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
Pizza with a purpose - come to the California Pizza Kitchen in the Willowbrook Mall on July 15th with the Rotary Flyer and our Montville Club will receive 20% of what you spent - and you don't have to spend a penny more. Help us to put Service above Self - as we provide grants to MTHS students or host a Gift of Life Child. As of June 29th we will help Darineyka from Panama who needs a heart surgery. She will stay with the Montville Rotary Club for the time of her procedure.
What would Father's Day be without Montville Rotary's Pancake Breakfast. Come and join us on June 19th for our annual Father's Day Pancake Breakfast at the Senior House in Montville. It is time again to celebrate all fathers and have a wonderful time with family and friends. Part of the proceeds of this year's pancake breakfast go to the scholarships Montville Rotary is providing to Montville Highschool students.
Ever thought of learning more about Japan? Japanese exchange students are coming to our Rotary District for three weeks in August. They will stay with three different families - Montville families can host from the evening of August 4 until the morning of August 10. The students have a full schedule. They have plans every weekday and you only get to enjoy their company in the morning and after they come back in the evening - and on the weekend. If you are interested to host,
Susan Richter, a certified nurse, visited the Montville Rotary Club on Wednesday, 7:30 am, at the iHop in Boonton, and talked about Enzymes. Enzymes are "the spark of life". Without them, life would not exists. Nature puts enzymes in raw food to aid in the digestive process so that the body's enzymes would not have to do all the work. If you eat food that is steamed, boiled, roasted, fried, stewed, canned, pasteurized, or even microwaved,
On April 27th, 2016 the Montville Rotary Club participated in a Game Show during their weekly breakfast meeting that was fun and educational at the same time. We did not expect a history lesson that would be that much fun.