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WHAT IS ROTARY?
A Message from our President
I’ve been a member of this Club for over six years and I still feel like a
relative rookie! What that means is not only do we have multiple
members who have been making great contributions to our community,
but many of our members have been making such great contributions
for a REALLY LONG TIME!
It goes without saying that our Club has had great leadership as long as
I’ve been affiliated with the Ridgewood AM Rotary, but what truly makes
this club special is the work of the core membership year in and year
out. From my perspective as your president, I think of my role similar to
the role of a conductor of a successful symphony. I’m not going to try to
replace the skill of our first chair musicians, but rather continue to make
sure our best musicians are staying in rhythm.
Our Club is in a very strong position and will continue to contribute to
projects around the globe, but most of our focus will remain in our local
community. I’m proud to say we participate in a broad spectrum of
projects such as our monthly food drive, annual scholarships and
assistance in minor local restorations to name a few.
Thanks to all of you for continuing to make the Ridgewood AM Rotary
Club a very special club and part of the fabric of the Ridgewood
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
PRESIDENT - Dave Scher
PRESIDENT ELECT - Sylvia Goldmann
VICE PRESIDENT - Ryan Kellogg
TREASURER - Jay Fowler
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT - Russ Borgman
SECRETARY - Anne Bosch
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.
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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