Rotary Club of Florham Park Officers 2021

George Gregor, President 
Simone Campbell, Secretary
Betty O'Brien, Treasurer
Peter Nicolas, Sergeant-at-Arms
                                   
Foundation :     Debbie O'Keefe
         E-mail:               dokeefe @florhamparkrotary.com
Membership:   George Gregor
         E-mail:               ggregor@florhamparkrotary.com

District Governor:   Shelby Rhodes

 District Governor Elect:   Sam Maddali

Rotary is an international humanitarian service organization of business and community leaders, and volunteers who are willing and able to support the Rotary International mission .  Men and women, doing incredible things together, within their Rotary clubs, and in concert with Rotarians around the world.  Rotarians believe in improving people's lives, leading to a better and more peaceful world, while having fun doing so.  Targeted for elimination are poverty, disease , hunger, illiteracy, and pollution.  We commit time, talent, experience and resources to make a positive difference.  Founded in 1905, Rotary has over 1.5 million members  around the world.  Rotary helped develop the original United Nations  charter in 1947  and holds a seat at the United Nations.  Rotary clubs meet weekly  to discuss,  plan and adopt service projects, recognize members' successes and achievements, inspire others  with whom Rotarians  come in contact,  enjoy fellowship, and have fun. 
Rotary's motto is:  "Service Above Self"

Rotarians also apply a "4-Way Test" in conduct and making decisions:

-   Is it the truth?
-   Is it fair to all concerned?
-   Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
-   Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
There are approximately 35,000 member clubs worldwide.  A tenet of Rotary is that developing friendships encourages community and international service.
The Rotary Club of Florham Park is one of 83 Rotary Clubs in District 7475.
On Saturday, October 16, 2021, Florham Park Rotary, in partnership with the management of Pet Supplies Plus of Florham Park, presented a Halloween Dog Parade and Costume Contest, as part of a continuing program to fund the Rotary's sustainable Scholarship Award program for the benefit of Florham Park residents graduating High School.
We mourn the passing of Frank Sweeten, one of the most-loved members of the Florham Park Rotary - and everywhere else Frank  made the acquaintence of anyone who was blessed with his friendship.  Even after declining health caused him to withdraw from most Rotary events, Frank still participated when he could as here, most recently on October 16 at the Halloween Dog Parade.