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Montgomery/Rocky Hill

We meet Thursdays at 7:30 AM
Cherry Valley Country Club - Main Club House - (609) 466-4244
125 Country Club Dr
Skillman, NJ 08558
United States of America
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Until the emergency is lifted, we will be holding our weekly Thursday morning club meetings virtually via Zoom.  Please note that the meetings start at 7:30AM.  The link to the meeting will be emailed out prior to Thursday morning.  If you have any questions or issues, please contact Zoltan Nagy at znagy@scdgcapital.com
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We all have pre-set emotional reference points that develop within us over the years. We subconsciously install them as we travel through our life. They are based on a series of beliefs that are in line with our philosophical make-up.   Our reference points reflect what we believe and what rings true in our hearts. For me, there seems to be a collection of metaphors, quotes, and life experiences that I’ve gathered over the years. 
Although the state of emergency restrictions are starting to be eased, we are not out of the woods yet.  Restaurants and businesses aren't fully open and hospitals are still operating with little or no cafeteria service.  So the Grab & Go Program is still vital to help our local mom & pop restaurants make it through to the other side of the lockdown while providing an important service to our frontline healthcare workers.  
 
Here's a short video produced by Amanda Youngberg showing the program in action.
On an overcast day in an empty parking lot in Skillman Park on what should have been the Run With Rotary, a small group of masked and socially distancing Rotarians gathered to draw the winners of the 50/50 Raffle.  We were still able to make lemonade out of lemons by selling a very respectable $15,000 worth of tickets.  Although this is about half of what we would typically sell in a good year, it is quite a feat given that we only had a limited time to sell them at the fitness center before the stay-at-home orders were issued.
Affirming our commitment to our local first responders, we donated $4,000 worth of N95 masks to the Montgomery EMS Squad 47 who were running desperately low on supplies.  
On this Memorial Day, we honor and remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. You are not forgotten. Thank You for your service!
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