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Nutley

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:15pm, and at 6pm on the 3rd Thursday of the month.
The Franklin Steakhouse
238 N. Franklin Avenue
2nd Floor
Nutley, NJ  07110
United States

Phone:
(973) 661-2783
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Ben Costa of Cruise Planners nominated Camp Merry Heart for a CP Cares grant, and his request was approved.
Nutley Rotary is a big supporter of Camp Merry Heart, and Easter Seals organization. We sponsor a camper every year, and maintain a cabin.
Congrats to Camp Merry Heart and thanks so much to Ben for a job well done!
On Thursday May 18th, Nutley Rotary invited our scholarship winners and their families to a lovely buffet dinner catered by American Bistro at Parks and Rec.
 
Scholarship winners are: 
 
Thomas Boniello - The Rotary Scholarship ($1,400 a yr for 4 years)
Stephanie Calluori - The Joe Viola Scholarship ($500 a year for 4 years)
Matthew DaSilva  - The Thomas D'Ambola Scholarship ($500 a year for 4 years)
Justin Bivona – Chester Ryan Award ($500)
 
Pictured from left to right are Treasurer Bob Peters, Thomas Boniello, Stephanie Calluori, Matthew DaSilva, Justin Bivona and Walt Smith, President.

We had a great turnout tonight at our dinner meeting at The Bosphorus Restaurant, 266 N. Franklin Avenue.

Nutley Rotary is growing - tonight we welcomed two new members:

John V. Kelly III, Esq:

John is a proud Nutleyite, born and raised. 
 
He is the grandson of former Nutley Mayor, John V. Kelly, son of Dr. John V. Kelly, Jr. and Cindy Kelly. John is an attorney in Essex County and a JAG Officer in the N.J. Army National Guard.
 
In addition to working in the area, John is very involved in the Nutley community in various civic and charitable organizations.
 
John Monaco: Owner of Personal Touch Florist on Franklin Avenue, and recently honored by the Jaycees Distinguished Service Award for Business. 

He has supported multiple Nutley schools, PTOs, Nutley’s Thriving Survivors, Relay for Life and other local organizations.

He has received awards from AmVets, the VFW, and Hoffman La Roche.

At the Phoenix Center, Monaco has mentored special needs children on how to make a floral arrangement.

He has been a volunteer EMT for more than eight years.

 
Our annual Installation dinner was held on Tuesday June 14, 2016, at the lovely Nanina's in the Park.
Highlights included awards, a new member induction and the introduction of our 2016-17 President, Walt Smith, and his team.
Barbara Hirsch was presented with the Rotarian of the Year award.
Congratulations to all as we enter a new Rotary year!
On Saturday, April 2, 2016 Nutley Rotary will hold their 31s Annual Beefsteak Dinner and Tricky Tray.
 
This is Nutley Rotary's largest fundraiser for the year.  A Beefsteak dinner by Nightengale catering is combined with a Tricky Tray auction to raise funds for most of the local and international organizations that we support each year.
 
This event draws between 300 and 400 attendees each year and features 3 levels of prizes.  Regular worth up tp $100, Grand worth $100 to $200 and Super Grand prizes worth over $300.
 
The dinner features salad, Nightengales famous Filet Mignon slices on bread, french fries (all you can eat)and an ice cream dessert.  Beer and soda or water is also included.  For those not wanting beef, a chicken or pasta option is available, but only on pre-orders
 
Come and enjoy Rotary's fellowship.  Doors open at 6 PM for tricky tray sales.  Dinner usually starts between & and 7:30
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August 13th Bert Ducci along with Sue & Bob Peters and the Livingston Sunrise Rotary Club hosted the Ross Redmond STYE team of young adults from Japan to a day at the Jersey Shore.  Nutley Rotary has been hosting this trip since the STYE exchange began in the late 1970's  Originally a trip to Rotarian George & Joan Harris's summer home on Normandy Beach.  This trip moved to Pt Pleasant when the Harris' sold their summer home and Livingston Sunrise has joined in hosting the day about 10 years ago when they were a new Rotary club.
 
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