Rotary Club of Madison plans to host an open house for prospective members to learn more about Rotary, its purpose, its projects, networking opportunities, giving back to the community, and the benefits of being a Madison Rotarian.
Madison Rotary currently has 75 members who live and/or work in the community. Madison Rotary’s many projects include programs which help individuals, families, and organizations, both locally and internationally. Regular meetings include interesting speakers from a variety of backgrounds.
Madison Rotary’s President Jeannie Tsukamoto remarked: “With 1.2 million members worldwide making positive and lasting changes globally, Rotary is the largest and most respected service organization in the world.”
The 75 enthusiastic, humanitarian service-driven Rotarians in Madison network, discuss the needs of the community and take tangible life-impacting actions, while enjoying friendship, building a strong sense of purpose and having fun. In addition to hands-on local service projects, such as “End Hunger 3.6,” they raise over $100,000 annually. They proudly distribute fundraising proceeds to over 50 local charities/causes and fund many global initiatives, such as End Polio and Gift of Life. They are inviting like-minded neighbors, friends and community/business leaders to join their successful and vibrant club.
The two open house meetings will take place on Thurs, Oct. 13 at the morning meeting at 7:45 — 8:30 a.m. at the YMCA, or the luncheon meeting at Rod’s Steak and Seafood Grill in Convent Station, from 12:15 – 1:30 p.m. RSVP: Barry Kroll at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 973-476-2772. For additional information, visit www.madisonrotarynj.org