We are on to our second half of the Rotary year 2014/15. It’s quite exciting to know that we still have so many exciting activities, dates, projects, etc., ahead of us.It all begins at the weekly club meeting, where members catch up with friends, hear what's happening in their community, and organize club activities and service projects. With the technology age in full swing and the advent of social media and the like, there is still nothing better than setting aside 1hr a week to connect with the people in my community who share my passion for doing good.
We will be embarking on a membership drive. I'm calling it the Charter Challenge! The goal is to build our membership up to the same 31 members as it was in 1968 when our club was chartered .Timeline to be determined , but we can certainly shift our focus on accomplishing this goal.
Rotary dictionary day in Middle Twp, Cape May Court House, NJ
Nearly 200 books were personally handed to each third grader at Elementary number 2. The students were thrilled and especially liked viewing the longest word in the English language on page 373, and also finding out about Rotary! They were full of great questions about what Rotary does in our community and worldwide.
Pictured is the third grade classroom of Margie Delollis
In the photo,
Mid Jersey Cape Rotary President Pearline Ross
New Generations Chair Francey Burke
See article in the March issue of the Rotarian about the growth of grassroots libraries, well in four to six weeks MJC Rotary will be in the lending library business. We will need a location to install this and several others that are being made.