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Montgomery/Rocky Hill

We meet Thursdays at 7:30 AM
Cherry Valley Country Club - Main Club House - (609) 466-4244
125 Country Club Dr
Skillman, NJ  08558
United States of America
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How often have we heard, It’s the little things that mean a lot? But what does that phrase actually mean?

Are we referring to little minor details, or important small details, or simply an act of thoughtful consideration? I think that all three are important.  We tend to be so busy in our day to day lives, that we often miss the most important aspect of virtually everything that we do… It’s the human element that’s missing. That may be the most important aspect of all, yet when we are busy, the personal touches are the ones that we tend to move to the side, and take for granted.

Attention Rotarians!!!!
 
The Montgomery/Rocky Hill Rotary Club's 30th Anniversary Gala will be held at Cherry Valley Country Club on February 8th at 6:30PM.  All club members are invited to attend and to bring a guest.  There will be cocktails.  There will be dinner.  There will be dancing.  There will be fun.  President Tony guarantees it or risks impeachment.
 
If you haven't RSVP'd yet, go to https://forms.gle/VEEGD7QYaJ8HGCrL6
 
And we need your photos, if you have Rotary photos from the last 30 years, please upload to https://photos.app.goo.gl/jtqSq2vARbpXmm5u9

Rotary meeting protocol encourages a refreshing absence of political discussion or bias.

I’m happy to say that for the most part, that’s the standard for our club’s meetings. We are very unique. We are in a world that at times seems to be terribly divided, yet we, as members of the Rotary Club of Montgomery Rocky Hill, remain in harmony.  We tend to approach things from different points of view with differing perspectives. Through it all, we manage to maintain our friendships and respect for one another. While we disagree on some issues, we still manage to come together, have fun and here’s the best part… We get things done! We are a special group of people.

Dec 03, 2019
The Rotary Club of Montgomery/Rocky Hill will be honoring national and local heroes December 4-13 in its display of 100 full-size flags in front of the Montgomery Upper Middle School.  The display specifically recognizes the invaluable and heroic service given by local veterans, emergency services squads, firefighters, and police officers to the nation, Montgomery Twp and Rocky Hill Boro.  In times when one is the most vulnerable it is the first responders who bravely provide protection.
 
The December display will also serve as a warm welcome to the Wreaths Across America convoy on December 11th.  The Flags for Heroes program will return next June.  Each full size flag that is sponsored will be displayed with a personalized tag.  All proceeds from the sponsorships will be donated by the Rotary to charitable causes.  More information about Flags for Heroes will be available in the Spring.  Everyone is invited to visit the flag display in front of the Montgomery Upper Middle School located on Burnt Hill Rd from December 4-13.

Here’s a game the whole family can play…It’s Resolution Time!

It’s a new year and a question that I have for everyone is: What do you want for 2020? What is your New Year’s Resolution?  If I had to guess, it would probably be to get better at something. Isn’t that the ingredient for a New Year’s Resolution? To get better! Better today than we were yesterday. Better tomorrow than we were today!

Sep 18, 2019
Check it out!  The mobile soup kitchen which our Rotary club bought for the Samaritan Homeless Interim Program (SHIP) in Somerville is now adorned with our club logo and the various sponsors that made it all happen!!
 
 
 
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Club Assembly
Jan 30, 2020
Run With Rotary Planning
Marc Liebowitz
Feb 06, 2020
Accounting
Krista Collopy
Feb 13, 2020
Comfort Zone Camp
Eugene Marsh
Feb 20, 2020
Veterans Suicide
SHIP Lunches!!
Mar 12, 2020