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Nutley Rotary did not let Covid cancel plans to welcome new teachers to Nutley! 
Education is a Rotary focus area that we care deeply about.
Our event was organized by Sue Peters, wife of member Bob Peters, and she did an exceptional job.
We had socially distant tables and food lines, hand sanitizer, decorations and a beautiful sunset.
Each new staff member was presented with an apple and a Rotary pen and a warm welcome from the District and Rotary.
Nutley Rotary is committed to fighting food insecurity in our community, and we have partnered with the Nutley Family Service Bureau many times in this effort.
This week our member John Monaco picked up 20 boxes of non-perishable macaroni and cheese as well as flavored oatmeal that we purchased from a supply made available by our Rotary District 7475.
John, as well as Nutley Rotary President Dorothy Huey and husband James helped unload the boxes at the Nutley Family Service Bureau.
Accepting the donation are Peg Conca, Food Pantry manager, and newly appointed Executive Director Katherine Carmichael, Ms.Ed, MSW, LSW.
Nutley Rotary made a donation of adult non-skid socks to Mountainside Hospital, and baby socks to Clara Maass Hospital.
We are so happy to share a simple yet so important gift with the adults and babies of our community!
Nutley Rotary Service Project co-chairs Barbara Hirsch and JoAnn Scarpelli are pictured in the donation to Mountainside, and Nutley Rotary President Dorothy Huey joins them in the photo taken at Clara Maass.
Valerie Wafer, Rotary International Director 2020-22, spoke eloquently at our recent President-Elect Training Seminar (PETS)
"Rotary International is aligned to be ahead of the curve"
Nutley Rotary is a strong supporter of Nutley Family Service Bureau, and our member, Eileen Painter, Executive Director.
Rotary is part of the wider community answering the call to help out in these trying times. So proud to be a Rotarian!
Here are Linda's words, after helping out with the bread pickup and delivery today. They are way more eloquent than mine!
Throughout my life in Nutley I have supported the NFSB financially, but couldn’t volunteer because of my work schedule. Now that I am volunteering during this crisis, I see their depth of commitment to those in need & I see first hand how incredibly valuable this organization is to our community. Eileen is an overly remarkable leader, and the volunteers are hard working & dedicated. The businesses, stores, bakery’s & community members donating to the food pantry is highly emotive. There is much I will take away from living through this pandemic, but the greatest thing will be this........”there is so much good in the world....yes, it certainly DOES take a village Eileen, and our little village of Nutley rocks strong! 💕💕💕💪🏻#nutleystrong. 💪🏻
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