33rd Annual Antiques Show and Sale
Saturday, April 5, 2014 10am-5pm
Sunday, April 6, 2014 11am-4pm
Mendham High School
65 E. Main St.
Mendham, NJ 07945
Admission $7 ($6 with coupon)
Dealers: download the Show Contract here
Click HERE to view some of the items available at our show
Click HERE or scan the QR code to download/print the Discount Coupon
Posted by Janet Cicariello-Cook on Mar 09, 2014
Posted by Janet Cicariello-Cook on Oct 28, 2013
At our meeting on Oct. 16th we hosted our RYLA Students and their moms. In June, we sponsored three Mendham High School Students to attend the RYLA weekend. On Wed. Oct. 16th they were our guests and spoke briefly about their experiences at RYLA. All three students were enthusiastic about the program and really enjoyed it. They were honored to have been chosen, and their moms were so proud of them. (Click on "more..." to see pictures)
Posted by Janet Cicariello-Cook on Feb 28, 2014
|28 February 2014|
|Weekly Update A roundup of Rotary news|
Find ideas for recruiting new members in the latest issue of Rotary Leader.
The Rotary Club of Grantham, Lincolnshire, England, organizes a giant charity event every year where participating clubs hold swimming fundraisers. Read more about this project or browse others on Rotary Showcase.
The Rotary Club of Viterbo Ciminia, Italy, is seeking financial support to start a music program for primary school students. Learn how you can help, or use Rotary's crowdsourcing platform to promote your own project.
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Posted by Janet Cicariello-Cook on Oct 07, 2013
On Oct 2nd, DG Barry Kroll, accompanied by AG Ron Kelly visited our club. We enjoyed meeting Barry and Ron.
Posted by Janet Cicariello-Cook on Jul 08, 2013
On Thursday July 4th we had our Food Booth at the Brookside (Mendham Township) 4th of July Parade. Each year we set up on the field behind the Brookside Community Club (where the parade ends) and sell Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, and Bratwurst. Thank You Everyone who worked so hard at our Food Booth at the Brookside Fourth of July Parade. It's a long day with set-up beginning at 7:30am and food service/cleanup after the parade ending about 2pm. Thanks to all your efforts, we had the best 4th of July ever!
Posted by Janet Cicariello-Cook on Jul 01, 2013
At our June 26th meeting, we installed the officers and board for the 2013-2014 Rotary year.
Posted by Janet Cicariello-Cook on Jun 24, 2013
At our June 26th meeting, we hosted the recipients of our High School Scholarships. Each year we award a $1000 Scholarship to three students.
Posted by Janet Cicariello-Cook on Feb 05, 2013
At our Jan 30th meeting we presented five club members with the Paul Harris Award. Four first-timers and one repeat (Sapphire pin).
Posted by Janet Cicariello-Cook on Jan 14, 2013
At our Jan 9th meeting, we honored the Sisters of Christian Charity (SCC), Mallinkrodt Convent, Mendham, for their service to the community in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. The Sisters opened up their home as a shelter in the aftermath of the storm, where they housed and fed many people form the Mendhams and the surrounding communities.
Posted by Janet Cicariello-Cook on Jan 07, 2013
Our Club Holiday Party was on Saturday, Dec. 15th at the Cioppettini's house. Frank and June provided the food (and cooked!). The party doubled as a fund raiser for the Kopila Valley High School that Maggie Doyne is raising money to build. Instead of paying a restaurant, we gave the money to Blinknow.org towards building the school. Between our holiday party, and a speech that June gave to the Newark Rotary Club (Frank's former club), $1550 was raised. That is approximately 1/3 of a classroom. (The 4 classroom school will cost $20K) A big THANK YOU to June and Frank for organizing, hosting and cooking!!!
Posted by Janet Cicariello-Cook on Dec 11, 2012
On Monday, Nov. 10, 2012 the Mendham Rotary Club presented Evan "Buzzy" Thomas with a Paul Harris Award. Buzzy is the OEM for Mendham Borough and Mendham Township. The award was for his outstanding service to the community during and in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. The award was presented at the Mendham Township Committee Meeting.
Posted by James Thomas on Nov 02, 2013
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|Support international development at a project fair|
If your club is looking to make a global impact, plan to attend a project fair to gain a better understanding of the local communities' most pressing needs, lay the groundwork for international partnerships, and build long-lasting relationships around the world. The 21st Central America Project Fair will be held 30 January-1 February in Antigua, Guatemala. Read the event brochure and register.
|Participate in part 2 of a service project webinar series|
Rotary is presenting a five-part webinar series highlighting strategies, best practices, and Rotary resources that can help clubs and districts carry out sustainable service projects.
In the second webinar in the series, on planning and organizing, you will:
- Learn how to conduct a community needs assessment, and how to select a service project
- Evaluate how the service project ties into your club or district's goal
- Learn the importance of building measurement, evaluation, and sustainability into your service project
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Portuguese: 12 December, 12:00-13:00
Posted by James Thomas on Feb 20, 2014
|Rotary Service Update|
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|Project fairs plant seeds for service partnerships and lifelong friendships|
Whether online or in person, international service partnerships begin with a connection. At the ninth annual West Africa Project Fair in Lomé, Togo, in October, Rotarians across West Africa promoted local service projects to prospective international partners. The event gave participants the opportunity to form personal connections, participate in service-related workshops, and take action to support Africa’s development. Get an inside look at the fair.
|Rotary Fellowship combines love for the sea with a passion for service|
|The International Yachting Fellowship of Rotarians, in collaboration with clubs, districts, and community organizations, last year distributed 20 boats and provided vocational training sessions to residents of a fishing community in Turkana Lake, Kenya. A total of 150 fishermen received training in best fishing practices, proper fish handling, and conservation strategies, in order to increase their daily catch to improve both their diets and income. Read more.|
|Celebrate Literacy Month|
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|Did you know that Rotary has a partnership with a global nonprofit association committed to advancing literacy? For 12 years, Rotary has partnered with the International Reading Association to leverage Rotary’s service efforts with the technical expertise of IRA’s worldwide network of literacy professionals.|
The Pearson Foundation is supporting Rotary’s partnership with the International Reading Association by offering two monetary awards to recognize literacy projects undertaken jointly by Rotarians and International Reading Association members. Learn how your club can participate.
|Does your club have a twin?|
|Whether you’ve worked together on a service project, visited each other’s hometowns on an exchange, or just begun to make plans for the future, your clubs can commemorate their partnership by becoming twin clubs. Twin club relationships, formed between two or more clubs, focus on long-term collaboration. Celebrate your partnerships with a Twin Club Certificate of Recognition.|
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|Read about the launch of Rotary’s Brand Center: your gateway to creating professional-looking communications and visuals with our refreshed look and feel. You can create your own club or district logo and find customizable templates for brochures, newsletters, PowerPoint presentations, fliers, and more. Best of all, it’s easy to use! Just sign in to My Rotary and visit www.rotary.org/brandcenter to get started. |
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Posted by James Thomas
Our new Rotary Road Sign has been installed at the corner of Route 24 and Tingley Road. The new sign is now complete with the addition of the MENDHAM sign on Friday. The picture has not been updated yet.
Posted by James Thomas
Posted by James Thomas
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How to make 2014 the healthiest year of your life!
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Last Meeting Before Show Weekend
Apr 04, 2014
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