President's Welcome Message     
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Hillsborough. We are a volunteer service organization made up of men and women from our community who come together to make a positive and lasting impact in and around Hillsborough Township. Each week we present insightful program speakers, enjoy a terrific meal, and share a wonderful amount of fellowship.  If you’d like to learn more about our club, please visit us at any of our events or come to one of our weekly meetings. We meet every Wednesday at 6:15 PM at The Landing restaurant located at 311 Amwell Rd, Hillsborough, NJ 08844. Please call me at 908.458.2612  to make arrangements.  To learn more about Rotary, please visit  Thank you for visiting the website.  We hope to see you soon at one of our meetings.
Greg Burchette, President 
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“There is no such thing as a bad memory – only an untrained one.”  That was the message at the core of “Memory Switch,” a workshop developed by leading memory expert, Matthew Goerke, who has taught thousands of business leaders, public speakers and celebrities the path to a better memory.  On Wednesday, January 23, Mr. Goerke delivered his message in person to Rotary Club of Hillsborough members, as well as members of the public who were invited to attend  the Club's weekly dinner meeting.
Pictured below, Club President Greg Burchette thanks Mr. Goerke and presents him with the Club's commemorative coffee mug.
There was no shortage of strikes or laughs for the twenty Rotary members,
family and friends who turned out for a fun night of bowling at Bowlmor
Lanes on Friday, January 18. The annual outing drew experienced, as well as
first-time bowlers, who enjoyed two and a half hours of bowling, food
and refreshments.
The winning Rotary Club of Hillsborough raffle ticket number, which was pulled on Wednesday, December 19, was 022, and the prize was $2255.  Congratulations to the winner.
Most of us marvel at those people who seem to effortlessly recall everyone's name, deliver a speech without looking at notes, or retain, over time, much of the information they read or hear. Well, according to memory expert, Matthew Goerke, such a memory is not necessarily a gift at birth, but the result of training - and he has been delivering that training to thousands of business men and women, public speakers and celebrities for years.
Hillsborough’s Social Services Department had some 30 elves on hand Wednesday evening to help sort and pack gifts for Hillsborough families in need.  Members of the Rotary Club of Hillsborough, joined by their family members, friends, and Boy Scouts, helped make sure that each of the family members that were signed up with the Social Services Department’s support program had ample gifts to celebrate the holiday season.  Families also receive food from the Town’s Food Pantry, along with gift cards, including $4,000 in Kohls gift cards donated by the Rotary Club of Hillsborough. 
“We can all use a helping hand from time to time,” commented Rotary Club of Hillsborough President, Greg Burchette. “Giving back to our community is part of our Club’s DNA, and this Hillsborough holiday packing event is very special to us.”
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