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Rotary Means Family

 

Rotary means family

 

Emily Koerner with her father (left) and

Peter Singagliese, past president of the

Central Ocean Rotary club (right).

 

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By Emily Koerner, a former Interactor, native of Toms River, New Jersey, and student at the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania, USA

I often wonder what other people think about when they hear the word “Rotarian.”

Since I was about 10 years old, I attended many service events with my dad (a member and past president of the Central Ocean Rotary Club in Toms River, New Jersey). The members welcomed me with open arms, laughs, and, of course, a ton of work to be done.

I learned about camaraderie and good work ethic at a young age. I also learned not every family was like my own. Not everyone has my abilities, my health, or my amazing parents. Not everyone has food at their table, a steady job, or a home. But together, the Rotarians work hard to extend a helping hand to anyone struggling to lift them up.

Rotary Means Family 2017-01-25 05:00:00Z
It's A Wonderful Community Christmas
It's A Wonderful Community Christmas Pearline Ross 2016-11-13 05:00:00Z
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Student of Month June 2016

Student of Month June 2016

Hi, my name is Emily Kelley and I am a sophomore at Middle Township High School.  I am a resident of Cape May Court House and have attended Middle Township Public Schools since Pre-Kindergarten.  Currently at MTHS I am a part of an extensive amount of sports and clubs.  I play field hockey in the fall and lacrosse in the spring.  During the winter season I participate in the school Musical.  Over the course of the entire year, I play the flute in the band, am a member of Student Council and Key Club.  I am also very involved in all activities regarding the Class of 2018 as I was the Secretary of my class this past school year and will be president of my class for the 2016-2017 school year.  Regarding community service, in fifth grade I began helping out at my church’s food pantry and a few years later, I became a helper at Vacation Bible School.   I also volunteer at the theater camp “Shore Productions” .  In high school, I have volunteered for numerous events such as Toys for Tots, Caring for Kids and many others.  On top of the work I do outside of the regular school day, I am also taking four honors classes and currently hold a 4.57 grade point average ranking me sixth in my class.  Balancing all of these activities is not easy, but I believe that if you have a positive attitude and are passionate about something, anything can be done, no matter what the task.  Throughout my years at Middle Township Pubic Schools, I have been introduced to so many extraordinary opportunities.  Two years ago I was recognized for my hard work as “Eighth Grader of the year” of the Middle Township Middle School for the 2013-2014 school year and now being honored as the Mid-Jersey Cape Rotary Club Student of the Month for June 2016 is a huge accomplishment in itself.  In March of 2016 I was able to take part in MTHS’s annual Red Cross Club Blood Drive and donated blood to the Red Cross Organization.  I was also given the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel to France and Spain during Spring Break of 2016. In late June I will be traveling to Boston to attend the Congress of Future Medical Leaders where attendees will have an in-depth experience of what it is like to become/be a physician.  I could not be more thankful for being honored as the Mid-Jersey Cape Rotary Club Student of the Month and am very appreciative of the teachers who nominated me for this award.
Student of Month June 2016 2016-05-31 04:00:00Z
Student of Month May 2016

Student of Month May 2016

Hello, my name is Rob Giulian, and I am currently a sophomore at Middle Township High School. I am sixteen years old and reside in Stone Harbor. I am very honored to be the Mid-Jersey Cape Rotary’s May “Student of the Month”.  I believe that hard work and a positive attitude will get you anywhere in life.  Being selected for this award is a highlight of my work ethic.  I am a three sport athlete running cross-country in the fall, playing basketball in the winter and playing tennis in the spring.  On top of playing sports I am very involved in school as well as in my community. I am a proud member of Red Cross Club, Italian-American Club and Interact Club which the Rotary Club sponsors.  At Middle Township High School, I serve in several leadership roles such as being the Class of 2018’s Vice President and a Student Council Elected Officer.  In addition to playing sports and being involved in clubs, I work hard keep high grades. I currently hold a 4.3 GPA and am ranked 17th in the class.  In June, I will travel to Monmouth University to attend a leadership conference as I was selected by the high school officials.  In the community, I am heavily active in my church and town.  At Our Savior Lutheran Church in Stone Harbor, I am a lector and a teacher at Summer Vacation Bible School.  I am also very active in Stone Harbor as I always help with the Stone Harbor Fire Department’s Christmas, Easter and summer events.  I am willing to dedicate my time, effort and energy to help others.  I am always willing to give back to the community, and I especially try to be a role model for younger people. With determination, work ethic and the drive to help people, I believe that I can achieve anything in life.  I am confident that I can overcome any challenges and achieve greatness.  Thank you again for this great honor.  
Student of Month May 2016 2016-05-04 04:00:00Z
Student of Month April 2016

Student of Month April 2016

Hi I’m Maggie Fossett!

I am a sophomore at Middle Twp High school and am involved in numerous clubs and sports. I play field hockey and golf, and am a member of the Red Cross Club, Chess Club, and Key Club. This year was also my first year being involved with the school musical, as I was the Personal Assistant to our director. Budgeting my time with these activities and honors classes is not an easy feat. However with a positive attitude, I try my best to excel in everything I participate in without stressing myself out. For community service, I find ways I can donate my time and talents. I am an artist, and for this year's Spirit week I hand drew eight life sized astronauts for my classes’ hallway as well as drawing the characters for our Christmas door decorating contest. And fortunate enough, both contests were won. For future community service, I am prepared to contribute any time and effort I can. There is an upcoming art show coming up that is raising money for victims of drug abuse that I already have a painting made for and maybe another coming soon. I love art and being creative, helping others and being apart of the community in a positive way is just the motivation I need to keep doing what I’m doing. I am very thankful and appreciative for being honored for my hard work and my incredible teachers that recommended me for this.

 

 

 

Student of Month April 2016 2016-04-15 04:00:00Z
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Student of Month March 2016


March 2016
 
Dear Rotary Club of Mid Jersey Cape Members:
 
I am truly honored to be selected as the Service Above Self/Student of the Month.  My name is Rob Church and I am a senior honors student at Middle Township High School.  After high school, I plan on obtaining a degree in Civil Engineering so that I can work in a profession that benefits society and mankind.
 
Throughout my high school career, I have always made academics a priority while at the same time remaining involved in school and community activities.  I am a varsity tennis player and last year was recognized as First Team CAL as well as All South Jersey for first doubles.  I have also tried to do all I can to be involved in the school community where I have been a member of the Bible Club, Student Council, Math League and Future Business Leaders of America.  As a member of National Honor Society, I have completed a number of community service activities such as tending a wildlife habitat garden for special needs students in the Cape May County Special Services School District, as well as designing and building an outdoor tic-tac-toe board for the garden to help these students develop their leisure time skills.  In addition, I have spent time working in the historical herb garden at Gandy’s Farm, which helps the Historical Preservation Society of Upper Township educate the public about how herbs have been grown and used throughout our history.
 
I am also involved in my church, the First Baptist Church of Cape May Court House, where I am an usher and a planning committee member of a men’s outreach group.  I have volunteered for numerous church improvement projects, worked with the technology team and I am also currently involved in a mentoring program for at-risk youth.
 
In my spare time I enjoy researching South Jersey history, especially the Delaware Bayshore and area railroads.  I also enjoy collecting books and old postcards documenting the rich history of our region.
 
Again, I sincerely thank you for honoring me with this nomination!
 
Very truly yours,
 
Rob Church
Student of Month 2016 03 2016-03-10 05:00:00Z
Rotary Rewards Did You Sign Up?
 
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Rotary Rewards Did You Sign Up? 2016-02-19 05:00:00Z
Map of Rotary Benches
Do You Know were the rest of our benches are?
Take a photo and forward to newsletter editor along with location.
 
Map of Rotary Benches 2015-05-24 04:00:00Z
New To ClubRunner
New to ClubRunner or need a refresher? Register for free ClubRunner webinars here.

Read up on our latest updates! Release Notes are available on our Service Updates page.
New To ClubRunner 2015-05-18 04:00:00Z
Showcase
Showcase 2015-04-25 00:00:00Z
Classfication List
Looking for Members Check the List Below
Classification List
 
Accounting Service-Commercial
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Alcohol & Drug Programs
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Antique Sales
Apartment, Rentals
Appliances-Retail
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Architecture-Building
Architecture-Landscape
Artists Materials-Retail
Asphalt Products
Association Management
Athletic Club
Athletic Teams
Auctioning Services
Audio Visual Services
Auto-Body
Auto-Care
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Auto-Sales New
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Auto-Advertising Director
Auto-Sales Foreign
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Baking-Pastry
Baking-Retailing
Banking-Commercial
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Banking-Services
Barbering
Bath Fixtures-Sales
Bath Fixtures-Refinishing
Beauty Salon
Beauty Salon-Supply
Beverage-Distribution
Beverage-Retailing
Bicycle-Manufacturers
Bicycle-Retailing
Bicycle-Service
Blueprint Services
Boat-Services
Boat-Sales New
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Book-Distribution
Book-Publishing
Book-Sales
Bookkeeping Services
Bottle Gas Distribution
Bowling Centers
Broadcasting-Radio
Broadcasting-Television
Building Construction
Building Materials-Retailing
Building Services
Burglar Alarm Services
Business Forms & Systems
Business Services
Bus Transportation
Cable Television Services
Camera-Rental
Camera-Repair
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Campground-Owner
Campground-Manager
Candies-Retail
Carpet-Cleaning
Carpet-Sales
Catering Services
Cemeteries
Chamber of Commerce
Check Cashing Services
Child Care Services
Chiropractic Services
Cleaning Services-Home
Cleaning Services-Commercial
Clock-Sales
Clock-Service
Closet Organizer Systems
Clothing-Children
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Clubs & Associations
Cocktail Lounges
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Communications-Paging
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Computer-Consulting
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Construction-Commercial
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Contractors-Electrical
Contractors-General
Contractors-Grading & Paving
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Contractors-Painting
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Copier-Sales
Copier-Services
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Counseling Services
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Credit Card Accounting
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Classfication List 2015-03-29 00:00:00Z
Past Presidents
Rotary Year President
1968-1969 Edward Carter
1969-1970 Joseph Rixey Jr
1970-1971 Charles J Mears
1971-1972 Charles J Mears
1972-1973 Pete Rocap
1973-1974 Mace Ballentine
1974-1975 Richard Tozer
1975-1976 Warren Hall
1976-1977 Shah M Chaudrey
1977-1978 Clarence Battersby
1978-1979 James Laudenslagher
1979-1980 Ernie Ross Jr
1980-1981 Charles J Mears
1981-1982 Ronald Williams
1982-1983 Vernon Graham
1983-1984 Jay Helms
1984-1985 Edward Morrison
1985-1986 James Saad
1986-1987 David A Burke
1987-1988 James Pickering
1988-1989 David Williams
1989-1990 Edward Foster
1990-1991 Edward Foster
1991-1992 Carl J Records
1992-1993 Al Reath
1993-1994 Al Reath
1994-1995 Ernie Ross Jr
1995-1996 Ernie Ross Jr
1996-1997 David Williams
1997-1998 Charles J Mears
1998-1999 Pearline Ross
1999-2000 Pearline Ross
2000-2001 Fred Houston
2001-2002 Ronnie Town
2002-2003 Pat Haffert
2003-2004 Francey K Burke
2004-2005 Lilit Udani
2005-2006 Thomas Piratsky
2006-2007 ??
2008-2009 ??
2009-2010 ??
2010-2011 Francey K Burke
2011-2012 Francey K Burke
2012-2013 Francey K Burke
2013-2014 Nancy Pearson
2014-2015 Pearline Ross
 
Past Presidents 2015-03-13 00:00:00Z
Little Free Libarary
Little Free Libarary 2014-12-29 00:00:00Z
Ice Bucket Challenge
 
Ice Bucket Challenge 2014-08-23 00:00:00Z
MJC Rotary Installs 2014 Officers
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On July 1, 2014, the Mid Jersey Cape Rotary Club held its installation of new officers at the Wildwood Golf and Country Club. Pictured from left to right are: Ron Williams-Secretary, Crys Papperman-Treasurer, Francey Burke-New Generations Director, Pearline Ross-President, Divij Dave-Vice President and Nancy Pearson-Outgoing President. (Not in photo, Rachell Diaz- Public Relations Chair)

The Mid Jersey Cape Rotary Club meets every Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. at the Wildwood Golf & Country Club, located at 1170 Golf Club Road, Cape May Court House. Prospective members and guests are encouraged to attend. Let Rotary help you make a difference and be a part of the experience of “Service Above Self."

MJC Rotary Installs 2014 Officers Rachell Diaz 2014-07-11 00:00:00Z
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Dog Days of Summer
Dog on Ice. Photo from National Weather Station
Dog Days of Summer 2014-06-25 00:00:00Z
RI Presentation
Mid Jersey Cape was one of 5 Clubs in District 7640 to receive the;
 
2013-14 Rotary Club Central Award
for setting strategic goals to Engage Rotary,
Change Lives, this year and in years to come.
RI Presentation 2014-06-11 00:00:00Z
Yard Sale Signs
Yard Sale Signs 2014-04-12 00:00:00Z
Connect with Rotary on Facebook
 
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Connect with Rotary on Facebook Rachell Diaz 2014-04-04 00:00:00Z
Little Free Library
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.
Little Free Library 2014-03-11 00:00:00Z
Holiday Contest Winner Announced

Tom Matthews was thrilled to receive the Holiday decorating award from Rotary Club of Mid Jersey Cape

Holiday Contest Winner Announced 2014-02-23 00:00:00Z
Yard Sale Car Show April 19

Online Registration Open for Yard Sale & Car Show April 19

Yard Sale Car Show April 19 2014-02-23 00:00:00Z
Brand Central
Brand Central 2014-02-08 00:00:00Z
Earth Wind Map

Check out this really cool live wind map of the Earth. 

Earth Wind Map 2014-01-26 00:00:00Z
Rotary International Update January 2014

Rotary Update January 2014

 
Five Hundred and Thirty [530] District Governor Elects are now receiving training in San Diego, Thirty Four Thousand Plus [34,000] President Elects will begin training to be Club Presidents for the Rotary year 2014-2015 over the next several months. It doesn't seem that long ago that we just had installation of a new Rotary Club President.  
 
What have YOU done to improve your Club or help your Club meet it's Rotary Goal, there's only six [6] months left in the current Rotary year.
 
2014-2015 Rotary Theme
Rotary International Update January 2014 2014-01-19 00:00:00Z
Rotary Lunch February 13

We Still Need Some Desserts

Rotary Lunch February 13 2014-01-09 00:00:00Z
How Much Do You Know
  1. This Rotary president first was a newspaper Reporter in Denver. Who was...?
  2. 23 February 1905.  What was....?
    1. The Charter Night Dinner for Rotary Club of Chicago?
    2. Paul Harris' Birthday?
    3. The night four men decided to start an organization in Chicago?
    4. The First Regular meeting of Rotary Club of Chicago?
  3. A 1900 Walk after dinner by Paul Harris.  What was...?
    1. The Day Paul Harris' Grandfather died?
    2. The inspiration for Rotary?
    3. Paul's cure for irregularity?
    4. A desperate attempt to find legal work?
  4. Cowboy, Desk Clerk, Marble Salesman, Actor, Merchant Seaman, Fruit Picker. What were...?
    1. The fifth through the tenth members of the first Rotary Club?
    2. Classifications not included until after the convention of 1922?
    3. Paul Harris' jobs between 1891 and 1896?
    4. Occupations not thought to be good material for Rotary membership?
  5. This early Rotarian was secretary of Rotary International for 32 years. Who was...?
    1. Paul Harris?
    2. Chesley R. Perry?
    3. Arch Klumph?
    4. Herb Taylor?
  6. This famous Rotarian was expelled from a university.  Who was....?
    1. Paul Harris?
    2. Chesley Perry?
    3. Arch Klumph?
    4. Herb Taylor?
  7. The First Club, in a community of less than 100,000 population.  What is…?
    1. Chicago?
    2. Dallas?
    3. San Antonio?
    4. Pueblo?
  8. $26.50 from Rotary Club of Kansas City in 1917. What started the…?
    1. World War I relief fund
    2. Rotary staff retirement program
    3. First District conference budget
    4. The Rotary Foundation
  9. The First President of "Rotary." Who was…?
    1. Chesley Perry?
    2. Paul Harris?
    3. Harry Ruggles?
    4. Sylvester Schiele?
  10.  Give service to your customers and you'll make more money. What was the…?
    1. Four Way Test?
    2. The "Business Sharing" in early Rotary Clubs?
    3. "Fred" Sheldon's business philosophy?
    4. A violation of the "Rotary Code of Ethics?"
  11. Arch Klumph. Who was a…?
    1. Manufacturer who donated shoes to victims of polio?
    2. (the) First District Governor from the original district?
    3. (is) a present RI Director?
    4. Past RI President from Cleveland, credited with starting the Rotary Foundation
  12. Ann Brunier and Ann Gundaker. Who were the first…?
     
         1. Women members of Rotary International?
         2. Women Presidents of Rotary Clubs?
         3 . Rotaryanns?
         4. Woman District Governors?
  13. Bonus Questions:
  14.        What was the world's first non English speaking Rotary Club? The Answer is at Minneapolis #9
  15.        Answers will be available at the January 7 2014 Meeting
How Much Do You Know 2013-12-29 00:00:00Z
Polio vaccinator shot dead

  KHYBER AGENCY - Gunmen shot dead a health worker administering polio drops and other vaccines to children in Ghundi area of tehsil Jamrud on Saturday, officials said.

 
Sources said the man, Ghailaf, was performing his official duty during the expanded polio immunization (EPI) campaign at a center in Ghundi when unidentified militants broke into his office and opened indiscriminate fire, killing him on the spot. The killers successfully managed to escape from the scene after committing the crime.

 
Soon after the incident, Khasadar force reached the spot and shifted the body to Jamrud Hospital for medico-legal formalities. They also collected evidence from the site to start investigation in the matter, sources said. The deceased was a permanent employ of EPI program and a resident of Bara. It merits mentioning here that on 13th of the recent month, a polio worker was shot dead on his doorstep in Jamrud.
So far 19 polio positive cases have been detected in Khyber agency in 2013.

 
Agencies add: Officials said the assailants were two in number.  The murder took place at a government-run dispensary in Jamrud town in the Khyber tribal district. The gunmen ordered women and children to leave before shooting dead the vaccinator, doctor Sameen Jan, the top health official in Khyber told a foreign news agency.


Nobody immediately claimed responsibility for the killing, but Taliban militants have been targeting health workers and security personnel during vaccination campaigns. A local administration official confirmed the incident and said that the assailants left a note on the body warning of dire consequences for anyone continuing to vaccinate children in Khyber.

 
The attacks come despite a recent fatwa by a prominent religious scholar, known as the ‘Father of the Taliban’, who urged parents to immunise their children against polio and other life-threatening diseases and said vaccinations were compliant with Sharia.

 
Last year the Pakistani Taliban banned polio vaccinations in the tribal region of Waziristan, alleging the campaign was a cover for espionage. Eradication efforts have also suffered due to long-standing rumours that the vaccine was part of a Western plot to sterlise Muslims.

 
Ansarul Mujahideen, a little-known militant group linked to the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, the umbrella Taliban faction in Pakistan, has threatened opposition leader and former cricket hero Imran Khan for criticising attacks on polio vaccination teams. Khan on Wednesday declared polio workers as soldiers of Islam and said those attacking them were not doing any justice to humanity, Islam or Pakistanis.

 
Pakistan is one of three countries in the world where polio remains endemic and efforts to stamp it out have been badly affected by attacks on health workers inoculating children. Polio is also endemic in Afghanistan and Nigeria. According to the World Health Organization, Pakistan recorded 72 cases of polio this year compared with 58 in 2012. New Delhi last week announced it would require citizens from Pakistan and other polio-affected nations travelling to India to take a mandatory vaccination for the disease at least six weeks prior to their departure. 

Polio vaccinator shot dead 2013-12-28 00:00:00Z
Happy Holidays
Happy New Years

 
 
Next Meeting January 7th

 

@ the Bellevue Tarvern 
Happy Holidays Ron Williams 2013-12-13 00:00:00Z
Student of Month December 2013
Dear Rotary Club Mid Jersey Cape,
         
          Thank you all for nominating me to be Middle Township's Service Above Self/Student of the Month for this month. I am an honors student at Middle Township High School who tries to be involved in as many extra-curricular activities as I can. I am a member of French Club, Italian-American Club, Math League, Student Council, and Key Club. I also was recently picked to be a performer in this year's musical at the high school. I also am the Parliamentarian for my sophomore class and have been since last year.
          Throughout each year, I try to do all I can to be involved in my community. I volunteer in my community mainly through the Key Club at Middle Township High School. In Key Club, we adopt a family each year, and with this family, we do as much as we can to help them get through each year as easily as possible. As Christmas approaches, we try with everything we can to give them supplies they need and/or want to help them. I also volunteer at monthly events called "Caring for Kids", there the student volunteers, such as myself, entertains the kids of families who are struggling while the parents are educated on how they can make their children's lives the best they can be. In addition, through Key Club, I volunteer at spontaneous events such as "Disability Day", where I went to Avalon Elementary school and helped serve lunch to everyone at the event.
Thank you again for this nomination!
 
Sincerely,
Blake Brown
Student of Month December 2013 2013-12-10 00:00:00Z
Once a Month
Once a month we will be emailing our Newsletter to former members.  If you wish to unscubscribe please see below
Once a Month Ron Williams 2013-12-03 00:00:00Z
Sharing Your Unique Skills and Experiences

Are you interested in sharing your unique skills and experiences with others in your community?

Rotary unites people from all continents, cultures, and occupations—it's truly one of our greatest strengths. Our members are leaders in their fields and communities. Our diverse perspectives help us to see problems differently—and help us solve them in communities throughout the world. 

 

Through Rotary, our members find many ways to meet, exchange ideas, and make lifelong friendships, including:

  • Weekly club meetings
  • Online discussion boards
  • Interest-based affinity groups
  • Local events
  • Our annual international convention 

 

Sharing Your Unique Skills and Experiences 2013-11-30 00:00:00Z
NJ For Philippines: The Rock Open Mic
MJC Rotary will be holding a fundraiser on Dec 9th, 2013 NJ for Philippines, The Rock OPEN MIC at The Deck, Pacific Ave, Wildwood at 9:00 pm to raise funds for Rotary Club of Pampanga North, Philippines to support their efforts to provide relief for the victims of Super Typhoon, Haiyan on site. The event will feature THE ROCK BOYS band, budding artist Julia Weldon from New York, and other local bands and musicians donating their time and talent for this event. Register through our website and join us as we reach out to the philippines. 
If you are unable to come out, you can still help out by making a donation through www.njforphilippines.com
NJ For Philippines: The Rock Open Mic Rachell Diaz 2013-11-21 00:00:00Z
Happy Thanksgiving
Happy Thanksgiving 2013-11-20 00:00:00Z
Thank You Burke Motor Group
Thank You Burke Motor Group
Thank You Burke Motor Group 2013-11-11 00:00:00Z
GolfLess Gala 2013 Poster

GolfLess Gala 2013

Nancy Pearson President, Rachell Diaz President Elect, Francey Burke Golfless Gala Chairperson, Pearline Ross, Rita Fulginiti, Tammy Allison
GolfLess Gala 2013 Poster 2013-11-04 00:00:00Z
Who Had A Hole In One
Hideaway Hills Golf Club in the Poconos. Hole number 12. 121 yards over a ravine, 7 iron.   Her Golf Partner was texting at the time so she had to rely on the foursome in front to be a witness.
Who Had A Hole In One 2013-10-21 00:00:00Z
GolfLess Gala Sponsorships
It's that time of year that we need to get out and find some NEW Sponsors for the Golfless Gala.  Remember that this is a MAJOR fund raiser for MJC and we need your help to make it a success.  Fly like an eagle  FIND that NEW Sponsor TODAY
 
 
GolfLess Gala Sponsorships 2013-10-04 00:00:00Z
Time Till GolfLess Gala Time Till GolfLess Gala Ron Williams 2013-09-28 00:00:00Z
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Google Search
If you go the website the first story on the home page is now a Google search box.  Looking for something type it in the search box.  Try searching for your name to see how many time you are listed
Google Search 2013-09-22 00:00:00Z
Get More Out Of Membership Connect For Good
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Your Rotary membership starts in your club. Getting involved will develop your leadership skills and knowledge and build lifelong friendships.
 
Rotary Brings together leaders-people like you who want to make a difference.  We're here to provide you with the resources and opportunities to improve your community and create change in the world
 
Check out the NEW Rotary Website
Get More Out Of Membership Connect For Good 2013-08-22 00:00:00Z
Golfless Gala 2013
Golfless Gala 2013 Francey Burke 2013-08-12 00:00:00Z
Chips & Divots Chips & Divots 2013-08-02 00:00:00Z
Classic beauty Classic beauty Charles Mears 2013-07-18 00:00:00Z
When You Know Better Do Better
When You Know Better Do Better 2013-06-29 00:00:00Z
Installation Lunch June 25 2013
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Don't Miss this weeks meeting June 25, 2013
 
The installation of NEW officers and directors
 
by outgoing
 
District Governor John Andrews.
 
Family and Freinds are WELCOME
 
email FranceyBurke@Hotmail.com
 
to confirm that you are attending and the number of guest you are bringing
 
Don't forget to sign up for the District Changeover Dinner June 28, 2013 @ Seaview Country Club Galloway Township
 
Installation Lunch June 25 2013 Ronald Williams 2013-06-20 00:00:00Z
Announcements
1. New Members OFFICAL Installation June 18, 2013
2. New President Installation June 25, 2013
3. District Changeover Dinner June 28, 2013
4. Dues bills were recently emailed,  if you received a blank email let me know and I will resend.
5. Skipped a step on last email.
 
Announcements Ronald Williams 2013-06-18 00:00:00Z
Installation of New Members
Don't miss the offical installation of Dallas, Rachell, Rita and Jeanne @ June 18th Meeting
Installation of New Members Ronald Williams 2013-06-12 00:00:00Z
WELCOME PRESIDENT NANCY PEARSON!
WELCOME PRESIDENT NANCY PEARSON! Rachell Diaz 2013-06-07 00:00:00Z
Read
  
Read Ronald Williams 2013-06-06 00:00:00Z
Testing New
This bulletin is a test of a new style and content.  Your comments would be appreciated on the layout and colors
 
Don't Forget to Sign Up For The ICE Cream Social
Testing New Ronald Williams 2013-06-02 00:00:00Z
Get in Gear for Rotary

GET IN GEAR FOR ROTARY

 

Get in Gear for Rotary Rachell Diaz 2013-05-16 00:00:00Z
GSE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
           
MJC Rotary hosts dinner for young professionals of Milan
 
 
The Mid Jersey Cape Rotary hosted a dinner in honor of the group exchange study from Milan on May 2, 2013 at the Wildwood Golf and Country Club. Cape May Courthouse   
 
The event- chaired by MJC President Francey Burke was in honor of the GSE Team of young professionals namely, Daniele Castelli, Engineer- Pharma Industry, Giulia Centonze, Marketing Assistant in the Wealth Management Division of Detsche Bank, Elisabetta Colomba, Podiatrist, Giacomo Mainetti, Automation Engineer and team leader Maria Letizia Baldini who has been a Rotarian since 2006.
 
“It is indeed an honor for us to be given the opportunity to host this group of amazing young professionals.” MJC President Francey Burke said on her welcome address. The event began with an inspiring invocation by Rotarian Rev. Wayne Conrad. It was then followed by a short presentation by Rotarian Rachell Diaz who has recently moved to New Jersey from a Rotary Club in Malaysia. The presentation focused on what Rotary is about and the recent accomplishments and projects the Mid Jersey Cape Rotary has done.
 
Guests and Rotarians from neighboring Rotary clubs: Wildwood, Ocean City, Audubon, Port Norris, Somers Point, Woodbury, Bridgeton, Lower Township and Upper Township New Jersey, enjoyed dinner whilst the GSE team took everyone to an interactive trip to Milan and introduced themselves through a detailed presentation.
 
The MJC Rotary awarded each of the team members with a certificate of Appreciation and likewise the Milan group presented their token of appreciation to end the night.
 
GSE Ronald Williams 2013-05-05 00:00:00Z
Moving On
We have moved to Version 3.0 in ClubRunner: Lots of changes, faster, easier to use, many different designs.  Watch for more changes, there may be some minor bugs let me know what you find.
Moving On Ronald Williams 2013-05-05 00:00:00Z
MJC VIDEO PRESENTATION
MJC VIDEO PRESENTATION Rachell Diaz 2013-05-02 00:00:00Z
MJC ROTARY ON NBC NEWS 40
MJC ROTARY ON NBC NEWS 40 Rachell Diaz 2013-05-02 00:00:00Z
Did You Know
Forty is the only number that is spelled with its letters in alphabetical order.
Did You Know Ronald Williams 2013-04-28 00:00:00Z
Student of the Month
Paige Cantz
Rotary Club's Service Above Self/Student of the MonthImage
Student of the Month Rachell Diaz 2013-04-25 00:00:00Z
Get in Gear for Rotary

Enjoy the Jersey Shore scenery, while raising funds for our local community!

 

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For more information and to register, please contact:  

 

Francey Burke, President of Rotary Club of Mid Jersey Cape @ 463-5757, or franceyburke@hotmail.com

 

 

Be a Get In Gear Event Sponsor for only $25!! 

 

 

FULL LUNCH  by SEVEN MILE ISLAND DELI  STARTING @ 11 AM

 

 

 

 

Rain date of Sunday, May 5th, only if torrential rain; all event updates will be posted by 7 am the day of the bike-a-thon @midjerseycaperotary.org   

 
Get in Gear for Rotary Rachell Diaz 2013-04-20 00:00:00Z
Meet the GSE Team

Click here to know more about the GSE teamImage

Meet the GSE Team Rachell Diaz 2013-04-19 00:00:00Z
MJC Yard Sale
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MJC Yard Sale Rachell Diaz 2013-04-17 00:00:00Z
Interact Club : Josh the Otter Project
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Interact Club : Josh the Otter Project Rachell Diaz 2013-04-17 00:00:00Z
Josh the Otter

 

MIDDLE TOWNSHIP INTERACT CLUB 

District-wide Staff Dress Down Day

Friday April 26, 2013  

2nd Annual JOSH THE OTTER

Funds raised will be used to purchase books for every child in Pre-Kindergarten in Middle Township Public SchoolsInteract members will provide a reading to each class and present each student with the Josh the Otter packet, which includes “Josh the Baby Otter” book, Power Point/audio CD, coloring book and sticker.  The official “Josh the Otter” will also make an appearance.

Interact/Josh the Otter

                       

                                                        visit: http://www.joshtheotter.org/     for more information.

 
 
Josh the Otter Rachell Diaz 2013-04-16 00:00:00Z
WELCOME GROUP STUDY EXCHANGE TEAM FROM MILAN

 

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WELCOME GROUP STUDY EXCHANGE TEAM FROM MILAN Rachell Diaz 2013-04-16 00:00:00Z
GSE Inbound 2013

GSE Inbound 2013 Ronald Williams 2013-04-15 00:00:00Z
Turned OFF

Turned off Saturday March 30th at Noon turned on Monday April 1, 6 AM no cell phone no email for 36 hours try it you might like it.

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Turned OFF Ronald Williams 2013-04-01 00:00:00Z
Think Like A Rotarian

How to find information on our website?  You must think like a Rotarian.  See the Menu in the next section

 

 
Think Like A Rotarian Ronald Williams 2013-03-24 00:00:00Z
Speaker Assignment Duties

Please Note We have a NEW Speaker Chair Emily Paul

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
If you are the Program Chair please have your speaker information posted six [6] weeks before your month.  Why? This will allow us to have the information posted in local newspapers. 
 
 

 

Speaker Assignment Duties Ronald Williams 2013-03-02 00:00:00Z
Version 3.0
We are using Version 3.0 beta of ClubRunner to send out the newsletter.  One of the features of Version 3.0 is that we can send the newsletter to Ex members of Mid Jersey Cape.  As this is a beta version you may not be able to unsubscribe to the newsletter but if you do not want to be included please email newsletter editor and we will remove you from the list. we have some work to do with the new system on laying out articles please bear with usindecision
Version 3.0 Ronald Williams 2013-03-02 00:00:00Z
Interact

Middle Township High School Interact Club connects with needy

Press of Atlantic City

Interact Ronald Williams 2013-02-24 00:00:00Z
New Members
List of Possible New Members
 
1. Pass Speakers
2. Parents of Interact Students
3. Parents of Rotaract Students
4. Your Relatives
5. Your employees
6. Your Freinds
7. People you do business with
8. Parents of Student of Month
9. ????????
New Members Ronald Williams 2013-02-23 00:00:00Z
District Conference 2013

Put Your RACING Suit On

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District Conference 2013 Ronald Williams 2013-02-16 00:00:00Z
Learn.Rotary.Org
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Learn.Rotary.Org Ronald Williams 2013-02-06 00:00:00Z
MTHS Interact
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MTHS Interact @ Mid Year Conference Cumberland College
MTHS Interact Ronald Williams 2013-02-03 00:00:00Z
Duct Tape Survey
Have you followed up on new members or other items from the Duct Tape Survey?  We need to grow the Club. Invite a propective member to help out at the lunch program Febuary 14th.
Duct Tape Survey Ronald Williams 2013-02-03 00:00:00Z
Calling All Beta Testers! ClubRunner Version 3.0!
Personalize your web presence to reflect your club's unique style with the easiest website designer yet!


Our development team has been working hard to create the third generation of ClubRunner - Version 3.0. Based on feedback we've gathered over the years, we've designed a platform that you've been asking us for.

 
The 3rd generation of ClubRunner will feature a revolutionary new designer, far more intuitive and modern than what you are currently used to. Your key to connect to the cloud, the ClubRunner Version 3.0 will be hosted on the Microsoft Azure platform, which means that it will be faster, more reliable and even more secure than ever before.

Additional Information

 

Rotary Club of Mid Jersey Cape Newsletter "The Middle Gear" is now in Version 3.0

Calling All Beta Testers! ClubRunner Version 3.0! Ronald Williams 2013-02-02 00:00:00Z
Student of Month January

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 Francey K Burke President MJC Rotary, January Student of the month Joseph Duma, Rich Falletta, MTHS Principal

Student of Month January Ronald Williams 2013-01-30 00:00:00Z
How To Surive A Charging Elephant

It is estimated that about 500 people are killed each year by elephants, either where they live or in captive situations. If by a stroke of ill-fortune you are unlucky enough to come face-to-face with an angry elephant, your very survival is at stake. While there are no guarantees, knowing what to do when an elephant charges before your travel in elephant country or work with elephants is a sensible precaution. The aim is to stay alive!

Decide whether or not the elephant in the situation is actually going to charge. It is thought that most charges are "mock" (threat) charges, that is, the elephant is pretending to charge but is actually testing you out to see if you're aggressive or a non-threat. Be able to recognize the difference between an elephant who is making a mock charge and an elephant who is about to trample you. 

Watch the elephant's ears. If an elephant's ears are relaxed, he is probably making a mock charge. Ears that are fanned out are indicative of a mock charge.

If the elephant's ears are pinned back flat, it is likely that the charge is real. This will often be accompanied by a trunk that is curled inward.


Listen for warnings. You're likely to hear trumpeting of a warning from the elephant.

Look for displacement activities. There are some other indicators of an elephant working out whether to charge or retreat. These include a twitching trunk and swinging one leg to and fro. The biologist responsible for discovering this, Dr. George Schallar, realized that the more pronounced these "displacement activities", the more likely the elephant was making a threatening show out of fear and had no intention to really charge.

How To Surive A Charging Elephant Ronald Williams 2013-01-09 00:00:00Z
Flag Counter Flag Counter Ronald Williams 2013-01-07 05:00:00Z
Rotary 101

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What Is Rotary?

"Rotary is an organization of business and professional persons united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build good will and peace in the world."

Those 31 words are worth remembering when someone asks, "What is a Rotary club?'

Oldest and Largest Service Organization

More than 160 countries worldwide

Approximately 1.2 million Rotarians worldwide

More than 30,000 Rotary Clubs worldwide
 

Rotary 101 Ronald Williams 2013-01-06 00:00:00Z
December Student of Month

Image Hello, my name is Julianna Biederman and I am a student at Middle Township High School.  I have lived in Cape May Court House all my life and I am an identical triplet. My sisters’ names are Alexandra and Veronica; they also attend classes with me at Middle Township High School.  I am currently a junior in high school and involved in many clubs and was elected to be the Public Relations person for Interact. I am working hard in school and look forward to furthering my education after next year in college.  Where, that might be, I am not sure yet. 

 

One thing I enjoy a lot is helping others. I know that I am very blessed and that there are a lot of less fortunate people in the world.  I truly believe that one person can really make a difference and change the world.  The clubs I am involved in are Interact club, Red Cross club, Go green club, Bible Club, and Art club.  All the clubs I am involved in believe strongly in students giving of their time to others.   This school year alone, I have done 24 hours of community service.  Many of these hours were through my involvement with Interact.  The volunteering is really rewarding and lets me see how lucky I am.  Some of the volunteering I liked the best was Caring for Kids, going to the Wildwood Fire Hall & Atlantic City Mission to sort clothing, and serving food at the Baptist Church with other members of Rotary. Being involved in these activities has taught me a lot and helped me become more mature.  From these experiences, I know that service to others will always play a role in my life.

 

            After high school I think I may want to join the Peace Corp for a year and then attend college.  I would like to become a dentist so a college and major that would prepare me for this career is my plan. I am excited for what awaits me in the future and am thankful for how blessed I am.

 

Sincerely,

 

Julie

 

 

 

December Student of Month Ronald Williams 2012-12-14 00:00:00Z
Planet Earth
Planet Earth Ronald Williams 2012-12-05 00:00:00Z
Beyond a Hot Lunch - Empowering Through Education
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Rotary Club of Mid Jersey Cape and Middle Township High School Interact Club participated in the First Baptist Church Hot Lunch Program in Wildwood NJ 2012

If you missed the Hot Lunch Program last year please get it on your calendar for this year Thursday Feburary 13 2014

 

  10 AM-Noon 

 

This event will be one of the most rewarding  two  hours of your life.

Beyond a Hot Lunch - Empowering Through Education Ronald Williams 2012-11-29 00:00:00Z
Now You Don't Have To Call The Secretary

ClubRunner Mobile App Now Available for Androids!

Here at ClubRunner, we're beginning our week with some celebrations! We are proud to announce that the ClubRunner Mobile App is now available for Androids!

Your key to connect to your ClubRunner website on the go, the ClubRunner Mobile App is password protected and features 3 main modules along with numerous features bringing you even closer to connect, colloborate and communicate. Already available for iPhones, this app gives you the ability to browse through your member directory, view the latest feed of home page stories and even locate the nearest clubs that are within a specified range of your current location, right from your Android device. To learn more about ClubRunner's Mobile App, please click here.

To download the app from Google Play, simply type in 'ClubRunner' in the search bar. Best of all, it is all completely free!

We'd love to hear your thoughts! Please e-mail us your feedback and suggestions to feedback@clubrunner.ca.
Now You Don't Have To Call The Secretary Ronald Williams 2012-11-13 00:00:00Z
Storm News

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 NEWS From the:

The Picayune Item

 

Storm News Ronald Williams 2012-11-10 00:00:00Z
GolfLess Gala Sponsors 2012
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GolfLess Gala Sponsors 2012 Francey Burke 2012-11-02 00:00:00Z
2012 Middle Township Parade

  

Rotary Club of Mid Jersey Cape

Middle Township High School Interact Club

Participated in the Middle Township Halloween Parade

2012 Middle Township Parade Ronald Williams 2012-10-27 00:00:00Z
Give The World Hope
Give The World Hope Ronald Williams 2012-08-16 00:00:00Z
Banner Exchange

Rotary club of Siloth, in northern England July 2012
Banner Exchange Ronald Williams 2012-07-17 00:00:00Z
Bike Tour
FKB On Tour In England Missing From Photo Ryan
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Bike Tour Ronald Williams 2012-06-29 00:00:00Z
Dues Billing
2012-2013 Dues Billings Have Been Emailed

thank you to all that have paid
Dues Billing Ronald Williams 2012-06-16 00:00:00Z
Marketing Genius, Thrifty Customer, or Hoarders
Marketing Genius, Thrifty Customer, or Hoarders

Way back in the late 80s  we had business cards made up with a $1.00 off Coupon on the back for a propane tank refill.  We didn’t put any expiration dates on these cards and each time we had them printed they were a different color.  An estimated count we probably gave out over ten thousands of these cards.


The last of these cards were printed in 1988 0r 1989, we also ran dollar off coupons for propane in local newspapers The Gazette and Sandpaper.  We still have customers bringing in the business card coupon on a regular basis. Now fast forward to Memorial Day weekend 2012,  we had a customer bring in a newspaper coupon for a dollar off.  To the best of my knowledge this is at least a twenty five [25] year old coupon.  


Was this marketing genius, I think not,  do we have thrifty customer, yes some or are they just plain hoarders, yes to hold on to a newspaper coupon for 25 plus years  for a dollar off is just insane.

Marketing Genius, Thrifty Customer, or Hoarders Ronald Williams 2012-05-28 00:00:00Z
BIKE A THON UPDATES
ClubRunner is experiencing problems with their email system all updated information on the Bike A Thon will be posted here.

2012 04 16 7:15 AM  If you have question on your registration email FranceyBurke@HotMail.com or Phone 609-463-5757 or Phone Ron @ 609-390-2373
BIKE A THON UPDATES Ronald Williams 2012-04-16 00:00:00Z
Bike Sponsors Bike Sponsors Ronald Williams 2012-03-30 00:00:00Z
Bike A Thon

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REGISTER ONLINE CLICK HERE

Pledge Form Now Online In Download Section
Bike A Thon Ronald Williams 2012-02-10 00:00:00Z
Membership
Houston we have a problem.  Everyone knows this famous saying, now we have a new one "Mid Jersey Cape Rotary we have a problem".  That's right MJC has a problem, along with District 7640.  What is that problem? MEMBERSHIP  Rotary International has us on their list, [clubs with membership below 20] MJC membership is currently 17 members, District 7640 has approximately 1225 members below 1200 and RI will be looking to merge the District with another. [for Rotary year 2012-2013 District membership needs to be above 1300].

What can be done.  MJC needs a net increase in membership of three [3] new members
NOW and every year forward.  This is not the Club or District problem, this is your problem as a member of Rotary.  Do your part and help grow not only MJC, but the District, and Rotary International.

If every Club in the District had a net increase of just three [3] new members each year that's 150 plus members per year.
Membership Ronald Williams 2012-02-10 00:00:00Z
Countdown Countdown Ronald Williams 2012-01-03 00:00:00Z
Sample Bike Rides
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 See The Next Section for a View of Sample Bike Rides
Sample Bike Rides Ronald Williams 2011-12-23 00:00:00Z
Special Day For The Burkes
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Jenn & Doug Burke
Special Day For The Burkes Ronald Williams 2011-09-25 00:00:00Z
Vocational Service Award
I  am delighted to announce that Francey Burke, a member of the Rotary Club of  Mid-Jersey Cape, has been selected as this year’s winner of the District 7640 Vocational Service Award.  Francey was selected from an excellent field of 6 nominations.  She will  be honored at the Vocational Assembly on October 3. Thank you to judges:  DGN John Andrews, DGE Dan Ceglia, PP. Hugh McCaffrey, PP Linda Foster and PP Linda Hackley. The contest was very close with so many qualified candidates.  
 
Now is the time to reserve your tickets for the Vocational Assembly on October  3, 2011 at Pines Manor in Edison. You will have a chance to hear the R.I. President, Kalyan Banarjee, as well as former State District Attorney John Farmer, Jr. and radio personality and psychologist Dr. Teena Cahill.

We are also seeking sponsors – both corporate and club sponsors to help pay for  the event (and keep costs down for members who wish to attend). You may wish to  honor your own club’s nominee or Francey as the Vocational  Service Award winner from District 7640 in the journal that will be distributed that evening.

Congratulations to all of the other Rotarians nominated by their clubs (in alphabetical order):

Michael Bolicki Ocean City Upper Twp
Kimberly Nolan, Deptford,
Sidna Prickett, Bridgeton,
Robert Saghirian, Washington Twp
Alexandra Wills, Voorhees Breakfast

All of the above nominees will be honored by the District during Vocational Service Month. Arrangements for presentations will be made with the club Presidents.

Congratulations to Francey Burke and to the nominees who have also given of  their time and effort in the cause and spirit of Rotary.

Alan"Make it Happen - Make a Difference"

Alan F. Stein
Rotary International District 7640
Governor 2011-2012
Member: Rotary Club of Voorhees Breakfast


 
Vocational Service Award Ronald Williams 2011-09-04 00:00:00Z
Preserve and Honor
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 Project Preserve and Honor

Honoring America's heroes buried in Arlington Cemetery who served their country in support of the Global War on Terror

Preserve and Honor Ronald Williams 2011-05-01 00:00:00Z
100 Ways to Recruit New Members
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Clubs are always looking for ways to grow and recruit new members, There are many things club members can do in order to attract new members. Here, you’ll find a hundred viable approaches that one could use in order to recruit more members. Click Here

100 Ways to Recruit New Members Ronald Williams 2011-02-08 00:00:00Z
Were Are They From Were Are They From 2011-01-29 09:07:58Z
Changemaker Award
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Changemaker Award to recognize clubs that make an impact

Changemaker Award Ronald Williams 2011-01-23 00:00:00Z
Welcome
Welcome to Mid Jersey Cape Rotary Club’s website, and thanks for visiting! 
 
Our club has been serving the community for over 40 years.  We are business professionals that are dedicated to serving our community, and the world, from Cape May Court House!  Each year we provide scholarships to our area young people, support numerous local charities, and provide Service Above Self to all who are in need.  We invite you to view our website often to see the club in action!  For more information about the club, please contact one of our board members listed on the site. 
Welcome Francey Burke 2010-12-03 00:00:00Z
Counter Counter Ronald Williams 2009-05-20 00:00:00Z
YARD SALE & CAR SHOW

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YARD SALE & CAR SHOW Rachell Diaz
Learning
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Never Stop Learning

When Jobs, Industries or Demand Changes, Change With It

Learning
Playground
Playground
Faces of the Fallen
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Faces of the Fallen.
Faces of the Fallen
About Mid Jersey Cape Rotary Club
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Mid Jersey Cape Rotary Club is a group of business professionals who are dedicated to community and world service. We meet every Tuesday for lunch and fellowship as well as exciting and varied programs at the Wildwood Golf Club. We invite you to browse our web page and learn more about who we are and what we do. Our web address is: midjerseycaperotary.org. Our mailing address is: Mid Jersey Cape Rotary Club P.O. Box 784 Cape May Court House, NJ 08210

About Mid Jersey Cape Rotary Club Francey Burke