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November 21, 2021
Good Stuff -- Thanksgiving Edition

For everyone who sponsored, donated and attended the TopGolf event, a very sincere thank you to and from Mary Ann Bigelow, Allison Super, Assad Khoury and their entire team.  It was a true example of Rotarians “Doing Good and Having Fun Doing It” (that's relatively-new member Jill Sayre Lawlor swinging above).  Check out the list of top sponsors and pictures from the event on the Rotary Club of Haddonfield website. The complete list of sponsors will continue to be displayed at our meetings.

Preliminary numbers show that we raised more than $17,000.  The net proceeds will  be used for Rotary Club of Haddonfield Foundation grants to local, regional and international nonprofits.
 
In this season of Thanksgiving, thank you to the many local businesses who donated items for the silent auction, includiug Animo, Downtown Cookies, Crumb, Haddonfield Fitness and Ride Studio, Haddonfield General, Inkwood Books, Jersey Java, low tides, Melange, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Opal Wellness Studio, Paper Trail and Segel Associates, and to our members who brought in many bottles of wine for the auction baskets.  All of this will 
enable us to do even more good stuff.  This year we're all grateful for the Good Stuff that continues to come our way, so celebrate!

President Scott
 

No Meeting This Week

Just a reminder -- no meeting this week.  Enjoy your holiday and we'll see you next on December 1.

Volunteer Salvation Army Bell Ringers Needed

The annual contest between the Haddonfield Rotary Bell Ringers and the Camden Rotary Bell Ringers is set for Saturday, December 11 at the Cherry Hill Mall, so we need volunteers to fill time slots of one or more hours from 12noon through 8pm. The winner is the team that fills their Red Kettle with the most donations.

The Haddonfield Rotary will be stationed at or near Macy's and the Camden Rotary Bell Ringers will be stationed at or near Penney's. Currently the Red Kettles are scheduled to be placed outside due to Covid restrictions but may move to their traditional indoor locations.  Sign up by emailing Local Service Director Jeff Clark.  
 
Rotary and Library Holiday Tree Event Starts Saturday
 
Mark your calendar now to check out Haddonfield's newest tradition -- the Holiday Tree exhibit and auction.  All the spots in the Library have now been reserved for beautiful trees designed by local residents, businesses and groups.  Plan to check out all of the trees inside the Haddonfield Public Library starting next weekend and consider bidding on a tree -- or more than one!  Proceeds benefit our Rotary club and help us give away more money in grants and scholarships.  Unlike the Borough's official holiday tree at Library Point, these trees will be inside -- check out Library hours here.
Be a Greeter

Volunteer a few minutes before a weekly meeting.  Just visit this link on our website and use the Sign-Up Genius to volunteer a few minutes before a weekly meeting.
Invite friends, neighbors and prospective members to these upcoming meetings and events by simply forwarding this email. 

December 1:  Historical Tools, with Mike Underwood.
December 8:  Club Forum - Valarie K. Wafer, Rotary International Director 2020-2022.
December 15:  Holiday Concert by HMHS Madrigals.

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Doing Good and Having Fun Doing it!

With much appreciation to our late editor emeritus, Bill Reynolds.  

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