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Anniversaries:
  • Subrata Chowdhury
    Lucky Chowdhury
    October 13
Join Date:
  • Joe Dolan
    October 1, 1998
    20 years
 
 
 

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Atlantic City Rotary-Serving Humanity-the 141st Club of Rotary as we celebrate 103 years of service!

Atlantic City

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays 5:30-7:00 PM
The Claridge Hotel
Atlantic City Boardwalk
Indiana Ave.
Atlantic City, NJ  08401
United States
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The 13Th Beacon Awards
 
The Atlantic City Rotary Club honors individuals in the greater Atlantic City area
who have demonstrated exemplary service to their vocation, local or international community.
 
 
Rotary’s Five Avenues of Service Honorees
 
Local Community Service: Richard Helfant, Executive Director/CEO, Lucy the Elephant
 International Community Service: Dr. Danielle Pieri, AtlantiCare
Vocational Service: Richard Santoro, Director-CRDA
Youth Service: Dave Heib, Executive Director of CASA
 Club Service: Atlantic City Rotarian Martin Wood
 
The Frank J. Quigley Memorial Award  
Bud Verfaillie, Mullica Hill Rotary Club
 
 
For reservations
If you don’t want to use EVENTBRITE link above then contact Fernando:
 
 
 please contact Fernando D. Fernandez at 609-271-1084 FernandoD.Fernandez82@gmail.com
Make checks payable to Atlantic City Rotary
Cost is $60 per person
Mail to: AC Rotary Club
c/o Fernando Fernandez
33 N. Georgia Avenue
Atlantic City NJ 08401
 
 
For sponsorship and congratulatory ad information
 please see AC Rotary website www.ACRotary.org
New Member Captain Frank Piccioitto Commanding Officer of the Atlantic City Chapter of the Salvation Army. Frank was a member of the Patterson, NJ club. Welcome to the club Frank.
Today I met with Visiting Rotarian and Mayor of Iganga,Uganda,  David Balaba who was invited, as a special guest to the NJ Mayors Conference in AC. He is a wonderful fellow who has only been a Rotarian and a Mayor for a year. Unfortunately, he Did not get to meet PDG/Mayor Don.
Rotarian Pam York attended the first meeting of the school year for the Stockton University Rotaract Club. Pam said that she was impressed with the enthusiasm  of the members as they made project plans for the coming year. Rotarian Doreen Goldberg of the Voorhees Club is the Faculty Advisor. This club is sponsored by the Atlantic City Rotary Club. Best of luck with the year ahead. The club is putting on a Halloween Program in Pleasantville on Oct. 20th.
Since there is not much good news on the TV, I really feel happy to spread some really great news about a member of our club, Natalie Devonish, being selected as the 2017 District 7640 Vocational Award Honoree. Natalie was selected from a group of other well qualified people. Congratulations Natalie!
The New Jersey Vocational Assembly (5 NJ Districts) will be held in Edison, NJ on October 4th. This is the only statewide event like this in the country. for more information http://rotarynjva.org/
 
Wouldn't it be nice if the whole club could attend the awards Dinner (I'm a dreamer).

TICKETS AND SPONSORSHIPS

Contact your District ticket chairperson listed below for tickets and ad journal advertising. Tickets are $55 per person. District 7640 Joanne Ventura JVentura@nv-njlaw.com

PINES MANOR IN EDISON, NJ

EVENT PROGRAMMING

3:00 Registration
 
4:00 Opening Ceremony and Introduction
 
4:15 Speaker - Kevin Cummings
 
4:50 Cocktails
 
5:45 Dinner
 
6:45 Keynote Speaker - Rick King
 
7:15 Introduction of Vocational Service Recipients
 
8:00 Farewell
 
 
 
 
Gina Preston RDN, MHR, MBA
Director of Cardiovascular Programs
Ornish Lifestyle Medicine—Intensive Cardiac Rehabilitation
 
Ten Rotarian's traveled to Panama to assemble and deliver water filters to families in the Chepo Region. There were four members from AC Rotary and members from OC/UT club and our District Governor Elect Tom and his wife Michelle on the trip which was coordinated by Ted Lands and organized by the Woodland Charities of Central America. 200 filters were delivered to households, many of which house multiple families. The team worked at the local school in each village, where they assembled filters, met the children and families who were to receive the filters. In some cases Rotarian's brought the filters to the homes to demonstrate them. The filters are medical grade, used in dialysis machines. They are capable of being back washed with a syringe and can be effective indefinitely. 
Bernadette K, Tim, Marty, and Jeanne
 
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The Rotary Foundation inducted into University of Oxford’s Chancellor’s Court of Benefactors

The Rotary Foundation inducted into University of Oxford’s Chancellor’s Court of BenefactorsThe Rotary Foundation has been welcomed into the University of Oxford’s Chancellor’s Court of Benefactors for its continuous support of the

Rotary clubs fight modern slavery with Freedom United

Fighting modern slaveryAn estimated 40.3 million people around the world live in slavery involving either sexual exploitation or forced labor. A Rotarian Action Group and Freedom

Turning teens away from crime

Rotary clubs in Canada invest in the PACT program, an urban peace initiative that aims to break the cycle of youth

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