Montville Township

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Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:30 AM
304 Wooton Street
Boonton, NJ  07005
United States
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The Montville Rotary Club is organizing another Blood Drive. Come and join us on September 1 between  5pm and 9 pm at the Senior House in Montville. During the summer, blood reserves are low. On holiday weekends it gets even worse. Help us to help those that need blood, whether for surgeries or for ongoing treatment like cancer patients. They rely on our help! And this time, you can get a free T-shirt for your effort. Please help us spread the word! If you are 16 and older, you can donate (please bring parents' consent form if you are 16!). If you have any questions, contact us at
The Montville Rotary Club is proud to be able to provide scholarships to three Montville High School seniors. Evan Chan and Serena Huang, the co-presidents of the Interact Club, as well as Jackie Manetta impressed us with their engagement and dedication in school as well as in their after-school-activities. They were engaged in charitable organizations, did sports, supported others and organized activities that would help others. We wish them all the best for their future.
Delicious Pancakes cooked by the Montville Rotarians, good service by the MTHS Interact students, and a lot of fun. The 39th Pancake Breakfast was another successful day for the Club, its Members and Friends. And the Montville Rotary Club can now continue to put "Service Above Self" - this year the proceeds will help to fund scholarship for our Montville Highschool Students. Thank you to everyone for coming.
The Montville Rotary Club is proud to announce that our member Joe Yuppa was awarded the honor of Rotarian of the Year from District 7470. 
Joe Yuppa has been a Rotarian in the Montville Club since 1995. He has held various positions such as president and treasurer over the years and has stayed dedicated to the Montville Rotary Club even after moving away to Stanhope many years ago. He has been organizing our biggest fundraiser of the year, the Father’s Day Pancake Breakfast, for countless years. 
This yeas the Montville Rotary Club has focused on the growing drug addiction problem our society is facing. We were able to donate $1,000 to the First Aid Squad to purchase Narcan, a drug that reverses the effect of an opiod overdose.  We visited the Market Street Mission in Morristown to learn more about the support the Mission is giving to homeless and addicted men. And we now listened to speakers from New Pathways Counseling. 
The Montville and Boonton-Mountain Lakes Rotary Clubs got together and visited the Market Street Mission in Morristown. The Market Street Mission ministers to the homeless, helpless, and hopeless in Northern NJ, by meeting their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs through a structured program which enables them to lead responsible, productive lives. We were especially impressed by
During a recent visit to the Montville Rotary Club Montville’s Mayor Jim Sandham and Peter Greendyk, President of the Montville First Aid Squad, informed to the club about our town’s seven heroin and opiate deaths in 2016 which made Montville the number one town in Morris County with drug related deaths.
As a community that pledges to put “Service Above Self”, Montville’s Rotary could not just stand by and observe without doing something to try to put our grain of salt to an ever growing problem in the community.

On Wednesday March 1st Strongman and Motivational Speaker Eric Moss was the Speaker at our weekly meeting at the iHop at 7:30 am. We did not know what to expect. Motivational speakers - we are used to them and them well. But we had never had a StrongMan. We were impressed! Eric Moss told us his story and how he changed from a kid in school, bullied by his classmates, to a Strongman. How mentors in his life taught him important life lessons that he was willing to share with us. And then he showed us that these life lessons can really empower you - they empower him to bend steel, nails, wrenches and more. 
Dave Scott, Executive Director of the Market Street Mission, shared breakfast today with the Montville Rotary Club. He informed the members of the club that the Market Street Mission was started in 1889 (!) and has ever since been reaching out to the impoverished, homeless, addicted and marginalized in Morris County. We learned about the Emergency Services that Market Street Mission is providing as well as their work in the Thrift Store and especially the Life Change Recovery Program.
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