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Welcome to The Rotary Club of Berkeley Heights
Berkeley Heights

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
Delicious Heights
428 Springfield Avenue
Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922
United States of America
(908) 898-1798
(908) 464-1133
We meet the Second and Fourth Wednesdays each month at 12:15p at Delicious Heights, 428 Springfield Avenue, Berkeley Heights. Visiting Rotarians and Guests are always welcome. Lunch cost is $22.
Recent Stories
The Governor Livingston High School Interact Club will be running "A Car Wash for a Cause" in support of Action Against Hunger.  All proceeds from the event will be donated to Action Against Hunger, a global humanitarian organization that works to prevent the causes of hunger and assist those affected by it. Action Against Hunger is involved in over 55 countries, reaching more than 28 million people a year. Additional information about Action Against Hunger can be found on their website:  The car wash is being held in the parking lot of Columbia Middle School from 9am - 12pm on Sunday, October 1.  Please lend your support to the Interact Club in their fund raising efforts.  Your car will thank you!
The Patriots' Path Council of the Boy Scouts of America hosts the Berkeley Heights Good Scout Awards Dinner annually.  The 2023 event will be the 17th year for this event.  This annual event is organized to honor local citizens and community members for their contributions and support to the Boy Scouts of America, Patriots' Path Council.  This year's dinner is scheduled for Wednesday, October 11 at 6:30p at the Primavera Regency.  The 2023 honorees are Angus Chen and Natalie Chin, Mike Del Duca, Laurie Anne Margaret Liming, Julie N. Lloyd and Peter Richardson.  Registrations are being accepted until Wednesday, October 4.  Register online at
This year's annual community shredding event will take place on Saturday, September 9 at 9am.  The event will run until 1pm or until the truck reaches capacity. Bring your sensitive documents that would take too long to shred using your home shredder.  Please do not bring damp or wet papers.  Donations will be gratefully accepted.
Please read the post below.  It has been reposted from the Lahaina Rotary Club website.  Please help if you can.
A relief fund has been established through the Rotary District 5000 Foundation as we come together to recover and rebuild. Please consider donating to this special fund and sharing the opportunity with others to help.
From Hawai'i Rotary District Governor Mark Merriam, August 9, 2023:
Today has been a tragic day for our Rotarians, families and friends on the Island of Maui. The fires across the island have changed lives forever. Truly devastating. Our sympathy, thoughts and prayers are with everyone impacted.
As people of action, we can take immediate action. As we come together to recover and rebuild, we need to support each other. We need to Create Hope for Maui.
Through our Rotary District 5000 Foundation, a relief fund has been established. Foundation President Dave Hamil and Treasurer Sharon Amano will handle all donations. A committee will be organized shortly to find the greatest needs for distribution of monies. A single fund will be the most helpful over time to provide the most significant benefits.
Please consider donating to this special fund.
Mahalo to the Rotary Club of Waikiki for collecting monies at their lunch meeting today. These are the first contributions to the fund.
Please also widely share this opportunity to help.
Stay safe, take care and mahalo for creating hope.
Mark Merriam, District Governor
Rotary District 5000, Hawaii, USA
A 'New Legacy' Book Bin has been installed it the municipal building parking lot.  If you have books that are taking up space they can be placed in the bin.  Acceptable books should be in good readable condition that have an ISBN barcode on the book cover.  Hardcover, paperback and textbooks that have an ISBN barcode are all welcome!  New Legacy Books is working with the Rotary Club of Berkeley Heights and gives your used and unwanted books a new legacy through reuse or redistribution. New Legacy Books is a for-profit company, which gives them the unique ability to work with charity organizations.  The book bin collection system is able to redistribute books to organizations promoting literacy and raise funds for needy charities.  All donations are greatly appreciated.
The Berkeley Heights Rotary Club presented three scholarships to graduating Governor Livingston Seniors at Delicious Heights on Wednesday, June 21.  Three one thousand-dollar Rotary scholarships are awarded annually to students with a minimum 3.5 GPA and have participated in an extra-curricular service such as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Interact Club, or other service organizations.  The recipients of the 2023 scholarships are Kate Curran, Sean Gleeson and Landry Lorne.  All of the scholarship recipients have outstanding scholastic achievements in addition to being student athletes and a strong background in community service and volunteering.  
Scholarships are just one of the local projects of the Berkeley Heights Rotary Club.  The Rotary Club also administers the Medic Alert program for Berkeley Heights Seniors, supports the restoration of the Lord-Littel Homestead, sponsors the local Boy Scout Troops, Beach Sweep, Food Banks and so much more.  New members are always welcome.  The Rotary Club meets at  Delicious Heights at 12:15p on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. 
Left to Right: Sean Gleeson, Margaret Gleeson and Rotary Past President, Mike Del Duca
October 2023
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Angela Penna, President Berkeley Heights BOE
Apr 26, 2023 12:15 PM
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