QUARTERS FOR A CAUSE

Brick Rotarians will be distributing quarters, laundry detergent and fabric softener to assist our neighbors in need during the holiday season:
 
 
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QUARTERS FOR A CAUSE

Brick Rotarians will be distributing quarters, laundry detergent and fabric softener to assist our neighbors in need during the holiday season:
 
 
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Hello Visitor

Thank you for visiting our club's website. Here is where you can stay up-to-date on our latest news, schedule of events and upcoming guest speakers at weekly lunchtime meetings. You are always welcome to attend a meeting. We look forward to seeing you there.

For information please contact:  P.O. Box 21 Brick, New Jersey 08723
Jody Huss
Club President
 
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Ring in the New!

Mark P. Balsam, Sr. and family at Mark's installation as President of our club and saying so long to Joyce.
 
 
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STOP HUNGER NOW

Posted on Nov 04, 2016

The Rotary Club of Brick Township will be volunteering at the Center for Vocational Rehabilitation, 15 Meridian Rd, Eatontown, NJ 07724

Registration is full so just go to the site. There will be a lot of help needed. Thank you!

Directions

Exit 100. Make left at first light to Hope Road.

Stay on Hope Road till you get to Industrial Way

Make a right onto Industrial Way

Make a left onto Meridian Road

It is the 2nd driveway

 

 

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September 15 Agenda

 
Welcome
 
Monthly Business Meeting
 
 
Director Meeting Details
August Monthly Attendance with reported makeups was 68.82 %
 
Upcoming Dates
o   September 18 Dog Fest – Raindate Oct 2 Volunteers Needed
o   September 21 Spotlight on Non-Profits – 5-7 PAL Drum Point Road-Sharing a table with Morning Club
o   October 5 – Vocational Assembly – Pines Manor , Edison
o   October 8 – RLI, Vineland
o   October 17 - Volunteer of Year Awards –LaBove Grande
o   October 19, 22 & November 9 – District Grants Training
o   October 21 - Trunk or Treat-Raindate: Oct 28  6:30 PM Elizabeth Ackerman will coordinate this event - need volunteers to donate and give out candy.
o   November 5 – Stop Hunger Now
o   November 11 – Thanks for Giving Dinner
o   November 12 – Rotary Day at the United Nations
o   December 4 – Rotary Holiday Party
 
Chamber of Commerce Events - Please remember to register at: http://www.brickchamber.com/ourevents
  • Business Builder Breakfast - Leisure Park, 1400 Route 70, Lakewood Date: October 7, 2016 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Chamberfest! Date: October 20, 2016
Old Business
Business Card Magnets
Revised Rotary Brochure
 
New Business
  • Volunteer of Year Award                                                       
  • District Grants Training Webinar Mark B & Mike Sr  
  • Kenya Rain Water Harvesting Global Grant Opportunity
  • Interfaith Hospitality Project
  • RLI October 8 2016                                                              
  • Stop Hunger Now – Sign up to Volunteer and Donate                                            
  • 2650 Award Criteria     $536 + $26.50 per member
  • Membership Committee Action Plan        
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September 8 Agenda

 
Welcome
 
Speaker: Richard Pasick
Topic: Social Security Claiming Strategies
 
 
Announcements:
  • Volunteers needed for Dog Fest on September 18. Please sign up with Elizabeth.
  • Volunteer of the Year Candidates - Lois 973-715-1053
  • Trunk or Treat-Friday, October 21 at 6:30 pm at the Drum Point Sports Complex -rain date October 28 - Elizabeth Ackerman will coordinate this event - need volunteers to donate and give out candy.
Upcoming Events: 
  • Member Appreciation Breakfast, September 10, 2016 - Joyce's home - 59 NIna Court Please RSVP to Joyce
  • 9/11 Memorial Ceremony at Windward Beach - September 11, 2016
  • Monthly Directors Meeting - September 13 7 PM Sharp at Brick Library on Chambersbridge Road
  • DOG FEST - Sunday, September 18 - 11-4 PM. Raindate: Oct 2
  • Evening Meeting - Thursday, September 22 at 5:30 PM at Charlie Brown's, Route 70, Lakewood
  • Vocational Assembly - October 5, 2016  Phill Lucas will be receiving Service Award at this event.
  • Bus Trip to NYCB Theatre at Westbury - Broadway Sings - November 1, 2016 $100 pp includes Dinner at Verdi's of Westbury. RSVP - Ann Colasurdo 732-833-9574
  • Chamber of Commerce Events - Please remember to register at: http://www.brickchamber.com/ourevents
  • Business Builder Breakfast - Brandywine Senior Living at Reflections, 1594 Route 88 West, Brick. Date: September 9, 2016 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Spotlight on Non-Profits Trade Show Date: September 21, 2016 - We are sharing a table with the Morning Club.
  • Business Builder Breakfast - Leisure Park, 1400 Route 70, Lakewood Date: October 7, 2016 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Chamberfest! Date: October 20, 2016

 Puns for Educated Minds

1. The fattest knight at King Arthur's round table was Sir Cumference. He acquired his size from too much pi.

 2. I thought I saw an eye doctor on an Alaskan island, but it turned out to be an optical Aleutian.

3. She was only a whiskey maker, but he loved her still.

4. A rubber band pistol was confiscated from algebra class, because it was a weapon of math disruption.

5. No matter how much you push the envelope, it'll still be stationery.

6. A dog gave birth to puppies near the road and was cited for littering.

7. A grenade thrown into a kitchen in France would result in Linoleum Blownapart.

8. Two silk worms had a race. They ended up in a tie.

9. A hole has been found in the nudist camp wall. The police are looking into it.

10. Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana.

11. Atheism is a non-prophet organization.

12. Two hats were hanging on a hat rack in the hallway. One hat said to the other: 'You stay here; I'll go on a head.'

13. I wondered why the baseball kept getting bigger. Then it hit me.

14. A sign on the lawn at a drug rehab center said: 'Keep off the Grass.'

15. The midget fortune-teller who escaped from prison was a small medium at large.

16. The soldier who survived mustard gas and pepper spray is now a seasoned veteran.

17. A backward poet writes inverse.

18. In a democracy it's your vote that counts. In feudalism it's your count that votes.

19. When cannibals ate a missionary, they got a taste of religion.

20. If you jumped off the bridge in Paris, you'd be in Seine.

 
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August 25 2016 

 
Welcome
 
Speaker: Bill Ridgeway, District 7500 Membership Chair
Topic: Membership
 
Guests: Sara Andreyev, Brenda Limaldi,  Mike Toth
 
 
Announcements:
  • Volunteers Needed - Sell DOG FEST Raffle tickets - Saturday, August 27 from 9 - 1 PM at Stop & Shop-Thank you to Mark & Judy Balsam  and Kurt Meier for their help last Saturday.
  • POAC Carnival at Windward Beach - Many Thanks to Elizabeth, Mike, Walt and Phyllis for bearing the heat and working with me at the carnival last Sunday.
  • Volunteer of the Year Candidates - Lois 973-715-1053
  • September 1 meeting- Madison Little District 7500 Global Grant Scholar
  • Trunk or Treat-Friday, October 21 at 6:30 pm at the Drum Point Sports Complex -rain date October 28 - need volunteers to give out candy.
Upcoming Events: 
  • Member Appreciation Breakfast, September 10, 2016 - Joyce's home - 59 NIna Court Please RSVP to Joyce
  • DOG FEST - Sunday, September 18 - 11-4 PM. Raindate: Oct 2.
  • Bus Trip to NYCB Theatre at Westbury - Broadway Sings - November 1, 2016 $100 pp includes Dinner at Verdi's of Westbury. RSVP - Ann Colasurdo 732-833-9574
  • Chamber of Commerce Events - Please remember to register at: http://www.brickchamber.com/ourevents
  • Business Builder Breakfast - Brandywine Senior Living at Reflections, 1594 Route 88 West, Brick. Date: September 9, 2016 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Spotlight on Non-Profits Trade Show Date: September 21, 2016 - We are sharing a table with the Morning Club.
  • Business Builder Breakfast - Leisure Park, 1400 Route 70, Lakewood Date: October 7, 2016 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Chamberfest! Date: October 20, 2016

LEXOPHILIA: Lexophilia is a word used to describe those that have a love for words, such as "you can tune a piano, but you can't tuna fish", or "to write with a broken pencil is pointless."   A competition to see who can come up with the best lexophiles is held every year in an undisclosed location. This year's winning submission is posted at the very end.

.. When fish are in schools, they sometimes take debate.

.. A thief who stole a calendar got twelve months.

.. The batteries were given out free of charge.

.. A dentist and a manicurist married.  They fought tooth and nail.

.. A will is a dead giveaway.

.. With her marriage, she got a new name and a dress.

.. A boiled egg is hard to beat.

.. When you've seen one shopping center you've seen a mall.

.. Police were summoned to a day-care center where a three-year-old was resisting a rest.

.. Did you hear about the fellow whose entire left side was cut off? He's all right now.

.. A bicycle can't stand alone; it's just two tired.

.. When a clock is hungry it goes back four seconds.

.. The guy who fell onto an upholstery machine is now fully recovered.

.. He had a photographic memory which was never developed.

.. When she saw her first strands of grey hair she thought she'd dye.

.. Acupuncture is a jab well done.  That's the point of it.

..And the cream of the twisted crop:  Those who get too big for their pants will be totally exposed in the end.

 
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New Story July 03 2016

Announcements:
  • President Ginger presided over her last meeting as President and presented Thank You gifts to Evelyn and Kurt.
  • Contact Kurt for Vest Fund tickets and please try to sell brochure ads.
  • Walt Durrea had a car accident - no one was hurt. Ginger will coordinate rides for Walt so he can join us at our meetings.
  • Roger Doty's knee replacement surgery was postponed to July 19 due to cellulitis.
  • The club welcomed Ashley Negron and her family. Ashley is a Brick Rotary scholarship recipient. She plans to become a nurse and midwife.
  • Ginger received a standing ovation for a job well done at the close of the meeting.
Happy/Sad:
  • Elizabeth - Happy to honor Ginger for her term as President; Happy Birthday to Jenn; Sad for the passing of Loretta Huss' father; Happy for Ashley; Happy for such a gorgeous day
  • Mark B - Sad hat while golfing at 7th hole he hit the ball long, heard a thud and thought he got a hole in one, but no, it hit and bounced 3" away
  • Mark C - Sad - no pin: Happy to be here; Good luck to Ashley; Congratulations to Ginger; Happy Birthday to Jenn; Sad for the passing of Loretta Huss' father; Happy/sad that he received his final recall from American Airlines and has to make a decision whether to fly for Jet Blue or American
  • Michael, Jr - Sad - no pin and late; Happy his wife is recovering from knee surgery very nicely
  • Mike, Sr - Good luck to Ashley; Congratulations to Ginger; Happy Birthday to Jenn; Welcome Pete Rapsowitz; Sad for the passing of Loretta Huss' father; wants Mark to stay with Jet Blue
  • Phill - Happy to welcome Pete, a fellow attorney; Happy that after 40 years working alone he has joined Pete's office; Happy for Ashley
  • Rich and Isabel Negron, Ashley's Parents - Proud of Ashley
  • Jodio Negron, Ashley's brother - Happy that Ashley received the scholarship
  • Ashley Negron - Thank you to Brick Rotary
  • Kurt - Sad he missed the Installation Party; Happy his house is sold; Happy for Ashley; Shaved his mustache; Sad his son moved out/Happy he will be on tour with his band, Dentist; Happy that next week he will get to sit at the tables with the rest of the club members
  • Ginger - Welcome Pete; Happy Birthday to Jenn; Sad for the passing of Loretta Huss' father; Happy for Ashley; Nostalgic because this would have been her 31st wedding anniversary; Appreciative of the nice things the club members have said about her term as president; Best of luck to Joyce
  • Matt - Happy birthday to Jenn; Happy for Summerfest; Sad that it is Ginger's last day as president; Sad for the passing of Loretta Huss' father; Happy to be here; Happy 4th to all
  • Jack - Happy to be here; Happy to challenge all to sell 90% of the tickets that he sells for Vest Fund Dance; Happy for Ashley
  • Evelyn - Happy that Ashley plans to be a nurse/midwife; Sold one car and now sharing a car with Doug - hopes it does not lead to a divorce
  • Jenn - Sad-No pin/late; Happy its her birthday
  • Joyce - - Happy to honor Ginger for her term as President; Happy Birthday to Jenn; Sad for the passing of Loretta Huss' father; Happy for Ashley; Welcome Pete
 
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June 23, 2016 eBulletin

Monthly Business Meeting:
  • Treasurer Report was reviewed
  • Cathy Lindenbaum had to step down as President-elect due to family issues.
  • The Board approved the appointment of Mark Balsam as President-elect, Jenn Weisert as Secretary to replace Mark and Elizabeth Ackerman as Director to replace Jenn. Kurt Meier was also approved to replace Rob Bowne who has left the club due to work responsibilities.
  • Deborah Horner stepped down as Governor-elect; David Forward will serve as Governor for 2016-2017.
Attendees were pleased to meet scholarship recipient, Julie Canata and her mom, Debbie. Julie thanked the club and informed us that she plans to be a Nurse Practitioner and will start school in September at Clemson.
 
You can view photos from the July 17th Installation of Officers and Directors which was held on Elizabeth's dock from the Home page by scrolling down to Photo Albums. It was a beautiful evening.
 
Happy/Sad
 
Mark C. - Happy for Julie; Happy to be here; Sad his flight was extended by 45 minutes; Sad a tree in front of his home fell during the storm
Mike, Sr -  Happy for granddaughter Gabriella's graduation and is going to Eastern Carolina U; Happy Phill is his chauffeur tonight; Happy to be stepping down as club treasurer
Lois- Happy for Julie; Looking forward to community garage sale this weekend
Tim - Sad Mark's flight took 4 hours; Sad that his 1st college course, accounting, was the longest and most boring and he got a parking ticket on his first day as well; Sad that a bladder infection put him in the hospital for three days due to a serious adverse reaction to the meds. Happy to be going to Florida to see his kids and grandkids
Phill - Happy/Sad that he is moving his office one flight down
Phyllis - When young had a very bad experience due to meds ; wished Joyce "Good Luck"
Matt - Happy for Installation of Officers and for Julie
Ginger p- No Pin; Happy for Installation of Officers and for Julie
Joyce - Happy for Julie and for grandson Chase's graduation
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May 19, Luncheon Meeting

Announcements
  • Vest Fund Meeting today at 4 PM at Police Station
  • Memorial Day Parade - May 30 - Pease let Ginger know if you would like to ride on float or march for Rotary
  • Installation Dinner - June 17 - A reminder will be sent via email and will be followed by invitation mailing. Tim Fazio was hospitalized due to severe pain. Our thoughts and prayers are with Tim for a speedy recovery
  • Phyllis has been asked to identify a Hands-on Project for our club for next year. Please contact Phyllis if you would like to help with her committee.
Guest Speaker
Past RI Director, PDG, Past President Mike, Sr. gave us a quiz on the Rotary Foundation.  It was fun and informative. Two tables had a tie for highest score - not sure who won the run-off.
 
Happy/Sad
Elizabeth: Happy Tim is ok; Happy Vest Fund Meeting is today; Sad - no pin
Mark B - Happy youngest granddaughter turned one; Happy for good conversation at their table - he learned about a party line
Michael, Jr. - Sad No pin/no badge; Happy he celebrated 24 years of marriage on May 17th; Happy both his children are home from college and doing well
Mike, Sr. - Happy about Phyllis' interaction with her client; Sad about Diane's driving problem, however, as future governor she will lead the way for us; Happy about first meeting with Zone 32 and planning Atlanta RI Conference; Happy to be semi-retired so he can use the store as an excuse to get away and do the groceries
Walt -  Happy to have a dollar
Dave - Happy to be her; Happy to be going to a lot of friends' weddings; Happy he went to NASCAR ; Happy he has nothing to do this weekend
Phyllis - Happy that her interaction with a client that has Downs syndrome was so joyful and ended with a hug: Thank you to Diane for driving to training
Kurt - Sad he will not be here next week; Happy to be going golfing at Manasquan River; then Pine Barrens, then Eagle Ridge; hopes weather gets better so there is no rain out
Jack - Happy to be here
Jenn - Happy to be sitting with Walt and enjoying his jokes again...and again... and again
Joyce - Happy that grandkids are all on honor roll; Thanks to Diane for driving on Saturday and Sunday!
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May 12, 2016 Luncheon Meeting

Monthly Business Meeting
  • Upcoming dates are listed in the right column.
  • A letter and a 2016-17 Dues invoice will be going out to all members.
  • There will be a Vest Fund meeting on May 19th at 4PM at the Brick Police Station.
  • Cathy Lindenbaum will do a presentation about Earlyact for the Point Beach club on June 14th because they are  looking for our help to start an Earlyact club.
  • Mark Colasurdo has agreed to chair a committee that will come up with a Brick Park Beautification or Plan that our club can implement over a 3-5 year period.
  • Our club is partnering with the Morning club to create a float and march in the May 30th Brick Memorial Day Parade. The Board approved the expenditure of $250 for the purchase of float decorations and candy which will be tossed from the float. Contact Phyllis-Lair-Lucas if you would like to ride or march behind the float in the parade.
  • Elizabeth obtained the Board's approval to ask the Morning club to join us in partnering with the Brick Chamber of Commerce in a 60th anniversary ad campaign. If they agree to share the cost our clubs will receive advertisement for the next six months on the chamber's website and mailings, etc.
Happy / Sad
  • Jack - Happy to be here; Sad that it cost $305 to replace lost car keys
  • Elizabeth - Happy for the folks that have responded to Dog Fest
  • Jenn - Happy for beautiful weather; Happy that her Grandmother is coming from Florida to attend the pre-school graduation of Jenn's daughter; Happy that she can have an 80th Birthday party for her Grandmother
  • Phyllis - Happy for members to march in the Memorial Day Parade; Happy for District Training on Saturday
  • Diane - Happy  that CRV Golf Outing is at Woodlake on June 21; Sad that one of her GSE Team members lost her baby shortly after giving birth
  • Mark C - Happy to be here and see us twice in one week; Happy Isabella is back to school; Happy Lexi will be 2 soon
  • Michele - Happy to be here
  • Jody - Happy cat is 4; Alex is 18; and its Loretta's birthday too; Happy about the weather; Sad that the pool needs a new heater and other stuff
  • Evelyn - Happy that it is National Nurses Day and she has been a nurse for 51 years!
  • Helen - Enjoyed hosting the Board of Directors Meeting; Keeping fingers crossed that her house sells; Looking forward to big birthday coming up - she told the story of when her kids saw her age on some paperwork years ago and thought there was an error because they did not think she could be that age
  • Walt- Happy to be here, sorry he's not all there
  • Kurt - Happy for the weather; Happy that Dick Pabell is in town; Sad that Dick could not come to lunch today; Sad that it cost $6 to replace license; Happy that it only took 20 minutes to do so
  • Mike Sr - Happy for District Conference; Happy to serve as RI President's rep at Bahamas District Conference- 10 different countries and 626 attendees; Then went to Evanston and came back sick
  • Joyce -Happy Mother's Day to all; Happy for Diane received the Barbara Tuttle Award at the District Conference; Happy that Granddaughter Emily turned 17 and passed her driver's test; Relieved that her daughter Lauren is recovering from her injuries due to a nasty fall
  • Ginger-Happy that the sun is shining; Thank you to Helen Fayad for hosting the Board of Directors Meeting; Happy Birthday to her daughter and to Loretta Huss; Happy that Elizabeth is having a Tupperware party tonight at her home - all are welcome
 
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Be a Gift to the World Dinner

RI President Ravi Ravindran presented members of the Rotary Club of Brick Township with Paul Harris awards. Ann and Mike Colasurdo, iane Rotondelli, Elizabeth Ackerman, , Jenn Weisert, Lois Currie, Mark Balsam. Phyllis Lair-Lucas, Gail Dempsey and Michele Eventoff were unable to attend.
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Paul Harris Fellow

 
Elizabeth Ackerman presented a much-deserved Paul Harris Fellow to MIchele Eventoff. Club President Ginger Reinhold presented and attached the pin while Elizabeth thanked Michele for her continued support and dedication throughout her years in our Rotary Club. Michele can always be counted upon to get our Rotary press releases out to the public.
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2015 Police Vest Fund Dance

31st Annual Police Vest Fund - 400 attendees dancing to the Infernos with New Jersey's Finest Police Dept, EMTs and Police Explorers. Great night!

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Brick Rotary Club Accomplishments for the 2013-2014 Rotary Year

Posted by Marie Joyce Van Haeren

These accomplishments are the result of our club and its members engaging in Rotary Activities in the first quarter of the Rotary year.

 

•  Have re-established a strong relationship, communication and support for the Earlyact and Interact Clubs of Brick

•  Awarded Scholarship checks to 9 students of Brick

•  Sponsored 2 Brick High School students to RYLA

•  Supported Relay for Life and Arnie’s Rotary Rowdies with the Pancake Breakfast

•  Hosted another successful Brick Bullet Proof Vest Fund Dance

•  Supplied over 55 backpacks and supplies to Brick students

•  Helped provide landscaping services to Dottie’s House

•  Continued support to the District Gift of Life program that directly helped save 30 children’s live with open heart surgeries

•  Hosted another successful Dog Fest event

•  Purchased dictionaries for every third grade student in Brick Township through a Literacy Project

•  Established the Joe Perna Memorial Scholarship Fund for graduating students of Brick wishing to study Criminology

•  Supported the re-building efforts for “Sandy’s Castle” in Point Pleasant Beach

•  Supporting the Brick High School Interact food drive

•  Through the Future Vision Grant Management Program, secured a total of $3200 for the Visitation Relief Center in Brick.  This is in addition to the $6000 we donated last Rotary year bringing our Club’s total to $9200.  District 7500 also made a donation of $14,300 to Visitation Relief Center bringing Rotary's combined total contribution to $23,500.

  • Organized 2 Blood Drives with the American Red Cross
  • Supported the Brick High Interact Food Drive
  • Supported U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots drive
  • With one of our Brick Interact Clubs, we purchased 2 Shelter Boxes for Philippines relief
  • Have two members participate in two different trips to India in support of the Eradication of Polio program
  • Clothes drive for the Mother Theresa Orphanage in India
  • First Annual Walk for Humanity allowing the community to raise money and bring awareness to a charity of their choice
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Brick Rotarians at Zone Conference

Posted by Marie Joyce Van Haeren
ImageBrick Rotarians, Michael Colasurdo, Sr., Mark Colasurdo and Jody Huss enjoyed lunch with RI President, Ron Burton on September 21st at the Zone Conference.
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Brick Rotary Lends Helping Hand

Posted by Marie Joyce Van Haeren
ImageIn response to a request for help from Dottie's House, Club President Mark Colasurdo and Past President, Jody Huss donated their time and energy Friday afternoon to mow the grass for them.

Dottie's House is a transitional housing facility designed to aid women and children who have survived domestic violence. They help these families develop the life skills needed to become self-sufficient for their future financial and emotional independence. Over the years Dottie's House has been the recipient of grant awards from The Rotary Club of Brick. Community participation in our fund-raising events make these grants possible.

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Rotary Club of Brick Township Week - Sunday, April 21st through Friday, April 26th 2013 Marie Joyce Van Haeren 0
Brick Rotary Celebrates 50 Years In The Community [AUDIO] Marie Joyce Van Haeren 0
7500 Group Study Exchange to Italy Marie Joyce Van Haeren 0
Rotarians honored as Champions of Change at White House Marie Joyce Van Haeren 0
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Congratulations to Walter Durrua

Posted by Marie Joyce Van Haeren
Past President, Roberto Flecha presented Walter Durrua with the 2011 Environmental Award for his outstanding efforts in support of the club's Green projects.
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Brick PAL Has Openings - Pre-School & Pre-K Programs Marie Joyce Van Haeren 0
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Backpacks for Kids

Posted by Joyce Van Haeren
Diane Rotondelli and Elizabeth Ackerman headed the annual Backpack for Kids campaign. Fellow Rotarians donated school supplies, backpacks and cash for needy kids.
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Seeking Professionals for Southern Italy Group Study Exchange Joyce Van Haeren 0
Bullet Proof Vest Fund Dance Update Mark Colasurdo 0
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Brick Rotary Recognizes Brandywine 0
Paul Harris Fellows 0
Rotarian of the Year Award 0
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Guiding Principles

Posted by Dina Silvestri
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The Object of Rotary

The Object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and foster:

  • FIRST. The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service;
  • SECOND. High ethical standards in business and professions, the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations, and the dignifying of each Rotarian's occupation as an opportunity to serve society;
  • THIRD. The application of the ideal of service in each Rotarian's personal, business, and community life;
  • FOURTH. The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service.
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Don't forget the eBulletin!

Posted by Dina Silvestri
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Check out our eBulletin link at the top of the page. Great way to keep in touch and update on what's going on. The eBulletin will automatically include the club's future speakers and have a link to the club web site for additional information.
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