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Mountainside Rotary holds Annual Installation Dinner

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Outgoing President Bart Barre received a Congressional Citation from Congressman Lance. Councilman Mortimer presented the award.
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Rotary District Governor Charles Minton swore in Nikhil Rele as the President of the Mountainside Rotary
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Dan Falcone presented Tom Cogan with the Mountainside Rotarian of the Year Award.
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MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ - The Mountainside Rotary Club held its annual Installation Dinner on June 23 at Spanish Tavern in Mountainside.
 
Incoming Club President Nikhil Rele was installed by Charles Minton, District Governor Elect, Union Rotary Club.  Tom Cogan was awarded "Rotarian of The Year" for exemplifying the meaning of Rotary.
 
Current President Bart Barre received a flag from Congressman Leonard Lance that was flown over the Capital.  Barre received a Lifetime Service Award last year and was recognized for being an exemplary Rotarian.
 
Follow the Rotary Club of Mountainside on Facebook to stay informed of the activities of the club.

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