WHAT IS ROTARY?
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Membership of a Rotary club is something granted to those willing to commit to assisting in their local communities, in addition to the global community. If you are ready to join other like minded individuals in accomplishing these goals you should let us know.
A Message from our President
I am honored and humbled to be serving as the President of The Rotary Club of Ridgewood AM during these tumultuous times. This year has been interesting, challenging, unprecedented, difficult -- you can pick any word since they all describe the impact of the pandemic on our lives. During these extraordinary times, I am reminded of the generosity and graciousness of Rotarians!
Throughout the darkest days, Rotary Clubs around the world have stepped forward to help in any and all ways possible. From volunteering at food banks, feeding front line workers, and supporting local businesses, our Rotary Club and countless others have been front and center.
As I stated in my early days as President, we are in uncharted territory, grappling with and adapting to a global pandemic. Throughout, our club has met non-stop on Zoom, and the spirit of our members has never faltered. Last week, I sent a message commemorating our club’s anniversary as we celebrated our 33 years as a club. Through good times and bad, Rotary has maintained a constant mission and purpose. As the COVID-19 vaccines are beginning to be distributed around the world, we continue our pledge to reach those in need through “Service above Self” as the rehabilitation and journey back from this pandemic will be extensive in the months and years ahead.
I wish everyone a safe and Happy Holiday Season and look forward to a brighter 2021.
Yours in Service,
RIDGEWOOD CHAMBER SPOTLIGHT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PRESIDENT - Lisa Sammataro
VICE PRESIDENT - Jordan Kaufman
TREASURER - Jay Fowler
PRESIDENT ELECT - Russ Borgman
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT - Vincent Giordano
SECRETARY - Anne Bosch
The Rotary Club of Ridgewood AM is a Section 509(a)(1) that receive its public support primarily from gifts, grants and contributions from a broad group of people. Section 509(a)(2) covers organizations that receive their support from a combination of gifts, grants and contributions and fees for their exempt services.