Information on The Ridgewood AM Rotary
The Ridgewood A.M. Rotary Club is a local community service organization of professional men and women in the Ridgewood, Ho-Ho-Kus, Glen Rock and surrounding communities. We come from a diverse range of professions and share the goal of making a difference in our communities and the world.
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The Ridgewood A.M. Rotary is hosting a Happy Hour social for members and guests on Tuesday, November 17 from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. at The Office Beer Bar & Grill, 32 Chestnut Street, Ridgewood. All are welcome to join us for a casual evening and learn more about what Rotary is and how we serve the community.
The ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE
PART I of RLI for FREE, YES I SAID FREE
DG Peter knows that training at RLI is so important that he announced that District 7490 will pick up the total cost for Part I only.
To get this great deal you must register before 9/30/15. Then pay $105 for the session. Submit proof of attendance and payment to our District 7490 Treasurer and you will be reimbursed the entire $105.
on Aug 25, 2015
For the first time, no new cases of polio have been reported in Africa for one full year.
on Jun 03, 2015
Ken Espenak will be our club's new president starting on July 1st. Ken is a financial advisor with an Edward Jones office located in Ridgewood and he is a dedicated member of our club and we are looking forward to a productive year under his watch. Congrats Ken!
on Jun 01, 2015
On May 7, 2015, our club hosted our biannual Humanitarian of the Year Award Dinner in honor of Ramapo College President, Peter Mercer at the Ridgewood Country Club. NJ CASA co-sponsored the event. The event was well attended and helped our club in its fundraising goals which goes to support many local and international charitable efforts.
on Jun 01, 2015
Our Club collected over 13,000 pairs of shoes last Fall for Soles for Souls, which is a charitable organization that distributes shoes to the poor in the United States and all over the world. Thanks to Member Betty Wiest for organizing the event.
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Mar 14, 2015
At our meeting on Thursday, March 12th, we had a speaker, Raoul Mallalieu, from a local historical society. Raoul discussed the local area's contribution to the revolutionary war.
We have speakers almost every week and the public is always welcome to attend.