Welcome to Our Rotary Club!
The Rotary Club of Marlton, New Jersey is known throughout the district as a friendly, personal gathering of men and women, of diverse ages and ethnicities who truly enjoy one another’s company as they meet each Tuesday for interesting programs and projects that will make their community and world a better place. In short, they meet together, dine together, laugh together, and work together, using the special strengths with which each member has been blessed—for the benefit of others.
Help Marlton Rotary help our community by purchasing a 2017 Calendar Raffle ticket. Just $20 per sheet and you have a chance to win prize money every weekday in January, February, and March!
Here's how it works:
- Complete the bottom of this form and send it to the address listed along with a check.
- Starting the first meeting in January, we'll pick 5 winners per week and send them a check for the amount that is listed on that day.
- The best part is, if you win, your name is placed back into the raffle, you have have multiple chances to win over the 3 months.
If you have any questions, please email us. Good luck!
Marlton Rotary was happy to welcome Dr. Kevin Gyurina to its weekly meeting on Tuesday, August 24th. He spoke with us about stress and its relation to good posture. Dr. Gyurina is a doctor of chiropractic medicine and it was enlightening to hear about the relationship between stress and posture.
Members of the Marlton Rotary attended two events to support Strike Out Hunger. On August 15th, a banquet was held with Rotary International President John Germ as the guest of honor.
In addition, our members also attended a Phillies game and got their faces on the big screen:
A good time for a good cause!
July 1st brings a new Rotary Year and a new club President! Chuck Childers takes the reins from outgoing President Mziya Weber.
This year's Presidential theme is Rotary Serving Humanity. RI President-elect John F. Germ chose Rotary Serving Humanity as his theme for 2016-17. Noting Rotary’s unique ability to bring together committed professionals to achieve remarkable goals, Germ believes that “now is the time to capitalize on our success: as we complete the eradication of polio, and catapult Rotary forward to be an even greater force for good in the world.”
Medford Village Halloween Parade
Oct 29, 2016
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Dr. Mike Edenzon - Looking and Feeling Younger!
AlloraNov 01, 2016
6:15 PM – 6:45 PM
Stop Hunger Now Packing Project
Nov 05, 2016
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Second Annual Toys for Tots Drive
MarltonNov 07, 2016 – Nov 19, 2016
Marlton Chipotle at The PromenadeNov 08, 2016
4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
District "Thanks for Giviing" Dinner
Nov 11, 2016
Rotary Day at the United Nations
Nov 12, 2016
LT. Ritter will be Speaking at our CLub
Nov 15, 2016
6:15 PM – 8:00 PM
Hotel MLNov 22, 2016
7:30 AM – 9:30 AM
NO MEETING, see Prayer Breakfast
Nov 22, 2016
6:15 PM – 8:00 PM
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Marci WolfeOctober 17
Len IannelliOctober 5, 20106 years
Bonnie NatalOctober 14, 20142 years
Leaner ChildersOctober 16, 20124 years
Robert LutherOctober 23, 20124 years
Evans KerriganOctober 27, 20151 year
News from Rotary International
Rotary’s World Polio Day event looks ahead to ending the disease for good
While the fight to eradicate polio suffered a blow this year when the virus re-emerged in Nigeria, Rotary leaders and top health experts focused Monday on the big picture: the global presence of the paralyzing disease has never been smaller. The headquarters of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, served as the site of Rotary’s fourth annual World Polio Day event. Some of the biggest names in the polio eradication campaign were there to reflect on the year’s progress and discuss what’s needed to end the disease for good. More than 200 people...
Virtual reality films bring new dimension to polio fight
At this year’s World Polio Day celebration in Atlanta, Rotary is harnessing the power of virtual reality technology to build empathy and inspire action in our fight to eradicate polio. Rotary, with support from the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, produced a virtual reality film that tells the story of Alokita, a young adult who suffered paralysis from polio as a child growing up in India, which has been polio-free since 2011. “When you open your eyes and see a different environment around you, you relate to the subject on a visceral, personal level,” says Vincent Vernet, direct of digital and...