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Washington

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 6:15 PM
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Springtown Road
Washington, NJ  07882
United States
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At the January 6th Rotary Club meeting Sean Dove with his mother Diana and Memorial School Educator Mr. Brian Butler joined us for dinner. After dinner Sean shared  his study abroad experience with club members and guests. His presentation was a slide show some of which can be seen at the end of Sean's bio. After Sean's presentation there was a question and answer session.
 
 
 
At Monday night January 21st's dinner meeting The Rotary Club of Washington donated $1000 to Hope in the Hills of Warren
 
 
 
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 Washington Rotarians display the new  enlarged retro-reflective street signs that they annually donate to Washington Borough and Washington Township. This project started by Rotary in 2000  help these towns replace damaged or missing street signs and aids senior citizens and emergency services with the sign's larger lettering and reflective qualities.
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
On Dec 4th 2011 Evergreen Valley Christmas Tree Farm, of Washington, donated 25 beautiful Christmas trees to The Rotary Club of Washington. Through the Warren County Special Child Health Services and the help of the Rotarians, these trees found their way into 25 homes in Warren County. Thanks to Andy Alpaugh and his family at Evergreen Valley, Lisa Yerance at Warren County Special Child Health Services, and the Washington Rotarians.
 

 
 
     At monday February 7th's Rotary Club of Washington meeting a flag drop box was presented to the Pohatcong Memorial VFW Post 6701. The box, donated by the Rotary Club, was refurbished by the welding shop at Warren County Vo Tech, then designed and painted by Vo Tech's graphic arts department. The VFW plans on locating the box at the entrance to the hall as a collection site for retired American Flags.
 

 
 
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