The Rotary Club of New Brunswick Adopt a Road Cleanup on Cozzens Lane in North Brunswick took place during the morning of April 8, 2017. Rotary club members and eight Rotaract students bonded together during the 2 ½ hours that were spent picking up the trash. By the end of the morning the Rotaract students eagerly went with Steve Shaw’s to WAWA for a cup of coffee.
|Rotary/Rotaract evening of celebration!|
|Wednesday, April 12, 2017 was a Rotary/Rotaract evening of celebration. The Rutgers University Rotaract Club joined with Rotary Club of New Brunswick members at a dinner at the Rutgers University Alumni Club. During the evening the Rotaract Club and its members were honored, and their new executive board was installed. Representing District 7510 was the incoming District Governor Robert Zeglarski. Nick Nikitovic the Rotaract Club Advisor from Raritan Valley Community College was there as well. Both men spoke about the importance of Rotaract and the important part it plays in Rotary International. The outgoing Rotaract club president, Martha Flores highlighted the club’s accomplishments during her tenure as president, and this was followed by a wonderful video that several of the Rotaract club members had put together. The video is now on youtube.|
|MARCH 16, 2017 CLUB MEETING|
|Michael Giacobello is officially welcomed to the Club!|
|The Club held a ceremony to induct Michael Giacobello to the club during the luncheon meeting on Thursday, March 16. He is employed at Investors Bank in downtown New Brunswick. Michael is a graduate of the University of Connecticut where he was also on the golf team. He and his wife Meghan reside in Bridgewater.|
Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at Fox Hollow Golf Club in Branchburg, NJ
Tee off for Rotary Scholarships! Join us on Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at Fox Hollow Golf Club in Branchburg, NJ for the 21st Annual Rotary Club of New Brunswick Golf Outing.
To date we have raised $320,000 for scholarships. Our goal is to reach $500,000 by 2022! All proceeds fund Rotary Scholarships for graduates of Highland Park, New Brunswick & North Brunswick High Schools who enroll in college.