1,000
• Alexia Sirimis, Nottingham High School, $1,000
• Sarah Formica, Nottingham High School, $1,000
• Joceline Galeano, Nottingham High School, $1,000
• Mackenzie Multari, The Peddie School, $1,000
• Lauren Multari, The Peddie School, $1,000

The awards were made possible through the Club’s annual Dollars for Scholars raffle. Thank you to all who purchased tickets for the raffle and best wishes to our award recipients.
Our Club - the Early Years Video Link

Our Club – the Early Years
On behalf of the Rotary Club of Robbinsville Hamilton, Rotarians Sharon Lucidi (left) and Linda Gearren (right) present 89 pairs of pajamas to Lauren and Mackenzie Multari, twin sisters from Hamilton who formed the nonprofit Lala & Mimi’s Pajama Project to provide pjs to children in need. Thanks to all who donated!
Rotarians presented nearly 100 new books and more than 25 backpacks to the George E. Wilson Elementary School in Hamilton. A second batch of donated books will be delivered shortly ahead of a read-along program by Rotary volunteers.

From our President

I am honored to serve as club president for the 2023-24 Rotary year. I look forward to working with our members and with our community partners to build on our club’s successes and continue its rich legacy of service.

As our club begins its latest chapter, I’m filled with a sense of enthusiasm and determination.

By building upon our strong foundation we can continue to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those in need. Together, we have the power to address the most pressing challenges facing our communities and work towards a brighter future.

By forging new partnerships and strengthening existing ones, exploring fresh avenues for service and reaching out to diverse groups, we can expand our impact and ensure that Rotary remains a force for good in Mercer County.

For those who have yet to experience the enjoyment and satisfaction of serving as a Rotarian, stop in to one of our meetings, check us out, and consider becoming a member. We get together each week on Fridays at 7:30 a.m. at Pj’s Pancake House and Tavern, 17 Main Street, Robbinsville. I hope to see you there! – George Ott

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.

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