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 The Rose Room of Merighi's Savoy Inn
4940 Landis Ave. Vineland NJ 08360
Sponsored by our Tri County Community Group
Chair-Tina Ritondaro
Guests Welcome, Prior notice is suggested.
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2nd & 4th Thursdays 7:30pm, On-line on Zoom
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Home Page Stories

Tri County Community Group continues to Serve their community.

Tonight the members of the Tri County Community Group met for their usual Rotary meeting in Vineland but business was anything BUT usual.  Since the beginning of the year this group of dedicated Rotarians has been planning this very unique service project and tonight was the culmination of this project with all hands on deck to fill each Blessing Bag.  Each bag will provide a local member of the community with much needed essentials during the coldest days of this winter.  This picture, an example of what these blessing bags look like, shows that a Blessing Bag contains the small essentials most of us take for granted.  The response by these thoughtful Rotarians and their faithful supporters was overwhelming and should be a great blessing to their community.  A great effort made by the leaders of Tri County and a fine example by all participating Rotarians of "Service Above Self".
 
 
We are excited to have John Nanni, The District 7630 PolioPlus Chair, address our eClub at our next meeting on this coming Thursday, Dec. 8th at 730 pm on Zoom.us.  To join our meeting click on this link and you can join the video conferencing meeting live;        
 
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Guest Speaker Jenna Kopke, Joins us On-line on May 12th
Submitted by Deborah Starr
 
 

Submitted by Deborah Starr, Rotary Foundation Club Director

Submitted by: Deborah Starr, Club Foundation Chair

Submitted by Tina Ritondaro, Tri-County Community Group-Club Chair

 

E-Club members will meet in Cape May for the District Conference

Submitted by EClub Secretary Marilyn Axler

Submitted by Pete Percheski Sr, Webmaster

 

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Submitted by Patrick Massaro, Director of International Service.

Since 2013 the South Jersey Rotary eClub has been dedicated to humanitarianism on both a domestic and international level. An example of this concept has been the South Jersey Rotary eClubs continual support to the Iloilo West Rotary club. For the past three years......

Governor Dave meets E-Club on Zoom

Evelyn Oyombera Joins Our Club

Nicole Hall to speak on August 18th

 

On behalf of the community, we are deeply deeply deeply grateful.....

Thank You to our Contributors

International Service

 
 
   
 
 
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