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Taste of Elizabeth Photos 2016

Earlyact Club
November 22, 2016

The students of Our Lady of Guadalupe Academy, led by the school's Earlyact Club, held their annual Thanksgiving food drive.

The students collected food items during the month, and with a little financial help from our Club, put together 15 complete Thanksgiving food baskets which are being distributed to St Joseph's Social Service Center, as well as St. Anthony's and St. Mary's parishes.

Pictured with the students are Principal James Feehan and Vice Principal Carmen Rooney.

How thankful we should be that our Club is able to sponsor Earlyact, Interact and Rotaract Clubs.
Weekly Meeting
November 16, 2016

Another great program by a Club member.

Doug Harris gave a presentation on his hobby of raising Koi.

Starting with his original two (Lenny & Squiggy,) Doug has constructed a beautiful Koi pond which is now home to over 20 fish.

We learned about their care and feeding, and how they survive the winter by going dormant ( wish I could do that).

A very relaxing hobby and a very interesting program!
Weekly Meeting
November 3, 2016

An overview of the early days of healthcare in Elizabeth was provided by John Mazurkiewicz, manager of digital marketing at Trinitas Regional Medical Center. Through pictures and stories, John detailed the founding of Elizabeth General Hospital.

John described some of the luminaries of the early hospital days in Elizabeth, including Victor Mravlag, MD, a surgeon who also served as Mayor of Elizabeth. Another physician, James S. Green, MD was one of the founders of Elizabeth General Hospital and was also the Mayor of Elizabeth.

Doug Harris, Vice President/Marketing & Public Relations Trinitas Regional Medical Center, and Club President, Art Lobdell welcome John.

John recognized two Rotarians who have assisted him in his research, Ceil Mantia of the Historical Society; Elizabeth and Charles Shallcross of the Union County Historical Society.

James S. Green , MD was one of the founders of Elizabeth General Hospital and was also the Mayor of Elizabeth.