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Weekly Meeting
January 27, 2016



Our guest speaker today was Jackie Park Albaum, Director of Come Grow with Us Gardens, the farming and gardening branch of Groundwork Elizabeth.



Jackie’s presentation outlined the Organizations many initiatives, including the Liberty Hall Farm and the many other partner gardens in Elizabeth including the Sonic Restaurant on Rt. 1& 9 and Jewish Family Services.



We also welcomed Assemblywoman Annette Quijano, who has been a great supporter of Come Grow with Us and its mission.



Program Chairman Ken Richuso welcomes Kristine Versola, a VISTA volunteer at Groundwork Elizabeth, Jonathan Phillips, Executive Director of Groundwork Elizabeth, Assemblywoman Annette Quijano, and Come Grow With Us Director, Jackie Park Albaum.

Weekly Meeting
January 20, 2016



A very interesting presentation today by Marybeth Lapham and Elliot Dee from the Snyder Academy of Elizabethtown.



Located on Broad Street, the Academy is a combination museum, classroom and community center. It is open for tours and events and has become an important part of Elizabeth’s historic tourism initiative.

2016 State of the City Address
January 13, 2016



We were honored to have Mayor Chris Bollwage present his 2016 State of the City Address at today’s meeting of the Rotary Club of Elizabeth.



The Mayor is strong supporter of our Club and we greatly appreciate his annual appearance.













Weekly Meeting
January 6, 2016



Welcome to our newest member, Kevin O'Connor (left) from Document Solutions. Kevin also brought a guest, his business partner Kevin Roth.

Great to have you on board Kevin!



A great program today provided by Rotarians Tracy Parham (left) and Michelle Doran-McBean (center).

They brought their interns from Future City Inc. who have developed their own unique Dictionary Project delivery presentation.

The students have delivered dictionaries to 384 students in 5 Elizabeth Grade Schools and involve the students by creating a crossword puzzle which gives them the opportunity to use their new dictionaries.