Speakers
Jul 28, 2016
Club Changeover/Governors Official Visit
PP Jacquie will pass the Gavel to Pres. Joe
Aug 04, 2016
Cory Morowitz CPA, MBA
Chairman Morowitz Gaming Advisors
Aug 11, 2016
 
Website Sponsors
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
Treasurer
Secretary
Immediate Past President
Club Service
Sergeant-at-Arms
Director
Director
Membership
Assistant Sergeant-At-Arms
 
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • H. Keates
    July 8
  • Samuel Weiner
    July 17
  • Steve Doyle
    July 18
Spouse Birthdays:
  • Brian Dougherty
    July 21
Anniversaries:
  • Martin Wood
    Jeanne Dadura
    July 4
  • Donald Guardian
    Louis Fatato
    July 11
Join Date:
  • Bernadette Kucharczuk
    July 14, 2014
    2 years
 
 
 

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Club Information

Be a Gift to the World with the 141st Club of Rotary as we celebrate 100 years of service!

Atlantic City

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 5:30 PM
The Chart House Restaurant
Golden Nugget Casino
Huron Ave and Brigantine Blvd
Atlantic City, NJ  08401
United States
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There will no be a meeting on August 18th.  We will have had our meeting on AUGUST 16th on CRUZIN1
 

 
 
Please Join us for our annul Atlantic City Pre-Airshow cruise on CRUZIN 1 at 11:30am on Tuesday Aug. 16th.
 

 
 
The 11th Annual Beacon Awards event was well attended and went smoothly thanks to all Committee members and our Master of Ceremonies, Jeff Wilson. Alex Marino opened the program introducing Mayor Guardian for a few words. Each of the awardees had an opportunity to thank the club and talk about their passion for their service area.
Melanie Druziako, Frank J. Quigley Memorial Award
Cathy Burke, Local Community Service
C. Curtis Still, Vocational Service
Darrell Edmonds, Youth Service Award
Dr. Joseph Hong, International Service Award
Rose McCarthy, Club Service Award
 
 
 
We had a full house at our 4/28 meeting, including Mayor
Don and our Rotary Youth Exchange student from Japan.
Dr. Nina Radcliff gave an awesome talk about stroke
detection and prevention. Mayor Guardian also gave a positive
report on planned summer events in the city "The City is Open"
A fun meeting.
 

 
 

Partners

Rotary forges partnerships with like-minded groups – from community nonprofits to the United Nations – that make us stronger and more successful at what we do.

Our partners

Rotary collaborates with international, governmental, and university groups to tackle global humanitarian issues.

Working with partners

Rotary’s relationship with the following partners opens the door for Rotarians to work with them directly:

Our strategic partners

Rotary has formed strategic partnerships with the following organizations to offer service opportunities:

  • UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education
  • World Vision

United Nations and Nongovernmental Organizations

Rotary appoints each year to UN bodies and NGOs worldwide. Rotary’s representatives meet regularly with officers and staff from international agencies to:

  • Discuss parallel concerns and potential areas for cooperation
  • Inform organizations about Rotary’s programs
  • Gather information about the developments and programs of other groups

Resources & Reference

 

 
 
 
ROTARY AT A GLANCE
Rotary brings together a global network of volunteers who dedicate their time and talent to tackle
the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges. Rotary connects 1.2 million members from more
than 200 countries and geographical areas. Their work impacts lives at both the local and
international levels, from helping families in need in their own communities to working toward a
polio-free world.
Rotary also offers expanded service opportunities including:
• Interact: a service organization organized and sponsored by Rotary clubs for young adults
aged 12-18. There are more than 12,300 Interact clubs in 133 countries.
• Rotaract: groups organized by Rotary clubs to promote leadership, professional development,
and service among young adults aged 18-30. There are more than 8,000 Rotaract clubs in 167
countries.
• Rotary Community Corps (RCCs): groups of non-Rotary members who work to improve
their communities. There are more than 7,500 RCCs in 80 countries, all organized and
sponsored by Rotary clubs.
Membership Snapshot
Who: Rotary brings together the kind of people who step forward to take on important issues for
local communities worldwide. Rotary members hail from a range of professional backgrounds;
doctors, artists, small business owners and executives all call themselves Rotarians. Rotary connects
these unique perspectives, and helps leverage its members’ expertise to improve lives everywhere.
Where: From Haiti and Greenland to Nigeria and Singapore, Rotary unites a truly diverse set of
leaders from across the world. Currently, the largest number of clubs comes from the United States,
India, Japan and Brazil. The fastest growing Rotary regions include Southeast Asia and Africa.
What: Rotarians contribute their time, energy and passion to sustainable, long-term projects in local
communities across the globe. Projects focus on important issues like peace and conflict resolution,
disease prevention and treatment, water and sanitation, maternal and child health, basic education
and literacy and economic and community development.
Polio Eradication Rotary is close to eliminating the second human disease in history after
smallpox, with a 99.9 percent reduction in polio cases worldwide since 1985, when Rotary launched
its PolioPlus program. In 1988, Rotary spearheaded the creation of the Global Polio Eradication
Initiative with the World Health Organization, UNICEF and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention. Polio eradication remains Rotary’s top priority. To date, Rotary has contributed more
than US$1.5 billion and countless volunteer hours to help immunize more than two billion children
against polio in 122 countries. Currently, Rotary is working to raise $35 million per year through 2018
for polio eradication, which will be matched 2 to 1 by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
 

 
 
 

Rotary Global Rewards

The good you do comes back to you.

Rotary's new member benefits program gives Rotary members access to discounts on a variety of products and services selected with their interests in mind.

Discounts & special offers

Rotary Global Rewards offers discounts on car rentals, hotels, dining, and entertainment. More products and services from companies around the world will be added throughout the year. Check back often to see what’s new in Rotary Global Rewards.

How to redeem offers

Anyone can view the offers and discounts on Rotary Global Rewards. But only Rotary club members who are signed in to their My Rotary accounts can redeem them. You can access and redeem rewards from your computer, smartphone, or tablet.

Create a My Rotary account now to take advantage of the new member benefits program. If you need help creating an account, see the .

Add your own offer

Rotary club members can now offer Rotary Global Rewards discounts on products and services from their own businesses. You can choose to make your offer available to people in your community, your region, or around the world.

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Resources & reference

Rotary support

For questions related to a specific offer, please contact the company directly using the contact information in the offer. If you're unable to resolve the issue with the company, please tell us so we can troubleshoot the problem. Select the flagged link under Claim Offer.

All offers are subject to availability and may change or be withdrawn at any time. Additional restrictions may apply. See the provider’s terms and conditions for more information.

Still have questions? so we can help.

 

 
This is a photo of the former AC Rotary Club flag. The Somers Point Club has it on their banner display board.
 

 
  • Materials

Presentations

Incorporate Rotary’s visual identity during your next PowerPoint presentation. These templates, available in light and dark backgrounds, give your presentation a professional look so you can focus on creating your content.

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Create Your Own

 

Use our online tool to customize your club’s logo and create a brochure that showcases your activities and projects.

 

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Stationery

Download Rotary’s official stationary assets to help stay consistent with other materials.

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Event Resources

 

Download and create a poster or flier to promote your club's next project or event. 

 

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Press Release

 

Give your press release a clean and professional look by downloading this updated template.

 

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Newsletters

Give your club's newsletter a fresh new look by downloading our new

 

 
 
Gift of Life is sponsored by many clubs and districts around the world. Watch this powerful video.
 
 

 
 
 
 This is the new Rotary Brand. It was developed after RI determined that most people didn't know what the wheel alone meant. It's use is optional and as clubs buy new equipment, they can adopt this new image.
 
 

 
 
Feb 08, 2011
Clubs are always looking for ways to grow and recruit new members, There are many things club members can do in order to attract new members. Here, you’ll find a hundred viable approaches that one could use in order to recruit more members. Check It Out
 

 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
The ACRC CookBooks are here, filled with recipes , cooking tips and pictures. Contributed by ACRC members and family. You will be proud to give this Rotary Cookbook to anyone. Supply is limited $10.00 each Thank you to Maria Shelton for organizing a wonderful cookbook
 

 
 

ROTARY

ROTARY

ROTARACT

INTERACT

RCCs

 

Members:

Members:

Members:

Members:

AT A

1,185,074*

140,990

370,208

178,526

 

Clubs:

Clubs:

Clubs:

Corps:

GLANCE

34,578*

6,130 

16,096

7,762

 

 
 

Foundation Facts

Zones 24 & 32 Newsletter www.rotaryzones24-32.org

 

Five Reasons to Support Our Foundation

 
 
 
Mar 29, 2011

New free Rotary Club Locator iPhone app available


You can now search for a Rotary club with RI's free iPhone app. In the Apple app store it's called the Rotary Club Locator from Rotary International. The app also will soon be offered for Android phones. 

If you have questions or feedback, please let RI know by e-mailing the Contact Center at contact.center@rotary.org.

 

 
 
 

For years, Rotary's commitment to Service Above Self has been channeled through the Avenues of Service, which form the foundation of club activity. To get started on a project, think broadly about how your club and its members could contribute within each avenue.

Club Service

Club Service focuses on strengthening fellowship and ensuring the smooth functioning of Rotary clubs. Learn about effective club service in Membership and Training.

Vocational Service

Vocational Service involves club members serving others through their professions and aspiring to high ethical standards. Rotarians, as business leaders, share skills and expertise through their vocations, and they inspire others in the process. Learn more.

Community Service

Community Service is the opportunity  Rotary clubs have to implement club projects and activities that improve life in the local community.
Learn more about community service and assessing your community.

International Service

International Service encompasses efforts to expand Rotary's humanitarian reach around the world and to promote world understanding and peace. It includes everything from contributing to PolioPlus to helping Rotary Youth Exchange students adjust to their host countries.

Learn more about participating in World Community Service.

Youth Services

New Generations Service recognizes the positive change implemented by youth and young adults through leadership development activities such as RYLA, Rotaract and Interact club service projects, and creating international understanding with Rotary Youth Exchange.

 

 
 
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