- George Cox, One First Responder
- Pamela Fisk, One Teacher
- Bill Lane, One Rotarian of the World
- Nick Nicolay, One Volunteer
- Bill Reynolds, One Community Leader
- Charles Sayre, One Spiritual Leader
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Chefs Support the Rotary Foundation
Last weekend, the Rotary Club of Haddonfield came out in force to support a District 7640 fundraising event for the Rotary Foundation: Dining with the Rotary Chefs. This year, our Club sponsored four chefs, who joined chefs from other clubs to offer an evening of great food and socialization -- all in support of important Rotary Foundation programs. Word has it the event may have raised as much as $10,000. Special thanks to our chefs Charles Hart, Assad Khoury, Janet Lane and Doug Rauschenberger.
George Cox Named Haddonfield Citizen of the Year
The Haddonfield Rotary Club is pleased to announce that club member, George Cox, was named Haddonfield Citizen of the Year at this morning's Mayor's Breakfast hosted by the Lions Club. Many Rotarians were at the event to see one of our own honored for many years of service to his community; in particular, 56 years with the Haddon Fire Company. Pictured with George (second from left) are Mayor Kasko, King Lion Bob Stokes, and Commissioner John Moscatelli, who surprised him at the event.
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Rotary Presents Tools to Graduating Auto Tech Students
The Rotary Club of Haddonfield and its Foundation were pleased to participate in the Respond Auto Tech graduation once again this year. Representing the Club, Members Nick Nicolay (pictured at left) and Gerry Nanos presented each of the eight students with a tool set to help get them started in their career. Rotary is very pleased to partner with Respond and Subaru in helping area youth develop skills that will lead to employment opportunities. Well Done!
Should someone ask a member of the Rotary Club of Haddonfield, “What’s Rotary, anyway?” the likely response will be short and simple: “Rotary is about doing good, and having fun doing it.”
More formally, Rotary is about service and fellowship. In over 200 countries around the world, more than 1.2 million business, professional, and community leaders – members of 33,000+ Rotary clubs – offer their time, talents, and treasure to help make the world a better place. They find it both very worthwhile and satisfying.
To download a leaflet that gives examples of the activities and projects that Haddonfield Rotarians are involved in – locally, regionally, and internationally – click here.
To inquire about membership, contact the Club Administrator, Vin Parker, at 856-795-7976 or email@example.com.
To learn more about Rotary generally, visit Rotary.org.