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.
On behalf of the Florham Park Rotary, we hope you and your families are doing well during this challenging time.
We sincerely appreciate your understanding during this global challenge, and look forward to hearing about your interest in Florham Park Rotary and our activities. This year's Scholarship Award program was consummated in July, with three awards completed. In addition, a Service Above Self award was granted to Dale Bridge of Florham Park.
A modified celebration of Independence Day was conducted, with Florham Park Rotary among the "stationary" participants in a parade of townspeople confined to the area of Borough Hall.
COVID-19 PANDEMIC ADVISORY
Thank you. Stay safe.
George H. Gregor
On Saturday, September 12, we joined the management of ImagineThat!!! at 4 Vreeland Road in Florham Park to honor the Front Line Heroes who have served our community. Club President George Gregor joined Tony D'Amato and Chery Taylor in welcoming local citizens in meeting and greeting members of local police, fire department, the volunteer first aid squad and health workers. Local college student and active EMS volunteer Dale Bridge was presented with a citation of having his name added to the Florham Park Rotary "Service Above Self" plaque that hangs on the wall at Florham Park Borough Hall.