Rotary Club of Madison Holds Charitable Distribution Luncheon

Pat Naylor, Madison Rotary Club, Stephanie Conley, Dress for Success; Hester Wharton, Recycling Ministry, Grace Church; Serina Cucco, Parents of Blind Children of NJ; Pam DeMassi, Family Services of Morris County; Jeffrey Bashe, Interfaith Council for Homeless Families; Kathy Gabry, Parents of Blind Children of NJ; Ellsworth Havens, Madison Rotary.
L-R: Larry Riply, Gift of Life; Pat Naylor, Madison Rotary; Gary Meyers, Grace Counseling; Tony Martell, TJMartell Foundation, Al Thomas, Patriots Path Council Boy Scouts, Kathy Costa, Madison HS Graduation Gala; Karen Cerreta, Girl Scouts of Northern NJ; Tim Van Woeart, Madison Area YMCA; Anne Hargrave, Madison Education Foundation; Ellsworth Havens, President-Elect, Madison Rotary
L-R: Marsha Ann Zimmerman, May Day; Pat Naylor, Madison Rotary; Karen Jeisi, Madison Community House; Christine Hodde, Colonial Crossroads American Red Cross; Carole Glade, Madison Ambulance Corps; Terri Brannin, Red Cross; Nancy Bruce Chris Schorr, Friends of the Madison Shade Tree; Midge Cassidy, Madison Day Care; Kay Leary, Madison Senior Citizens, Ellsworth Havens, President-Elect, Madison Rotary
L-R: Pat Naylor, President Madison Rotary; Paul Hostetter, Colonial Symphony; Pat Tagg, Friends of the Madison Public Library; Kathy McBrody, Madison Eagle Christmas Fund; Eric Hafen, Bickford Theater; Ellsworth Havens, President-Elect, Madison Rotary.

On June 3, the Rotary Club of Madison held its annual Charitable Distribution Luncheon at Rod's Steakhouse, where it distributed $43,000 to over 30 local charities and non-profit agencies. The monies were raised by numerous fund-raising events during the course of the year; i.e., The Taste of Madison, Rotary 50/50, Shred-it Saturdays, Bottle Hill Day hot dogs and hamburgers, etc. Also, four $1000 scholarships were announced and will be distributed to Madison HS seniors in August.

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