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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Hillsborough website! 
 
On these pages you’ll learn about how our club fulfills our mission of service above self while enjoying the fellowship of a diverse group of men and women who come together to make a positive and lasting impact in our community and the world.   Our Club meets at 6:15 PM at The Landing restaurant (311 Amwell Rd, Hillsborough) on the first and third Wednesdays of the month to share a meal and friendship, plan service projects and hear interesting speakers. For those who cannot attend in-person, we also Zoom our meetings. 
 
We welcome new members who share our commitment to our community and wish to participate in local service projects, as well as fun social events.  If you are interested in joining us, or simply learning more about our club, please contact us by email at Rotaryclubhboro@gmail.com, and we will respond by phone or email. Additionally, you can learn more about the worldwide reach of Rotary at www.Rotary.org.  Please call ahead of the meeting to confirm your visit with us.
 
Thank you for visiting our website. We look forward to seeing you at the Rotary. 
 
Ben Rozenblat
President
908.896.5950
Service Above Self  
 
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New book donation site opens today!
Location: Iron Peak Sports Complex @ 137 Mountain View Rd.
*Books MUST have an ISBN number to be accepted.
Donated books are resold, redistributed or recycled properly, if unable to be salvaged
Proceeds go to support various community service initiatives spearheaded by the Rotary Club of Hillsborough, annually.
(Pictured: Club President, Ben Rozenblatt & Rotarian, Gregg Wilke)
 
In the context of Veterans Day, citizens have had the opportunity to sponsor flags for their heroes. This morning our club members and volunteers set up 100 flags for our heroes at the Municipal building in Hillsborough. Join us to honor our heroes.
 
 
 
Sponsor a flag for our Heroes.
Click on the donate now button below to sponsor a flag.
Keep an eye on our website regularly for more information.
 
Candy & Supply Drive!
Thanks in advance for your support to make this donation drive a success! Pandemic significantly impacted Operation Shoebox’s usual collection & mailing efforts.
Let’s help make up for it now by supporting them in supporting our troops.
See flyer for accepted items and drop-off locations.
Additional businesses are more than welcome and invited to participate at drop-off locations. Just let us know if you’d like to participate!
 

(Left to right) Rotarians Tod Mershon, President Ben Rozenblat, Rotarian and Head of Social Services and Parks and Recreation, Bob Wagner, and Rich Salem helped to distribute 300 boxes each of produce, cheese and meats to local families in need of assistance. The drive-through distribution event is one of several held by the Township’s CAN (Community Action Network.  Rotarians and Hillsborough Mayor, Shawn Lipani, was there to thank the Township staff members and numerous volunteers  for their efforts.
The Rotary Club of Hillsborough was proud to participate in the 250th Anniversary of the Hillsborough parade.
Perfect day. Great to see the community and be a part of it.
Front- Steve Cohen, Amrik Sahota, Rich Salem, Gary Diogene, Ben Rozenblat; in the van- Al Catalina driving and Michele Kidd.
 
Hurricane Ida has caused a lot of damage to several families in Somerset County, New Jersey.
Some members of our Rotary club, together with the Social Services team, have sorted all the collected donations for the families affected by Hurricane Ida. Our thoughts go out to everyone affected by Hurricane Ida.
 
 
Rotarians taking part in honoring those who had fallen, police, fireman, and rescue at the 20th anniversary of 9/11 hosted by Hillsborough Volunteer Fire Company #2. Never forget.
 
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