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Madison Rotary Announces Additional Weekly Meeting On Thursday Evenings

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Rotary International President John Germ and Madison Rotary President Jeannie Tsukamoto
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MADISON, NJ - Madison Rotary is inviting neighbors, business professionals, community leaders and volunteers who are interested in making positive and lasting changes locally and around the world to join our successful and vibrant organization in the New Year.

Madison Rotary is excited to announce weekly evening meetings starting January 5th, 2017 to accommodate many prospective members who are not available to attend meetings during the day. The evening meetings are Thursdays from 6:30PM to 7:15PM at Bistro Eatalian, 90 Park Avenue in Madison.

Madison Rotary will continue to hold weekly breakfast and lunch meetings on Thursdays at 7:47AM to 8:30AM at the Madison Area YMCA, 111 Kings Road in Madison, and 12:15PM to 1:30PM at Rod’s Steakhouse and Seafood Grill in Convent Station, respectively.

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Founded in 1905, Rotary International is the world’s most prominent service organization with 1.2 million members focusing efforts in promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, supporting education, and growing local economies.

“Rotarians are people of all ages, backgrounds and cultures who share a passion for service. Currently, we have 80 enthusiastic, dedicated and humanitarian service-driven Rotarians in Madison. We network, discuss the needs of our community and take tangible action, while enjoying friendship and having a sense purpose and fun. Our local service projects include End Hunger 3.6, Community Shredding, Camp Merry Heart, Gift of Life, and many more,” says Jeannie Tsukamoto, President of Madison Rotary.  

Recently, Rotary International provided local Rotaries more flexibility in meeting schedules and formats and member attendance requirements.  Madison Rotary has since made several policy changes to attract new members, including more affordable membership costs, additional service projects and networking events, relaxed weekly meeting attendance requirements and now the introduction of evening meetings.

President Tsukamoto encourages everyone to come learn about Rotary by attending, as a guest, a club meeting most suited for their professional and family schedule.  To attend, please contact Barry Kroll, Membership Development Chair, at barrykroll@aol.com or 974-476-2772. Visit madisonrotarynj.org for more information.

 

 

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