Claire Anderson received a 2018 Rotary Scholarship award and road in the July 4 parade through town.
Club members enjoyed "Coffee with a Cop" at the local McDonalds, hosted by several officers on the local Florham Park police force.
Bob Feid (above) and other Club members worked to prepare Camp Merry Heart for the 2918 season.
The "Angel Tree" at the Post Office was a resounding success, as many town "angels" cleared all gift cards within a matter of days.

Activities

Peter Nicolas awards the Florham Park Rotary trophy to the 2018 winner selected at the annual car show in town.
Our Rich Tierney addressed the Senior Citizens Club on the subject of Emergency Alert Systems and reintroduced a new cell phone "companion" that connects to a hard line phone and directly to 911 in the event of an emergency.
George Gregor and Frank Sweetin welcomed a visiting Rotarian from Guatemala, Merly Sandoval, who joined us for breakfast in April.
Florham Park Rotarians (from left) Greg Bakay, Albert Salas, Parmelie Ulrich, Brooke Dorsey, Betty O'Brien and Peter Nicolas volunteered at the Interfaith Pantry in April.  "We bagged 400 pounds of black beans!" boasted Sergeant-at-Arms Nicolas.
The Florham Park Club welcomes visiting Rotarians from as far away as Japan.
Like all Rotary Clubs, Florham Park conducts an active fund-raising program year-round.

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Rotarian Mark Taylor - who doubles as Mayor of Florham Park - pitches in at Camp Merry Heart.
At Florham Park Rotary, we like to "show our colors" whenever we can.
The 2019 "Walk" in the Park tasting event was so successful, the Club is planning a bigger venue for next year's "tasting" - one of the events whose principal goal is to help fund the Florham Park Rotary Scholarship Fund.
Then President, and now Sergeant-at-Arms, Peter Nicolas demonstrated talent (and possible future) in logging.
Local businesses support Club programs.  The Florham Park Rotary welcomed new owner of Firehouse Subs, Joe Ungaro.
Rotarians are encouraged to meet other Rotarians, in their meetings, as George Gregor did at Branchburg.