Manville Third-Graders Receive Lesson in Charity from Rotary Club of Hillsborough
Continuing one of its longest running annual traditions, the Rotary Club of Hillsborough distributed free dictionaries to Manville’s third-graders on Friday, December 7, ensuring that all Hillsborough and Manville children will have easy access to a tool that will serve them well throughout their academic careers.  The children, who were learning about caring this month in school, were asked to look up the word “charity,” which Rotary Club of Hillsborough President,Greg Burchette, explained was key to the mission of Rotary.
Caption: Celebrating his school’s Historical Figure Day, Albert Einstein (a.k.a. Oliver Fogarty, a Manville third grader) learned a valuable lesson in charity at the Friday morning assembly on December 7.  Every Roosevelt school third-grader received her/his own copy of a Webster’s Dictionary from the Rotary Club of Hillsborough. 
1.Malachi Elameto was the first third-grader to look up the word “charity” in his new dictionary and read the definition to his fellow classmates as Rotary Club of Hillsborough President Greg Burchette looked on.
2. Manville third-graders learn that caring includes community support from service organizations.  The Rotary Club of Hillsborough members (back row) handed out free dictionaries to all third-graders.