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Recent Club Activities Daniel J Matyola 2019-01-09 05:00:00Z 0
Coming Events Dan Matyola 2019-01-09 05:00:00Z 0
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Branchburg Rotary is pleased to let you know that we had sponsored 10 students to go to Nepal and Colombia this year. Here are some pictures from their trip to Nepal. 
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2018 was a GREAT YEAR for the Rotary club of Branchburg 
Many wonderful projects to benefit our community and communities around the world.
THANKS TO EVERYONE, We are very greatful to all our supporters.   

 Celebrated with Santa at the Central New Jersey Airport

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2018 Year End Review 2019-01-03 05:00:00Z 0 club news
The Rotary Club of Branchburg's collaborative partnership with the local veterans organizations are going very well.  During the 17th Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner and the Service of Gratitude, on November 17th, our club will distribute more than $70,000 to various local veterans organizations.  READ MORE
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Cooking for SHIP at North Branch Reformed Church Dan Matyola 2018-10-31 04:00:00Z 0
Rotary Trivia Dan Matyola 2018-10-10 04:00:00Z 0
 7/4 (W) No Meeting  Jill Notified
7/6 (F) Somerville Motorcycle Sales, Julie Ann,    
 7/11 (W) - Food Bank Collection7/11 (W) 4:30-5:00 RVCC Enabeling Garden  
 7/11 (W) DGE Ray Freaney - Hunger 3.67/11 (W) 7 pm Ride & Fly meeting - Airport  
   7/12 (Th) Board Meeting 6:30 
7/13 (F) Somerville Motorcycle Sales    
 7/18 (W) Club calendar review   
7/20 (F) Somerville Motorcycle Sales    
 7/25 (W) Damon House 6:30 pm  Jill Notified
7/27 (F) Somerville Motorcycle Sales 5:30 Alfonso's    
7/27 (F) Cigar Night    
 8/1 (W) Food Bank Collection   
 8/1 (W) DG JOHN WILSON OFFICIAL VISIT 8/2 (Th) 6:30 Board Meeting 6:30 
8/3 (F) Motorcycle Sales    
 8/8 (W)   
8/10 (F) Motorcycle Sales    
  8/11 (SA) Operation Chill Out  
  8/12 (SU) Corn Boil  
 8/15 (W)   
8/17 (F) Motorcycle Sales Kathy Feigly, Diane Bonanno,
 8/22 (W)   
8/24 (F) Motorcycle Sales    
8/24 (F) Cigar Night    
 8/29 (W) SHIP   
8/31 (F) Motorcycle Sales    
 9/5 (W) Food Bank CollectionFood Bank Collection  
   9/6 (Th) Board Meeting 6:30 
9/7 (F) 30TH ANNIVERSARY 6-10pm Raritan Valley Country Club $50 pp payable to the Club
 9/12 (W)   
9/15 (S) Pedals for Progress 9 am - 12    
9/16(SU) motorcycle Ride & Fly    
 9/19 (W)   
 9/26 (W)   
9/28 (F) Cigar Night    
9/29 (Su) MRB Gala -    
 10/3 (w) Food Bank Collection   
   10/4 (Th) Board Meeting 6:30 
 10/10 (W)   
 10/17 (W)   
10/19 (F) BINGO RVCC 6:00    
10/20 (Sa) GALA / POLIO / VOCATIONAL ASSEMBLY $90 per ticket
 10/24 (w)   
10/31 (w) cooking for SHIP - NBRC10/31 (W) Cooking for SHIP   
 11/7 (W) Food Bank Collection   
   11/8 (Th) Board Meeting 6:30 
11/12 (M) Eat Drink & Share - Pines Manor    
 11/14 (W)   
11/17 (F) Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner 6:00 RVCC    
 11/21 (W) Day before Thanksgiving   
 11/28 (W)   
12/1 (Sa) Holiday Happiness    
12/2 (Su) Holiday Happiness    
 12/5 (W) Food Bank Collection   
   12/6 (Th) Board Meeting 6:30 
12/7 (F) Holiday Happiness    
12/8 (Sa) Holiday Happiness    
12/9 (Su) Holiday Happiness    
12/9 (Su) SANTA FLY - IN    
 12/12 (W)   
12/14 (F) Holiday Happiness    
12/15 (Sa) Holiday Happiness    
12/16 (Su) Holiday Happiness    
 12/19 (W)   
12/21 (F) Holiday Happiness    
12/22 (Sa) Holiday Happiness    
12/23 (Su) Holiday Happiness    
12/24 (M) Holiday Happiness    
 12/26 NO MEETING   
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Posted by John Shockley on Nov 27, 2017


Branchburg Rotarian, Joe Horner, received the “Service Above Self” award from Rotary International for his outstanding contributions to numerous needy organizations in his community and throughout the world. This is Branchburg Rotary Club's 3rd Service Above Self Award winner.

This party is open to all.



Holiday Party for Joe Horner John Shockley 2017-11-27 05:00:00Z 0
Somerville High School Interact Club Induction Tulsi R Maharjan 2017-10-31 04:00:00Z 0
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Posted by John Shockley on Oct 15, 2017
Ok folks the final days to register is approaching - we will be ordering food on Wednesday for the event and need to have registrations in so that we know what to order. Last time there were a lot of people that registered at the door - we were lucky to have enough food and prizes! PLEASE you don't have to process a card online when you register - you can check the box, will pay at door - this way we'll have a count to work with. Please share with friends and organizations you know would have people interested in this event - it's a great night and lots of fun!
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Cigar Night John Shockley 2017-10-15 04:00:00Z 0 club news
 The “Ride and Fly” Motorcycle Run will benefit and support veterans’ organizations and the Rotary Foundation as we continue to provide humanitarian services in our community and communities around the world. The 35-mile organized event will provide riders with the opportunity to uncover the sprawling scenery and landscape of Somerset County… one that features beautiful gardens, enchanted woods, rolling hills, streams, meadows and farmland. This is an organized run led by law enforcement agencies and Veteran’s Groups throughout the area.  Traffic support will be available at major intersections to maintain the flow of participants.
Motorcycle Run Tulsi R Maharjan 2017-08-07 04:00:00Z 0
Rotary member Bill Cook receiving welcome in Nepal. 
Branchburg -- The Branchburg Rotary Club will be helping more than 5,000 people in Nepal to start a new business or get a low interest loans.
The Rotary District 7510 in collaboration with various local Rotary clubs and the Friends of Nepal- NJ established the “Legacy of Hope – Micro Loan Project”  last year to provide destitute mothers with a  micro-credit loans. The Branchburg Rotary will coordinate with the Rotary clubs in Nepal to provide more than $91,000 micro credit loans to different villages in Nepal.
Dr. Tulsi Maharjan, Branchburg Rotary President, said that “getting a low interest rate loans are very difficult for poor people in Nepal so we are implementing this micro credit program in Nepal to help those villagers who do not have collaterals to get loans from the bank”.
The Rotary raised funds from various district clubs as part of the donation for the Nepal earthquake relief fund. Additionally, Branchburg Rotary Foundation has provided additional funds for the project as well.
Rotary Foundation grant Tulsi R Maharjan 2017-07-31 04:00:00Z 0
Joe HornerBranchburg Rotarian, Joe Horner, received the “Service Above Self” award for his outstanding contributions to numerous needy organizations in his community and throughout the world at this year’s District 7510 Conference. Club's 3rd Service Above Self Award winner. 
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USA-Nepal Collaboration
25 Years of Humanitarian Service in Nepal
What can we give the people of Nepal? With our projects, we hope to provide Hope and Opportunities for the people of Nepal. When we think about what motivates us to serve, we are drawn to this word, which is the name of our current mission, The Asha Project. To us, hope and opportunity are really at the core of Rotary’s mission. It is what motivates us to help the people of Nepal.
Hope and opportunity brought me to America 45 years ago and I always wanted to do something for the less fortunate in Nepal. Now, my son, Anil, has joined me as an E-club member in our district to assist with this project. We are taking our third humanitarian mission to Nepal together.
For over 25 years, the Rotary Club of Branchburg and District 7510 in collaboration and partnership with the Friends of Nepal-NJ has been working to provide scholarship funds, micro-credit loans, and training programs through Rotary international grants. Our collaborative projects partner with many community organizations as well as Rotary clubs in Nepal to create a new network of hope.
We formally created The Asha Project in response to the April 2015 earthquake in Nepal. In March 2016, we traveled to Nepal with the goal of rebuilding homes. When we visiting a rebuilding project, we spoke with many people in the community and they told us that they were interested in opportunities to work cooperatively with other organizations.
We realized that house building was not enough. For a country that has spent decades dealing with political turmoil and economic instability, we recognized that simply resetting life to what it was like prior to the earthquake was only a beginning.
This is why the three pillars of the Asha project are: building homes to help create stronger families, creating $100,000 microcredit loans to provide a prosperous future and grow micro-businesses, and providing Rays of Hope scholarships for under-represented ethnic groups.
We are furthering our collaboration by sending our Rotaract students to volunteer in Nepal during their winter break. We also recently welcomed a student from Nepal to complete his master’s program in health management funded by a global grant scholarship. We are working on several digital divide computer projects to connect these students with the outside world as part of District 3292’s Total Literacy Project.
USA-Nepal Collaboration25 Years of Humanitarian Service in Nepal Tulsi R Maharjan 2017-07-05 04:00:00Z 0
Enabling garden growing, one stone at a time 2016-11-26 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Tulsi R Maharjan on Mar 30, 2016
On March 30  Congressman Leonard Lance will be our guest speaker, who will talk about current issues in the Congress. He was elected to the US House of Representatives in November 2008 to represent NJ’s 7th Congressional District. The district includes parts of Hunterdon, Middlesex, Somerset and Union Counties.

Congressman to speak Tulsi R Maharjan 2016-03-30 04:00:00Z 0
Posted by Tulsi R Maharjan on Mar 02, 2016
You are cordially invited to attend the ANNUAL Spaghetti Dinner, Sunday, January 28, 2017, 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Stony Brook Grille.  Click here to register 
BRANCHBURG — Helping our community.  RISE AGAINST HUNGER
Would you like to participate in our END HUNGER Project?  Help us pack 50,000 meals on March 23, 2018.   If you like to help contact Dr.Julie Ann Juliano at 908-685-8080.  
You can register here END HUNGER NOW
Friday 3/23/18,  6:00 pm-10:00 pm
 @ RVCC Cafeteria 
Current and Upcoming Events Tulsi R Maharjan 2016-03-02 05:00:00Z 0
 Branchburg Rotary will be partnering with the "Dream for Kids, Inc" a former NFL player, Lonnie Allgood's foundation, to raise funds for Rotary Educational foundation. This partnership project will help reach out to various communities including Rotaract, Interact and EarlyAct "To Educate, Motivate and Inspire Youth" in the Central New Jersey.
Lonnie Allgood, Former NFL Player Tulsi R Maharjan 2016-03-02 05:00:00Z 0
Maria Donegan, was born and raised in New York City.  She graduated from the College of New Rochelle and from Fordham University with a Master of Science degree in Clinical Social Work.
She moved to New Jersey in 1987 and to Branchburg in 1990.  Since coming to New Jersey, she worked as a clinical social worker at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital in the trauma unit.
From there she  moved on to work at North Hunterdon High School where she was social worker on the Child Study Team.  For several years while working at North Hunterdon, she worked part time at Raritan Health and Extended Care where she did some counseling with the residents and some family members.
She enjoys traveling and have traveled to several different countries.  She also enjoys handy work around the house and fixing things.  She is pretty handy and she is thankful to her father who taught her when she was young by making her help him.
Her passion is helping others, which convinced to join the Rotary whose Moto is "Service Above Self".
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Club Calendar 2012-2013 Daniel J Matyola 2012-06-13 00:00:00Z 0
The Best of Branchburg 2012 Daniel J Matyola 2012-05-12 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Tulsi R Maharjan on Mar 13, 2012


Christina Schuler

Mrs. Salussolia

Consumer Science

26 May 2011

The Perfect Match: Christina Schuler and Pediatric Neurology


Student of the Month Program MARCH 2012 Tulsi R Maharjan 2012-03-14 00:00:00Z 0
Student of the Month Program January 2012 Tulsi R Maharjan 2012-01-16 00:00:00Z 0
Annual Homes of Hope Dinner Daniel J Matyola 2011-10-12 00:00:00Z 0
Student of the Month -- October 2011 Daniel J Matyola 2011-10-05 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Tulsi R Maharjan on Jan 23, 2011
As part of a US$355 million challenge grant awarded to Rotary by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Rotary clubs worldwide are aiming to raise a total of US$200 million by 2012. The funding will provide critical support to polio eradication activities for countries still battling the disease in parts of Africa and South Asia.

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Polio Eradication Tulsi R Maharjan 2011-01-23 14:59:40Z 0
Branchburg Rotary to sign Sister Club agreement with the Himalaya Patan Rotary from Nepal Mike Cohen 2011-01-22 00:00:00Z 0
Lasting Legacy of Rotary International Tulsi R Maharjan 2011-01-09 00:00:00Z 0
Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner Tulsi R Maharjan 2011-01-07 11:36:12Z 0
Holidays Around the World Tulsi R Maharjan 2011-01-07 11:35:49Z 0
Posted by Tulsi R Maharjan on Jan 06, 2011
Friends of Nepal New Jersey, Rotary District 7510 and Nepal Rotary District clubs celebrated twenty years of humanitarian service in Nepal. On the occasion, the organizers honored different dignitaries who have been serving in the humanitarian field with the 2010 USA-Nepal Humanitarian Award amidst a function organized in Lalitpur on Saturday, October 9, 2010. 
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USA-Nepal Humanitarian Awards Program Tulsi R Maharjan 2011-01-07 00:00:00Z 0
Welcome New member Laurie Cohen Tulsi R Maharjan 2011-01-05 00:00:00Z 0
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
Branchburg, NJ – Past President of the Rotary Club of Branchburg  Tulsi  Maharjan recently received a Rotary International Service Above Self Award. The Rotary International Board chose only 125 recipients out of the 1.2 million Rotarians across the world for the 2008-2009 award.
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RVCC Rotaract Club Tulsi R Maharjan 0
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15th Annual Best of Branchburg Reception
Saturday, March 21st, 2009
RVCC - Theatre Lobby, 4:30-7:30pm
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Image                                                                                                               Sean Kutz with his parents. 



Student of the Month - February 2013 - Sean Kunz Tulsi R Maharjan 0
Special Program on Substance Abuse and Bullying Daniel J Matyola 0
MicroCredit Project Tulsi R Maharjan 0
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While we slept on November 7th.. They cleaned Readington Road..
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Trima Benefit Tulsi R Maharjan 0
Meghan Rose Bradley Foundation 3rd Annual Gala Tulsi R Maharjan 0
Sep 20, Rotary Peace Day Celebration Tulsi R Maharjan 0
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Mt. Everest climber and Sitar Music slated to raise funds for Orphans in Nepal. Saturday, April 4, 2009

East Meets West Tulsi R Maharjan 0
RI District 7510 - July International News Tulsi R Maharjan 0
Not My Kid Daniel J Matyola 0
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Branchburg Rotary members attended a special luncheon program at the Somerset County Vo-Tech school on February 25th to meet and learn about Interact Club.
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Edison & South Plainfield Rotary Clubs, Present Cheers for Charity, February 13th, 2009 - Part of the proceeds to benefit Nepal Orphan Project and Homes of Hope Project.

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Branchburg Rotary Club and Willow Tree Partnership 

BRANCHBURG -- Willow Tree is a program to teach middle school students the self confidence and skills they need to stand against drugs and to spread the word, as Willow Tree graduates say, "Proud to say No use, No way!"


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Nepal Orphan Project . Your individual $50 donation will give an Orphan in Nepal one year school tuition, health care and school supplies.



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