This Week's Meeting:

Our Mayor, Dr. Joseph Scarpelli is our
lunchtime speaker. Hope to see you there!
Also, there is a Board Meeting tonight,
Wed. June 12, which is open to all
Nutley Rotary members.
Reply to this email for more info.
Upcoming Meetings and Events
Rotary Board Meeting
Jun 12, 2019 7:00 PM
Lunch Meeting Speaker Mayor Scarpelli
American Bistro
Jun 13, 2019 12:00 PM
Nutley Rotary Installation Dinner
Nanina's In the Park
Jun 19, 2019
6:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Lunch Meeting and Club Assembly
American Bistro
Jun 27, 2019 12:00 PM
Jul 04, 2019
Rotary Board Meeting
Jul 10, 2019 7:00 PM
Lunch Visit to First Cerebral Palsy Center in Belleville
First Cerebral Palsy of NJ
Jul 11, 2019 12:00 PM
Lunch Meeting Dick Gersh Woodstock Producer
American Bistro
Jul 25, 2019 12:00 PM
Lunch Speaker - Masaii Girls Fund
American Bistro
Aug 01, 2019 12:00 PM
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In August we have two very easy and fun opportunities for you! As you may know, our District 7475 sends students to Japan and also hosts students from Japan in the summer, and we have the opportunity to join our Japanese visitors for a trip to Point Pleasant. It's pretty easy, the bus takes us and brings us home and our club pays for beach chairs, umbrellas and food.   Mark your calendar for August 8th and reply to this email if you are interested!
The other opportunity is to visit Camp Merry Heart, also in August, and enjoy the day with the campers and counselors, other Rotarians and a nice barbecued dinner.
Our Club donates carnival prizes and a DJ to the event - and every summer we offer a campership to a Nutley youth. It's always a fun time (Date: TBD)
Rotary Foundation Q&A, by Bob Peters
Question: What is the Rotary Foundation?
Answer: The Rotary Foundation was established to provide funds for all of the programs and grants that RI has made available to Rotary clubs and the world.
Every Rotarian pays dues to Rotary International and our Districts.  Those funds are used for administration purposes.  RI is just like any other non-profit business.  They have overhead, salaries, and all of the other normal expenses.
The Rotary Foundation provides, through voluntary donations, the funds needed to carry out all of its missions.  Post graduate studies, Peace Scholars, PolioPlus, clean water projects and a myriad of other programs.
The Foundation was established over 100 years ago to support Rotary and is one of the highest rated charities in America, and has the highest rating (A+) rating from Charity Watch and Charity Navigator (4 stars).
Monies donated each year through club support, Paul Harris Fellows and the Paul Harris Society are invested for 3 years with the earnings used to help cover the administration of the Foundation.
All Rotarians are encouraged to donate every year to help keep the Foundation fully funded. A $100 donation makes you a sustaining member.  If we achieve an average of $100 per member per year, with all members donating, our club will be recognized at the District Conference. Click here for more info: Rotary Foundation
Check out this great resource with great info on Rotary; history, areas of focus, membership, conventions, the Rotary Foundation and so much more!
Just click here: 
Next Wednesday, June 19th, is our yearly
Installation Dinner,
a special evening that takes place at Nanina's in the Park.
We need to give a number by Monday! Please make sure you are counted!
Last year's Installation Dinner
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Carol Tangorra
June 1
Janis Wolfe
June 5
Daniel Carnicella
June 13
Carl Lordi
June 26
Bob Peters
June 22
Join Date
Jill Fenske
June 8, 1992
27 years
Roberta Ducci
June 8, 1987
32 years
Louis Crupi
June 28, 2001
18 years
Julie Glazer
June 30, 2017
2 years
Russell Hampton
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