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Club Officers
President
President Elect
Treasurer
Secretary
Membership
Sergeant-at-Arms
Branchburg Rotary Foundation President
Branchburg Rotary Foundation Treasurer
Director of Club Services
Director of International Service
Director of Youth Services
Director of Community Service
Director of Club Services
Immediate Past President
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Current Club Activities
The Rotary Club of Branchburg helps more than 2000 families in the community with Rotary district grant and food collection to help local food bank to assist families who are struggling with food insecurities due to COVID-19.
I can't begin to thank everyone that contributed to the success we had today collecting food. But first I must thank the most important contributor, the residents of Somerville, Branchburg, Bound Brook, and Hillsborough. Our committee chair, Diane Bonanno, and the three Rotary clubs, Branchburg, Bound Brook, Somerville, and their members that contributed their time and resources, thank you.
We had 16- 4x4x4 steel bins for today's collection, and we filled everyone plus an additional 4 pallets, a total of 20 bins. We collected over $2,000.00 immediately purchasing additional food.
I am proud to be a Rotarian and President of one of the hardest-working Rotary Clubs in District 7475. The Rotary motto"SERVICE ABOVE SELF" was evident today!!
 
Enjoy all the pictures in the photo album collection.
Thank you
 
John Shockley
President
Rotary Club of Branchburg
 
 
Rotary started with the vision of one man, Paul Harris, in 1905. For 115 years, Rotary's global network of now 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers have used their passion, energy, and intelligence to act on sustainable projects. Today, those connections are a network that spans the globe—bridging cultural, linguistic, generational, and geographic barriers—sharing the vision of a better world.
Branchburg Rotary donation helps local food bank
“This generous donation made possible by our Rotary member and the Elk of the year Mr. Joe Horner.  This donation will help us another step closer in helping to end hunger in our community,” John Shockley, President of the Rotary Club, said. “We’re excited that this program will help support the End hunger project in our community.” 
Meeting Information

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 7:30 AM
Stoney Brook Grille
1285 State Route 28, Easton Turnpike
Branchburg, NJ 08876
United States of America
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