Rotary Club of Princeton, NJ USA

  Post Office Box 402
  Princeton, New Jersey 08542-0402 USA
info@princetonrotary.org
Updated May 12, 2016

Meeting for Lunch @ 12:15 p.m. Tuesdays

@ the Nassau Club, 6 Mercer Street, Princeton (Unless Noted Below)
The Nassau Club parking lot is for their members only.  Use of their parking lot by Rotarians who are not members of the Nassau Club will void our agreement with them.  Please park elsewhere if you are not a Nassau Club member.  In order to comply with the Nassau Club's dress code, male Rotarians are expected to wear collared shirts, dress slacks and jackets during meetings.  Women should wear appropriate business attire.  Athletic wear, sneakers and jeans are not permitted.

Weekly Meeting Schedule

  • May 3 - "My Mexico Trip" - President-Elect Andrea Dinan, Speaker

    Bulletin: Committee | Meditation: Corky Smith

  • May 7 - (Saturday) - Veblen Service Project - Hands-on landscaping at Veblen Center, 254 Herrontown Rd., Princeton Saturday, from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm.
  • May 10 - Board Meeting - 11:00 am
                  Regular meeting at  12:15 - "Club Assembly,"
    Susan Mullin, Club President

    Bulletin: Committee | Meditation: Corky Smith

  • May 13-16 - (Friday, Saturday & Sunday) - Rotary International's District 7510 Conference - Inn at Pocono Manor - District Governor, Hal Daume, presiding
  • May 17 - "Solar Energy: Technical, Financial, Environmental" - Doug Neidech, Speaker

    Bulletin: Committee | Meditation: Corky Smith

  • May 21 - Home Front Service Project - Hands-On Landscaping Saturday, from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm.
  • May 24 - Volunteer Services @ Crisis Ministry 9:00 am - Noon at 123 E. Hanover Street, Trenton
  • May 24 - "One Princeton In Progress" - Liz Lempert, Mayor

    Bulletin: Committee | Meditation: Corky Smith

  • May 28 - 8:00 am - 1:00 pm - Princeton Rotary Club's Annual Pancake Festival - Held on the green in the center of Palmer Square, Princeton
    This event replaces our regular Tuesday luncheon meeting on May 31.

See our Event Calendar for additional club events.

Club Minutes, Membership Directory and other member-only downloads. (Password Protected for Members Only)

Latest News from Rotary International

Rotary's Humanity in Motion

Happy May and June 2016 Birthdays

Jim Kilgore (05/09); Dixie Kirpalani (05/21); Bill Dettmar (06/17); John Thurber (06/21);  Derrick Samuel (06/21); Bill Nathan (06/25); Bob LeMassena (06/27)

Other Important Dates and Future Programs


  • June 7 - To be Announced

    Bulletin: Committee | Meditation: Corky Smith

  • June 14 - To be Announced

    Bulletin: Committee | Meditation: Corky Smith

  • June 21 - To be Announced

    Bulletin: Committee | Meditation: Corky Smith

  • June 28 - To be Announced

    Bulletin: Committee | Meditation: Corky Smith

PRINCETON ROTARY CLUB'S ANNUAL PANCAKE FESTIVAL


2016 Annual Pancake Festival

NEW PRINCETON ROTARY CLUB MEMBERS INDUCTED



Princeton Rotary Club President Susan Mullin welcomes into membership, inductee Greg Moores


Princeton Rotary Club President Susan Mullin (right) welcomes new member, Mary Tamm into membership.

Andrew Hall's Induction
Princeton Rotary Club President Susan Mullin is proud to welcome Andrew Ryan Hall as our newest member.  Andrew has been active in our Club in excess of six months and has made numerous impactful contributions.

RECENT PRINCETON ROTARY CLUB PROGRAMS



A. J. Goldman in full fire-fighting gear presents a program about The Princeton Fire Department a the Rotary Club of Princeton's April 5th meeting.


Sharin Jain made his presentation about Ecuator Sanitation Project at the Rotary Club of Princeton's April 19th meeting.

DISTINGUISHED PRINCETON ROTARIAN
GIVEN PRESTIGOUS PAUL HARRIS FELLOW AWARD


Corky Smith Awarded Paul Harris Fellow
Club President Susan Mullin was proud to grant Hayden "Corky" Smith Jr., a Paul Harris Award for his tireless contributions and service to Rotary International.

CRISIS MINSTRY VOLUNTEERS


Crisis Minstry Volunteers
Princeton Rotary members Andrew Ryan Hall (left) and Derrick Samuel serve as volunteers at the Food Bank.

ROTARIAN FROM DENMARK WELCOMED TO PRINCETON


Exchange of Rotary Club Flags With Guest from Denmark
Princeton Rotary was happy to welcome Anna Engers from the Rotary Club of Birkerød, Denmark.

73 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE GREATER PRINCETON COMMUNITY


Rotary Club of Princeton
Proudly Celebrates 74 Years of Service
to the
Princeton Community

1942 to 2016

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Princeton Rotary Blood Donor Program


Princeton Rotarian blood donor and Project Chair, Jan Gurvitch, (right) is shown with
Susan Maruska, RN from the University Medical Center at Princeton.

For the 18th consecutive year, The Rotary Club of Princeton has supported the University Medical Center at Princeton's Blood Donor Program.  Rotary later developed the "9-11 Blood Drive" in memory of all victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks, especially those from Princeton and the neighboring communities.  Through this program, Rotarians donate blood on a regular monthly schedule.  To learn more about the Rotary Club of Princeton's "9-11 Blood Drive" and other Rotary Programs, please visit the other pages on this Website or write to:
webmaster@princetonrotary.org

Pre-School Literacy Project

Rotary Club of Princeton Continues
its Ongoing Literacy Project
At
Princeton Nursery School


In support of Rotary’s commitment to literacy, the Rotary Club of Princeton has continued with its Literacy Project with the Princeton Nursery School for many years.

Princeton Nursery School is a small, private, non-profit, educational child care facility that provides for the developmental needs of children between the ages of 2 ½ and 5 years. The School currently serves 44, primarily Hispanic and African American children. Since its founding in 1929, Princeton Nursery School’s mission has been to provide a positive and supportive preschool experience for families at an affordable cost.


Rotary Club Past-President, Karen Woodbridge shares the contents of one of the
books donated to the children by the Rotary Club of Princeton

Throughout the month of March, members of the Rotary Club, including some spouses, read to children ages two and a half to five at the Princeton Nursery School. The teachers at the school chose the books for the Rotarians to read from among the children’s favorite titles. The Rotarian readers had the opportunity to read to both small groups and full classes.

Many of the Rotarian readers expressed their delight at how much they enjoyed having the opportunity to interact with the children. As a result of their initial experience, several of the members of the Rotary Club, who read to the children as part of the month of March Celebration of Literacy, are continuing to read to the children on a regular basis. The Rotary Club plans to support this project as part of its on-going commitment to literacy.


Rotarian and Past-President, Dr. Marcia Bossart explains to the children what
they will find in one of the books that was donated to them.

As part of celebration of Literacy Month, the Rotary Club also gave each child at the Princeton Nursery School a book to take home. Each child in the three year old class received a copy of It Begins with an A and each child in the four to five year old class received a copy of Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, both titles having been chosen by the teachers at the Nursery School. The books were personalized with each child’s name on a label in the front of the book.

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