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The Fastest Horse Can Make a Difference

The Fastest Horse Can Make a Difference

[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.

 
“Sew” Good

“Sew” Good

[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.

 
Teach A Man to Fish…

Teach A Man to Fish…

[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!

 
What He Could Have Been…

What He Could Have Been…

[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.

 
People with Purpose!

People with Purpose!

[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.

 
Let’s Make a Difference

Let’s Make a Difference

[August 16]

Dear Fellow Rotarians & friends,

There are two major fundraising events that take place annually. They are the cornerstones of our fundraising efforts. The first, is our Run with Rotary. The second, is our Funnel Cake sale at the 4H Fair.

Last week concluded another successful funnel cake extravaganza! Special thanks goes out to all of our participating members.

 
 

Profile of a True Rotarian

[August 02]

Dear Fellow Rotarians & friends,

As President of The Rotary Club of Montgomery Rocky Hill, I’d like to pay tribute and wish a very heartfelt congratulations to Kris Hadinger on her retirement as Montgomery Township Attorney.

 
 

We Put the “Fun” in Funnel Cakes

[July 26]

Dear Fellow Rotarians & friends,

One of our club’s time honored traditions is the annual Funnel Cake Sale at the 4H Fair. It’s a very important three day event. It’s our club’s second largest fundraiser that calls for all hands on deck.

 
 

Four Ways to Improve Our Lives and the Lives of Others

[July 19]

Dear Fellow Rotarians and friends,

I’d like to start this week’s message with a well-seasoned observation: Whether we like it or not, in some ways we are affected by our affiliations with other people. Our affiliations tend to set our standards for the quality of our lives. Depending on our peer group, we can both rise and fall to the standards of the company that we keep.

 
 
 
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