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Posted by Rich Salem on Dec 05, 2016
The Rotary Club of Hillsborough and Operation Shoebox New Jersey team-up to organize a community packing event preparing holiday gift packages for troops serving abroad.
Posted by Greg Burchette on Oct 24, 2016
Rotarians organizing the dictionaries we will be delivering to area students soon! This is one of our favorite projects, we really enjoy interacting with the kids and seeing the smiles when they get something for free!
Posted by Anthony Franchini on Oct 24, 2016
The 7th Annual Minute to Win It challenge between the Hillsborough Senior Club and The Montgomery Senior Club was held on Oct. 21 2016. The event was co-sponsored by the Rotary clubs of Hillsborough and Montgomery Townships. As usual it was very competitive and entertaining. The event was also attended by fourth graders from both townships who were the cheering section as well as township officials from Montgomery Township. Montgomery seniors came out on top and won 9-6, congratulations Montgomery! We look forward to taking part in this fun event next year.
Posted by Abed Medawar on Oct 17, 2016
Pictured above with Club President Abed Medawar (3rd from right, back row) are representatives from Hillsborough Dukes, Branchburg Rotary, HHS Cross Country Team, HHS Robotics Club, HHS Cheerleaders, Operation Shoebox, Rotaract, Kelly Compher of Keller Williams Cornerstone, Unity Bank, Jodi DiPane-Saleem on behalf of Farzan Saleem. Other groups supporting the Fair but not pictured above include Weis Markets , Shoprite, Lowes, and Ken Genco of Caldwell Banker Homes.
At a recent October meeting, the Hillsborough Rotary Club honored the Hillsborough community groups that provided volunteers during the annual Rotary Fair, held this year between August 16 and 21. “We set a new fundraising record,” commented Abed Medawar, president of the Hillsborough Rotary Club. “Our success in supporting local organizations depends, in great part, upon our community volunteers, who provide help with everything from passing out bottles of water to operating the ever-popular Dunk Tank. We are so very grateful for their help.” The six-day carnival attracted approximately 15,000 people. All funds raised at the Fair are used to support a wide variety of community organizations and needs.