dogs, six or seven dozen turkey dogs, and several dozen veggie burgers,
all cooked to perfection and not a one left over!
The "Top Award" for clever goes to Tracy! When we ran out of buns, she
grabbed a bunch of juice cups and shouted,' "Come n' get 'em! Hot dog
in-a-cup!" And people did! :-))
Meanwhile, Jim Ramentol invented a "hot dog escapee guard"-- kept those
little devils from trying to sneak over the side and scamper away unnoticed.
Others helping out were Linda, Hal, Julianne and Tom!
What a great morning!!!
The Rotary Club of Berkeley Heights is in its 49th continuous year of providing service to our community and the world. The Club meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month from 12:10 to 1:30 PM at The Chimney Rock Inn, 342 Valley Road, Gillette. The luncheon-and-program is $15 per person (includes tax and tip). All meetings are open to the public. For more information visit www.BHRotary.com, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 908-447-6290.
Photo: Darren DeMarco, White Tiger; and Tiffany Escott, Rotary Club President.
The Rotary Club of Berkeley Heights is a group of local businesspeople and professionals with three objectives: Fellowship, Networking, and Serving the Community. Now in its 49th year of service, the Rotary Club meets for lunch at the nearby Chimney Rock Inn on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month. Meetings are open, and anyone can visit. For more information the visit Club's website at BHRotary.com or call 908-447-6290. During the interim time, club members enjoy a social event one week and a service project on the other.
(Photo from left, back row:) Jim Ramentol; Stephanie Bakos; Dolores Croneberger; Tiffany Escott, Club President; Linda Sausville.
Most everyone is aware of the Rotary Club's local work with scholarships, dictionaries, thesaures, medic alert units and many others. Many don't know the Herculean efforts that Rotary makes to eradicate the dreaded disease polio from the face of the earth. It's not easy. Here's a link.to an article that recently appeared in the New York Times.