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The Rotary Club of Montgomery/Rocky Hill Asks:

WHO IS YOUR HERO?

A veteran, a first responder, a parent, a teacher?

Who in your life has made a positive impact on the world?

Honor your hero by sponsoring a flag during

The Rotary Club of Montgomery/Rocky Hill’s

Flags for Heroes

Sponsor a Flag!

Flags for Heroes will be displayed from December 5-15th* along Route 601, in front of Montgomery High School. The flag display will honor our local heroes, and will serve as a spectacular welcome for Wreaths Across America as they make a stop at the school on December 12th. Wreaths Across America is an annual holiday initiative to deliver over 200,000 wreaths from Maine to Arlington National Cemetery, with a theme of Remember, Honor, Teach.

In addition to honoring your hero, the proceeds raised from this year’s event will go to support service dogs for veterans.

BE A PART OF THIS EVENT BY SPONSORING A FLAG FOR YOUR HERO

Sponsorship is $50 per flag. Each flag will have a medallion with the name of the honoree, the sponsor name and why you are honoring them (optional). The medallions will be mailed to you at the end of the event. Flags are full size 3 feet by 5 feet USA flags that will be flown on 10' poles. There is an additional fee if you would also like to keep the flag as a memento.

Deadline for sponsoring your hero is November 15.

If you would like more information please email: MRHRotaryClub@hotmail.com

Visit www.montyflagsforheroes.com to sponsor online.

Corporate Sponsorships are available.

The Rotary Club Montgomery/Rocky Hill Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

*dates may vary slightly due to weather.

 

The Fastest Horse Can Make a Difference

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

[September 19 ]

Dear Fellow Rotarians and friends,

Many years ago, I heard a story that demonstrated the difference between really winning and just maintaining a good pace. I’ll try to do it justice from my memory. The story is about the big difference that a little extra effort could make.

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“Sew” Good

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

[September 12 ]

Dear Fellow Rotarians & friends,

This week’s speakers are Ellyn Ito and Nina Moukova from the non-profit, Seeds to Sew.

Seeds to Sew improves the lives of women and girls in disadvantaged communities through education and job skills training. As with Isles, (last week’s program), Seeds to Sew is a non-profit that encourages self-reliance and autonomy.

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Teach A Man to Fish…

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

[September 06 ]

Dear Fellow Rotarians & friends,

This week’s speaker is Marty Johnson. Marty is the founder and CEO of the non-profit, Isles. Isles promotes individual self-reliance and the development of neighborhoods in urban areas. Isles appears to have a real impact on struggling communities. Through education and skills training, they have helped people to build successful lives. They’ve also helped people to organize and revitalize neighborhoods. What a concept!

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What He Could Have Been…

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

[August 29 ]

Dear Fellow Rotarians & friends,

It’s difficult whenever we lose someone who has been close to us. It’s especially tragic when someone dies as a result of their own bad decisions.

Our speaker for this week’s meeting is Barbara Schlichting. Barbara is the Executive Director of Somerset Treatment Services. Somerset Treatment Services is a treatment and counseling center that offers affordable outpatient services for substance abuse and other related challenges. For me, it's very ironic that STS would be on this week's agenda.

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People with Purpose!

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

[August 23 ]

Dear Fellow Rotarians & friends,

One of the goals for this Rotary year is to grow our club’s membership to forty-five members. We’re looking for people of all ages and diversity who will live up to our motto of Service above Self and who will, in the spirit of Rotary, Be the Inspiration to others.

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September 27

Weekly Breakfast Meeting

Weekly Breakfast Meeting

Cherry Valley Country Club

7:30 AM - 9:00 AM

Every Thursday until January 10

Joyce Campbell - Executive Director, Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK)

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October 10

Monthly Board Meeting

Monthly Board Meeting

Princeton Fitness and Wellness

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Every Second Wednesday of the month until June 27

Board meetings are open to all Club members.

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November 12

 

Eat Drink & Share

The Pines Manor

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

District 7475 event to benefit the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International.

Admisssion - $50 in advance, $60 at the door

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December 05

Flags For Heroes

Flags For Heroes

Montgomery High School
December 05 - December 15

Who is your Hero? It could be a veteran, first responder, parent, sibling or even a best friend. Honor your hero by sponsoring a flag!

See our full article at https://www.montgomeryrotary.org/Flags-for-Heroes/d/3732/

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Welcome

The men and women of Rotary volunteer their time and resources to help others in their communities and throughout the world.  The object of Rotary is service - to the community, in the workplace, and throughout the world.  Rotary, the largest worldwide service organization, is universally known as “an organization of business and professional persons united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world.”

Since its founding in 1990, Montgomery-Rocky Hill Rotarians have offered their personal time to people in need and for projects in Montgomery and Rocky Hill and have raised hundreds of thousands for worthwhile causes, primarily through our signature fundraiser, the Run With Rotary.