Rotary Circle takes Center Stage!
This is "Rotary in Action" and community efforts at their finest!  Rotarian Susan Baltake describes it best:  "Neither cold weather, traffic or construction problems could stop "Ballerina" from standing tall today!"  See the town's newest sculpture gracing "Rotary Circle" the next time you are in Haddonfield (near Acme at Haddon and Ellis Streets).  Excellent work by the Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust and Stuart Harding, who is pictured above (center) with Barry Woods Johnston (right), the sculptor.  
Rotary Supports Job Training Program
Rotary Club of Haddonfield President Charles Hart, Vice President Pamela Fisk, and Rotary Club of Haddonfield Foundation Chair Karen Hagerman attended the Respond Automotive Technology Program graduation this week.  Pictured above with Camden Councilman Angel Fuentes (second from left), our Club officers demonstrated their support for such important vocational training programs in the City of Camden.  Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 2018!  
Mayhers Take Bronze!
Vinny and Elaine Mayher proudly show their support for the upcoming Rotary Topgolf fundraising event!  The event proceeds will support a scholarship for an area veteran, which is an initiative Vinny first introduced to Club Members about three years ago.  Vinny is a veteran of the U.S. Navy.  And, coincidentally, February 24th is his birthday!  He is looking forward to sharing his special day with all the sponsors and friends at Topgolf.  According to Vinny, "Topgolf is fantastic! So much fun - lots to do!"  
Rotary Supports Respond, Inc. Graduates   
Helping people help themselves is Respond's mission in Camden, and the Rotary Club of Haddonfield Foundation is pleased to support this important mission routinely.  Special thanks to Nick Nicolay who represented our members at Respond's recent graduation event for the students in their Culinary Arts program.  The Club gave each of the 12 proud graduates a culinary arts book to continue their learning.  
Bell's Bodies Fitness Leads the Way, with Tucker Company Worldwide taking first Gold Sponsorship
Raising funds to support scholarships for veterans
Thank you to Bell's Bodies Fitness for starting us off right with a Bronze Sponsorship commitment toward the Rotary Club of Haddonfield Foundation scholarships for veterans.  Tucker Company Worldwide jumped on board this week, too, as a Gold Sponsor.  Your commitments at the Bronze and Gold levels will go a long way to building our Veterans Scholarship Fund.  Pictured is Chris Bell, representing Bell's Bodies Fitness.  
Support the Veterans Scholarship Fund
Topgolf Event Sponsorships Now Available!
February 24, 2019 - Mount Laurel, NJ
Join the Rotary Club of Haddonfield Foundation at Topgolf on February 24th to raise funds for our Veterans Scholarship Fund, which supports an annual scholarship for a veteran who is attending college. An afternoon of fun, games and great food is planned at the new and amazing Topgolf entertainment venue in Mt. Laurel.  
Sponsorships ranging from $500 to $2,500 are now available, with a range of benefits for each.  Click here for a flyer and all the details on each sponsorship package, including a form to sign up.  
And, please help spread the word to potential sponsors.  This is a great way to demonstrate your support of area veterans in need.  
President Charles Featured in Haddonfield Sun Article
Great exposure for the Club
Click here to read the article.  Great job, Charles!
Dancing in the Streets with Rotary! 
Concert Featuring the very popular band -- All Souled Out!
Thursday, June 21st
An all-out dance party broke out on Kings Highway the last time All Souled Out was featured at a Summer Rotary Concert -- if you were there, you would remember! 
This year Rotary is taking it to the next level -- combining party powerhouse "All Souled Out" with Downtown Haddonfield's Night Market FOOD TRUCK EVENT!  Come experience what makes All Souled Out the Delaware Valley's most sought-after party band.  They'll be performing Classic Soul dance hits from the 60's, 70's and 80's.  Bring your dancing shoes because the band will play from 5 to 8:00 p.m. in front of Kings Court in Downtown Haddonfield.  Over 14 food trucks will be there starting at 4 p.m.  Bring your lawn chairs and come party with Rotary!
Rotary Biergarten 2018
Haddon Lake Park 
Great Fun!
Special thanks to everyone involved in producing, sponsoring and just being there to enjoy the evening together -- Biergarten style!  The food was great, the beer excellent and plentiful, the music so entertaining.  The mood was set so perfectly in the pretty setting.  Rain?  What rain?  A very fine example of Doing Good and Having Fun Doing it! 
Please click here to see list of sponsors.  Thanks to you all!
Rotary Club of Haddonfield Foundation News
Scholarships Presented to
Area High School Students
The Rotary Club of Haddonfield hosted its annual Scholarship Dinner on Wednesday, May 23rd at the Tavistock Country Club.  Six students from area high schools received scholarships to continue their education.  After learning more about each of these students and their hopes and dreams, we all agree -- the future is bright indeed!  
Peter and the Wolf Concert!
Free Concert for Families - June 2
Click here for more details.
Trees Beautiful Trees!
The Rotary Club of Haddonfield received a grant from Rotary District 7640 this year to plant 12-14 trees throughout our community, just in time for Earth Day (April 22nd) and Arbor Day (April 27th).   As Robin Potter of the Haddonfield Shade Tree Commission reported to the Club at this week's meeting, it is important to maintain the beautiful, but diminishing tree canopy in town for many reasons.  This is also our Club and District's response to Rotary International President Ian Riseley's challenge to plant 1.2 million trees around the world this year.  After all Rotary's founder, Paul Harris, had a "deep love of nature, and his habit of planting friendship trees seeded a strong tradition within Rotary."  Check out this month's Rotarian Magazine to learn more about Rotary's commitment to Preserving Planet Earth.  Let's all go out and plant a tree!
Rotarians meet Dalai Lama in Dharamshala
Thanks so much to member, Rich Hluchan, who shared this amazing photograph from the trip to India for Rotary National Immunization Day, with Tom Veevers.  The group had an audience with the Dalai Lama!   We can't help but wonder...what did they talk about? 
Pictured above are Past District Governor Tom Veevers with Haddonfield Rotarians Kathy and Jim Tassini, Dennis Kelleher, Lorrie Hart (Charles's wife), Kurt Brearey (Cheryl Laney), Debbie and Rich Hluchan. 
Sure hope Rich and the others will share more  about this special meeting when they return.  By all reports...the trip was WONDERFUL!  
Our Club Supports Respond Culinary Program Graduates!
The Rotary Club of Haddonfield was pleased to participate in the Commencement Exercise for the Respond Camden Culinary Arts Program on January 25, 2018.  The Club was well represented by Nick Nicolay, Charles Hart, Jim Tassini and Assad Khoury, who were all there to congratulate the ten Culinary Arts Program graduates, and present each one with a Rotary International Cooking Arts Book. 
Congratulations to the Chefs!
Women of Rotary Honored
Pictured above are Club Honorees Pamela Fisk (second from left),
Karen Hagerman (third from left), and Kathy Ross (seventh from
left in red jacket) who joined other accomplished female
Rotarian honorees in the limelight! 
On November 7th, three Rotary Club of Haddonfield female members were honored by Rotary Districts 7450 and 7640 at an event celebrating the 30 Year Anniversary of Women in Rotary at the Springfield Country Club in Springfield, PA.  Our Club has many members worthy of nomination for this award, but was especially proud to have three of our own members selected to receive three of the five awards that were given out by our District.  The Club came out in force to support this event, which helped us all realize just how far we've come in the last 30 years.  Congratulations to everyone involved!
Rotary is celebrating 30 years of women in Rotary!  Today, in 2017, it's hard to imagine Rotary Clubs without women.  In fact, the Haddonfield Club has many active female members -- including several past presidents.  And, on November 7th, three of our female members will be honored by Rotary Districts 7450 and 7640 at an event celebrating the 30 Year Anniversary of Women in Rotary at the Springfield Country Club in Springfield, PA. 
Out of the five women being honored from District 7640, three are members of the Haddonfield Club!  Please join us in congratulating fellow Haddonfield Club Rotarians:
  • Pamela Fisk in the area of Education
  • Karen Hagerman in the area of Business
  • Kathy Ross in the area of Nonprofits

For details or to register for the event, Click here.   



Haddonfield Club Now Offers New Membership Opportunities
The Rotary Club of Haddonfield is pleased to announce new membership opportunities to welcome new members who for business or other reasons have been unable to serve as full members.  In addition, the Club now opens the door for corporate memberships. 
The world is changing, and so Rotary must change.  We look forward to welcoming a wider range of new members to enable us to improve our diversity and continue our good work for many years to come.  To learn more, contact Membership Directors, Ed Pfister at 856-287-0325 or Bill Wallner at 609-605-2477. 
Doing Good. 
And, Having Fun Doing It! 

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
To learn more about Rotary generally, visit
For a short video on the theme "Service Above Self," click here.
Club Information

Welcome to our Club!


Doing Good and Having Fun Doing it!

We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
Tavistock Country Club
100 Tavistock Lane
Haddonfield, NJ  08033
United States

(856) 795-7976
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Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Immediate Past President
Local Service
Director, Regional Service
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Bill Wallner
    January 7
  • Scotty Tatem
    January 9
  • Kathy Ross
    January 12
  • Dennis Kelleher
    January 13
  • Jim Clancy
    January 13
  • Assad Khoury
    January 15
  • Sandy Bean
    January 15
  • Gerry Nanos
    January 22
  • Jim Poliero
    January 27
  • Doug Rauschenberger
    January 28
Save the Date!
Topgolf Fundraiser
Rotary Club of Haddonfield Foundation
Event will support college scholarships for area veterans 
Sunday, February 24th at 4 p.m. 
Click here to learn more about Topgolf
Click here for sponsorship information
Click here to learn more about the Rotary Club of Haddonfield Foundation
Support our Mission

The Rotary Club of Haddonfield is a community of business and professional leaders, united by Rotary International’s commitment to service as a means to foster world understanding and peace. 


Through fellowship and contributions of time, talent and treasure we respond to the needs of the community by developing programs and service activities that improve the quality of life -- locally, regionally and internationally.


Join us to make a difference!  Click Donate below to support our mission.


Upcoming Events
Why we are Rotarians Video
Why we are Rotarians
Click here for a great video about why we do what we do
Special thanks to Rotary D7640 Public Image
Director Glenn Page for producing this video to
help us all spread the word about Rotary. 
January 2019