The Montville Rotary Club is now a member of the Boiling Springs Savings Bank Community Alliance Program. This gives us the opportunity to earn money to continue to put "Service Above Self". We earn money entirely through the participation of our supporters. Please support us, it’s simple.
Carlos Restrepo, member of the Montville Rotary Club now for some years, told us this week about his trip to Everest Base Camp and Island Peak. He captured his audience with his photos and stories about people living in remote places of the world who carry everything they need up huge mountains on their back. He told us about the Yaks that can only live in high altitude and whose dung is being used to warm the houses.
Jen Graeff from the Sheep Hill Astronomical Association joined the Montville Rotary Club for their breakfast session on Wednesday, October 26. She revealed "the best kept secret of Boonton": There is an Astronomical Observatory in Boonton. And the observatory is open to the public on the third Friday of each month at 7:30 pm.
The Montville Rotary Club supported the Team Hope Walk at Roosevelt Park in Edison. Team Noah walked raised $2,050.
Donations are still arriving, and it looks like we helped exceed the HDSA-NJ goal of $52,000 to help families affected by Huntington's disease. Thanks to everyone's support
On Wednesday, September 28th, John Hauck joined our breakfast meeting at the iHop in Boonton to speak about Bone Marrow Transplant. Every four minutes, someone is diagnosed with blood cancer. And for thousands of patients with a blood cancer like leukemia or other blood diseases like sickle cell anemia, a marrow of umbilical cord transplant is their only life-saving treatment. John is volunteering for Be The Match, a non-profit, which operates the largest, most diverse registry of potential marrow donors in the world and
Darineyka, a 12 year old girl from Panama, arrived on July 29th in Montville. She was in need of a complicated open heart surgery and the Montville Rotary Club worked together with Gift of Life to bring her to the US, host her, and ensure that this heart surgery could take place. On August 25th finally the surgery went ahead and less than two weeks later
Thank you to all friends of Montville Rotary who came to the California Pizza Kitchen in the Willowbrook Mall, Wayne, on July 15th. Our club will use the money we will receive to