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Madison Rotary Invites Public to Holiday Luncheon


The Rotary Club of Madison invites members of the community to join them at a Holiday Luncheon on Thursday, December 15th, with musical entertainment provided by the Mad Jazz Chorus, a group of 15 musicians from Madison High School, some of whom perform with MHS Marching Band.  

Rotary is a worldwide network of inspired individuals who transform their passions into relevant social causes to improve lives in communities. The Madison Club boasts 86 talented and accomplished individuals dedicated to the core values of Rotary: Service, Fellowship, Diversity, Integrity, and Leadership.

Prospective members are always welcome.  Learn about local and international programs of the Madison Rotary Club.  Each year the club raises over $50,000 which is distributed to over 30 local organizations and charities.  Enjoy the camaraderie of your friends and neighbors.  Consider becoming a member.

The Luncheon, held a Madison Hotel Rod’s Steak and Seafood Grill in Convent Station, begins at 12:15 and the program concludes at 1:30.  Cost of lunch is $15.  Reservations are required.  Please contact Carmela Moeller at 973-224-0415 or

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