WHAT IS ROTARY?

A Message from our President

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Hello from 2022-2023 President Russ Borgman

I am so honored to serve as this year's Ridgewood AM Rotary Club President. I have the benefit of everyone in our club and those who have served in this position in the past.  I am comforted by this wealth of knowledge that is present in our club and community. 

Our club was first chartered in 1987 celebrates its 35th year and continues our mission of Service Above Self. In 2022-2023, you will find us engaged in our community by sponsoring concerts at Kasschau Band shell, walking the Ridgewood 4th of July Parade, collecting food for food pantries at StopNShop in Ridgewood, or at events like the Car show in Ridgewood, Ho Ho Kus Days in Ho-Ho-Kus or the Glen Rock street fair in September. 

We welcome friends and visitors to join us at 7:30 AM on Thursday morning's at the YMCA of Ridgewood where our club meets. 

Thanks to all of the generous people in our community. Your compassion and selflessness make a big difference in the quality of everyone's life. I look forward to working with you this coming year!

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

PRESIDENT - Russ Borgman

PRESIDENT ELECT - David Scher

VICE PRESIDENT - Sylvia Goldmann

TREASURER - Jay Fowler 

PAST PRESIDENT - Jordan Kaufman

SECRETARY - Anne Bosch

DIRECTORS

Russ Borgman

Steve Castellucci

Anne Bosch

Tom Engle

Rob Elfers

Jay Fowler

Ken Espenak

Vince Giordano

Glenn Godart

Sylvia Goldmann

Ken Hekman

Peter Krautle

John Plum

Dave Scher

Michael Tozzoli

BECOME A MEMBER

Would you like to become a member ?

 

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.

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RIDGEWOOD CHAMBER SPOTLIGHT

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.

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