|Posted||on Sep 21, 2016||
Only 100 tickets will be sold!
GET YOUR TICKETS HERE: http://bit.ly/2cqzvSh
-- Golf tournament (Beer, Water, Soda on course),
-- Lunch (Burgers, Hot Dogs, Chicken etc.)
-- 2 hour Open Bar
* Lunch / Open Bar only tickets available as well
Hole in One Sponsorships: W. Kodak Jewelers of Hoboken, Audi USA, Audi Mendham, Audi Bridgewater
Other Sponsorships: Hoboken Chamber Commerce
A portion of the proceeds will go to Hoboken Rotary Scholarship Funds and Youth Leadership program, supporting students in Hoboken.
|Benefit to Help the Victims of the New Years Day Fire in Hoboken||Posted by Joe Mindak||on Feb 05, 2015||
The Rotary Club of Hoboken is organizing a fundraiser for the victims of the New Years Day fire in Hoboken. You can support this cause by joining this event, bookings can be made by clicking here
|Registration open for the 19th Annual Hoboken Rotary Golf Outing||Posted by Christopher Mackin CFP®||on Jul 22, 2014||
We're at it again with our 19th Annual Golf Outing and proud to announce a partnership with the Hoboken Chamber Commerce
For those of you who haven't played Essex County Country Club, you're in for a treat. This year we'll be having a special cocktail hour and dinner after the outing. You don't have an excuse not to... join us, if you don't like golf, come to network with other professionals!
The Hoboken Rotary is a wonderful "service" organization that donates money to the education of our children. We give scholarships to high school seniors, books to the 1st and 3rd graders in Hoboken, send students to Rotary Youth Leadership Awards and have a "city-wide" Spelling Bee for all the 4th graders in our community. Those are just some of the wonderful things this organization participates in.
Our annual golf outing helps raise the funds for these educational programs. Please come out and support Hoboken's & the World's oldest service organization!
Click HERE to register for the event.
|Casino Night is Rotary!||Posted by Gregory Visconti||on May 05, 2013||
It was great to see so many Rotarians and our Better Halves at the event. The Elks Lodge gave us plenty of room for the 150 plus guests. The bounty of food and drinks were only matched by the laughs and smiles we shared.
We squeeze that hour of time into our busy lives each week to chat about an idea to raise funds, and that special Rotarian grabs the chance to give and makes the effort to change the World for the better. And so it was that Joe Mindak, made Casino Night an event that has taken on a life of its own. So let us all thank Joe and all that have donated the time, food, drinks and funds to contribute to the corpus of The Hoboken Rotary Foundation.
If you participate in Our Events you know the power and benefit of giving in service. I call it getting Rotarized. If you do not then you are missing out on a chance to get something from Our Club that you will rarely find in life. Try it soon as our events are winding down for this year.
|AND THE WINNER IS||Posted by Gregory Visconti||on May 01, 2013||
No not Verrazano.
The winner of the Spelling Bee is ...
Nicholas Yohn of HoLa School; winning word - capacity
|2nd Annual hMAG and Hoboken Rotary Casino Night||Posted by Christopher Mackin CFP®||on Apr 16, 2013||
On Saturday, May 4th we will be hosting our 2nd Annual Casino Night. This years event will be held at the Hoboken Elks Lodge from 6pm to 11pm.
We will have a Texas Hold'Em Tournament in addition to Black Jack, Roulette & Craps table games. There will be an open bar and buffet.
Come EAT.DRINK.DANCE.PLAY with us in Black & White Attire. Dress to Impress. Be Creative!
Tickets can be purchased HERE for $50 General Admission or $75 for Texas Hold'Em Registration (which includes all General Admission benefits plus entry into the Texas Hold'Em Tournament).
|Hoboken Rotary History Remade||Posted by Gregory Visconti||on Feb 20, 2013||
For many years Our Club has met various local establishments seeking a suitable and comfortable place to do the good deeds of Rotary. Like every other Club in the world, we meet to share our vocational expertise and experience, in the name of service above self.
Beginning March 2013, we will be returning to a long time home, all be it, remodeled "Clam Broth House". While it is now known as Biggie's, at 42 Newark Street between River and Hudson Sts. Hoboken NJ it was the place I first attended Rotary in the 1980's. The new proprietors are long time Hobokenites that share the pride of calling Hoboken home.
We will return to lunch meetings beginning March 2013, and thank the Brass Rail for having us for such a long time.
Let's enjoy the Fellowship and hospitality of our new hosts and support them each week for years to come.
|Helping Our Own!||Posted by Gregory Visconti||on Jan 19, 2013||
|New Members Sean Munroe & Ethan Chazin||Posted by Gregory Visconti||on Jan 19, 2013||
Our club is very similar to other clubs are around the world that we strive to identify, recruit and induct the best possible members. I am happy to announce that we have
|Hoboken Rotary Spelling Bee||Posted by Gregory Visconti||on Jan 19, 2013||
Due to the recent storm, we postponed our 4th Annual Spelling Bee. The committee is working closing with the schools to first ensure that the kids are effectively transitioned back into their routine.
Secondly we are seeking out their needs and how we can assist them, getting back up and running smoother and faster. Thirdly we will work with them to determine when a new date and location can be set. If you have any questions or can assist in the preparations please contact the committee chair, Lisa Russo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Rebuild Hoboken Relief Fund Check is Delivered||Posted by Gregory Visconti||on Jan 19, 2013||
In partnership with The City of Hoboken, Party with Purpose, along with many other local organizations and charities, we've established the Rebuild Hoboken Relief Fund and made the initial donation transfer to Rebuild Hoboken, Thank you and Congratulations on a job well done!
Let the Re-building and healing begin.
Please consider donating, so we can support those who need immediate help and to provide funds towards the long term rebuilding of our beautiful city.
Click here to donate.
If you prefer to mail a check, please forward it to: Hoboken Rotary Foundation P.O. Box 1027 Hoboken NJ 07030. Please make checks out to Hoboken Rotary Foundation, in the memo line add "Rebuild Hoboken Relief Fund".
Thank you in advance for your support!
|Hoboken Rotary Archives||Posted by Gregory Visconti||on Jan 19, 2013||
Some of you may be aware that in the last year our club's history has come around. Old boxes were found, bringing back new gems of trivia and knowledge which we will share to further the Hoboken Rotary standing in our community and membership.
|WANTED: Interesting Speakers With a Story to Tell||Posted by Otto Ossterwijk||on Jan 19, 2013||
In order to maximize the time we share each week and to further Our Rotary experience and fellowship we are looking for Guest Speakers who have something valuable to talk about.
|Meeting Location Change||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||on Dec 06, 2011||
The Brass Rail has notified us that our December 20th meeting is going to be held at The Gas Light, located at 400 Adams St. If you need directions or have any additional questions please let either Chris or Ryan know.
We look forward to seeing everyone at our last meeting of 2011.
|Presidential Citation||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||on Oct 10, 2011||
Each year the incoming president of Rotary International announces their goals for their Presidential Citation. During the 2010-2011 Rotary Year, our club was awarded this honor. President Kaylan Banerjee not only raised the bar with the requirements for the 2011-2012 Presidential Citation Award, he also established the Change Maker Award.
Please take a moment to review both of these awards and then ask yourself how you may assist the club in earning both of these honors.
|H-Mag Music Festival||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||on Oct 04, 2011||
Joe Mindak, one of our members, and a co-founder of H-Mag has graciously donated a booth at his upcoming Music Festival on Sunday October 16th, from 12pm till 10pm. The booths are very similar to the arts and music festival. If you have ever worked a trade show, then volunteering is almost the same. The club is looking for volunteers to assist with the set up and break down as well as being at the booth all day. This is one of the many terrific events our club gets to showcase why Rotary is the oldest and best service organization. Please take sometime out of your Sunday and assist the club in finding our newest members. If you are interested in volunteering, providing marketing materials or bringing the volunteers hot chocolate please either see Chris or Ryan or email email@example.com
|Assemblyman Ruben Ramos as our guest speaker||Posted by Mackin, CFP®, Christopher||on Aug 27, 2011||
On September 13th, Assemblyman Ruben Ramos will be the guest speaker at our club meeting.
|Rotaract||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||on Aug 17, 2011||
On August 16, 2011, James Sanford, a Hoboken Resident and the former President of The Paterson Rotaract Club, presented the importance of Rotaract and his efforts to launch a club at Stevens. He has been working in conjuction with current member Brian Blackmore to recruit and build a leadership team to launch this club in September 2011.
|James' Brings Rotaract to the Rotary||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||on Aug 10, 2011||
James Sanford Information
James is 28 years old, born and raised in New Jersey. His father is from Wisconsin and his mother is from Hong Kong. He spent several years growing up in Asia before returning to America. He graduated from Berkeley College with a degree in accounting. James bought a condo in April of 2009 and is happy to have made Hoboken his home.
Currently he is a Procurement Manager at T-Systems North America, Inc. For the past six years he has saved his company millions in cost savings by streamlining processes, negotiating with vendors, and winning credits through successful dispute management.
From 2002 to 2004, he served as President of the Paterson Rotaract Club. In 2004, he was awarded the Paterson Rotary Club Community Service Award for his efforts in promoting Rotaract and charitable service. Presently he serves as the District Rotaract Representative for Rotary District 7490 representing clubs throughout Northern New Jersey and functioning as an international point of contact for Rotaract members throughout the world.
In addition, James serves as a Hoboken Municipal Committeeman for District 4-3 and as the Republican Ward Captain for Hoboken’s Fourth Ward. This past year James was also elected Chairman of the Hudson County Young Republicans and is proud of his record of doubling membership and increasing attendance at monthly meetings. Recently, James has been nominated to serve on the board of the New Jersey Young Republican Federation as Vice Chair for the Northeast Region of New Jersey.
James is happy to make new friends and meet people who share the Rotary motto of “Service Above Self”. His mobile number is 973-800-6634 and e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Ashley Ntansah - speaker for August 9th - Founder and Program Director of Play Fitness||Posted by Mackin, CFP®, Christopher||on Jul 29, 2011||
Ashley Ntansah is the Founder and Program Director of Play Fitness - www.playfitness.me .
Ashley will be speaking on some new programs that have been launched with a focus on childrens fitness. A few of his credentials can be found below:
Education, Coach Certifications and Accomplishments
Willesden College London, England (90)
International Olympic Strength & Conditioning Coach
USA Weightlifting Club Coach (since 2006)
NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine) Certified Personal Trainer (since 2004)
Teen Sports Performance Programs
Bodybuilding : to list a few
NPC Eastern USA Overall Champion (96)
NPC Tri-State Bodybuilding Championship 1st place (98)
Atlantic States Bodybuilding Championship 3rd place (06)
NPC Eastern USA Masters Overall Champion 05
"For nearly as long as I can remember I’ve wanted to somehow be involved in the fitness industry. I have been able to combine the things I enjoy doing into a career. I enjoy people, teaching, coaching, weightlifting, and fitness. So, it was a natural fit for me to become a Sports Conditioning Specialist.
Now that I have nearly 20 years of experience training both groups and individuals I realize how blessed I am to have made a career out of doing something I love, something I am passionate about. I’ve worked hard to become an expert in the field."
|Scholarships||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||on Jul 18, 2011||
Our Club is committed to providing the opportunity for the community's high school seniors to attend college by providing yearly scholarships.
|Second Annual Career Shadow Day on May 24th||Posted by Rich Marsh||on May 17, 2011||
The Second Annual Career Shadow Day is
this Tuesday, May 24th. High School age kids will shadow
Rotarians at their place business. Rotarians will meet their
respective students at Panera at 8:30am. Any Rotarian that has not
received an email from Ron, please email him directly or send an
email to info at hobokenrotary dot org.
The students will complete their shadowing and then will be invited to attend our weekly meeting. Any member that is not participating in Career Shadow can still be a big part of the students' day as we discuss all the various careers of our members, as well as the individual experiences of the kids during their shadow experience.
|April 19th Meeting at Hoboken Charter School||Posted by Rich Marsh||on Apr 15, 2011||
In an effort to support one of our Interact club's fundraising efforts, we are having lunch at the Hoboken Charter school on Tuesday April 19th.
When: Tuesday 19 April 2011
How Much: $10.00 per person, all monies will go towards two charities chosen by the Interact club.
|This is Rotary - Rotary International||Posted by Joe Mindak||on Apr 11, 2011|
|March 22nd Speaker: Peter T. Gilpatric Senior Vice President at LCOR||Posted by Rich Marsh||on Mar 22, 2011||
LCOR is a real estate investment and development company that specializes in complex urban development, including large-scale multifamily residential, commercial and mixed-use properties that often integrate housing, office, retail and transportation components. In fact, LCOR has been a pioneer and leader in the development of mixed-use live-work-play environments, as well as public/private development, including government spaces, aviation facilities and infrastructure.
|St. Patrick's Day and the County Assembly!||Posted by Rich Marsh||on Mar 13, 2011||
There is no meeting on Tuesday, instead we will participate in the traditional County Assembly held at Casino in the Park, Thursday March 17th. This is a great event with all types of food, and a chance for fellowship with other Rotarians .
Please remember to bring cash, there are no banks, atms or anything nearby, this meeting is literally in the middle of Lincoln Park. For full details see below:
Where: Casino in the park, Lincoln Park Jersey City
How much: $25.00 for food, cash bar and 50/50 raffles will be available
|Interested in becoming a member?||Posted||on Mar 11, 2011||
|Follow us on Twitter||Posted by Rich Marsh||on Mar 11, 2011||
|Hoboken Tasting and 7th Annual Art and Memorabilia Auction Less than 30 days away!!!||Posted by John Forsman||on Feb 17, 2011||
Hoboken Tasting and 7th Annual Art and Memorabilia Auction on March 24, 2011 at 6:00 pm Try samplings from 11 of the finest restaurants in Hoboken, enjoy some delicious beverages and bid on works of art and memorabilia. Memorabilia includes sports, movies and many other collectibles. With the money we raise from this event we will be able to provide college scholarships to Hoboken High School Seniors and send students from Hoboken to a leadership building conference and perform many other activities for the students of Hoboken.
One exciting auction item is a two hour wine tasting, for up to 40 people, being donated by Giannone Wine & Liquor's in West New York. If nothing else you have to come and try to win this prize!!!
In addition we have Oriel Wines, who will be bringing some exciting wines to taste.
Particapting Restaurants include: The Melting Pot, Brass Rail, Ben & Jerry's, Madison's, The Clinton Social, Amanda's, Anthony David's, Cucharamama, Zafra, Dino & Harry's, and City Bistro
Time: 6:00pm to 10:00pm Auctioneer starts at 7pm
Date: March 24, 2011
Location: Elks Club 1005 Washington Street
Tickets are $20.00 per person
|Today's program Career Shadow Program||Posted by Rich Marsh||on Feb 15, 2011||
Ron Zimmerman (2010 Rotarian of the year) will be reviewing the entire program. As a club we are looking to get more members involved. Come hear from Ron how great of success last year was and how we plan to make this year even better.
|Evening Meeting February 22, 2011||Posted by John Forsman||on Feb 09, 2011||
Where: Maxwell's located at 1039 Washington St.
When: February 22nd, Arrive between 6:30 and 7pm as we are sitting down at 7pm
How much: The cost is $20 pp plus tax and gratuity
|Tuesday the 25th Evening meeting||Posted by Rich Marsh||on Jan 20, 2011||
Where: Grimaldi's located at 417 Washington St.
Cost: it is going to be ala cart
|NJ Devils and our Community/ The Devils New Jersey's team -- Tomorrow Jan 11, 2011||Posted by John Forsman||on Dec 20, 2010||
Michael Gilfillan co-owner NJ Devils will be our guest speaker tomorrow at 12:15 pm, location Brass Rail 2nd and Washington Street Hoboken, NJ. Mr. Gilfillan will be speaking about the NJ Devils in the community, the Newark Arena (Prudential Center), and will be anwsering questions. He is donating NJ Devils equipment for the club to raffle off in the future and we are working on the Hoboken Rotary Club attending a game as a club.
Mr. Gilfillan will be bringing one piece of Devils memorabilia that will be raffled off, at the meeting. Don't forget your wallets, this is a one of a kind chance to get your hands on quality authentic merchandise!!!
|Tuesday November, 9 2010 Lunch Meeting||Posted by John Forsman||on Nov 06, 2010||
On Tuesday November 9, 2010 at 12pm Simeon N. Cumberbatch will be speaking to the Hoboken Rotary Club. The meeting will take place at the Brass Rail on the corner of 2nd and Washington in Hoboken, NJ.
Simeon N. Cumberbatch will be speaking about N.J.'s 'energy choice' program that allows families to choose their energy supplier. How Viridian, which has 20% and 100% 'green energy' supplied by windmills in PA, is the greenest energy supplier in N.J., and how they are able to supply individual families with affordable energy. Not only does the individual enrollee (with no contract, no minimum, and no cost) save money, but they are able to help their chosen non-profit earn passive residual monthly income every time they pay their monthly electric bill.
|UN Day November 6, 2010||Posted||on Oct 04, 2010||
You are cordially invited to attend Rotary Day at the United Nations on Saturday,
6 November 2010, 8:00am Registration, 9:30am program begins, till 4:00pm.
Rotary's relationship with the United Nations dates back to 1945 when some 49 Rotary
members acted as delegates, advisors and consultants at the United Nations Charter
Conference. Today, Rotary holds the highest consultative status possible with the United
Nations as a non-governmental organization.
Rotary and the United Nations
Rotary and the United Nations have a long history of working together and sharing similar
visions for a more peaceful world.
In 1942, Rotary clubs from 21 nations organized a conference in London to develop a vision
for advancing education, science, and culture after World War II. That event was a precursor
to UNESCO. In 1945, 49 Rotarians went to San Francisco to help draft the UN Charter.
Rotary and the UN have been close partners ever since, a relationship that’s apparent
through PolioPlus and work with UN agencies.
“The invitation to Rotary International to participate in the United Nations Conference as
consultant to the United States delegation was not merely a gesture of good will and respect
toward a great organization. It was a simple recognition of the practical part Rotary’s
members have played and will continue to play in the development of understanding among
nations. The representatives of Rotary were needed at San Francisco and, as you well know,
they made a considerable contribution to the Charter itself, and particularly to the framing of
provisions for the Economic and Social Council.”
Rotary currently holds the highest consultative status offered to a nongovernmental
organization by the UN’s Economic and Social Council, which oversees many specialized UN
agencies. Rotary maintains and furthers its relationship with a number of UN bodies,
programs, commissions, and agencies through its representative network . This network
consists of RI representatives to the United Nations and other organizations.
Learn more about Rotary’s local and international work through Rotary: Navigating the Global
Rotary-United Nations Day
Download Registration Form
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Each year at Rotary UN Day, more than 1300 Rotarians including many Rotary International
Directors, Foundation Trustees, past Senior Leaders, and guests come together at UN
Headquarters in New York. The program is designed to inspire and educate all participants
as well as provide insight into the relationship between Rotary and the United Nations. In the
past, the day has been very successful and has sold out.
The day will begin at 9:30am and conclude by 4:00pm. Lunch will be in the UN Cafeteria,
over looking the East River at 1:00pm.
Rotary Day at the United Nations also includes a special program for youth interested in
humanitarian service. Youth will have the opportunity to hear about a model UN program, the
Shelter Box project, some projects that Interact Clubs are working on, and an overview of the
UN and much more. The program begins at 9:30am and concludes at 12:30 followed by
lunch. Participants are welcome to join the adult program after lunch
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|Hoboken Rotary participates in city-wide Music & Arts Festival!||Posted by Joe Mindak||on Sep 28, 2010||
Sunday, October 3rd
11 am - 6 pm
Come enjoy a great opportunity to share our programs & projects with the Hoboken community, invite guests to our meetings and make new contacts.
You can help spread the word this Sunday in one (or more) of these time slots:
Group #1 - 10:30 am - 1 pm
Group #2 - 2 pm - 4 pm
Group #3 - 4 pm - 6:30 pm
We'll be distributing information sheets, talking to local residents and more. To sign up please eMail Julye Augustine at email@example.com.
|Farmers Market||Posted||on Aug 23, 2010||
|Registration for the 20th Annual Hoboken Rotary Golf Outing - in partnership with the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce||Posted by Christopher Mackin CFP®||
We're at it again with our 20th Annual Golf Outing and proud to continue our partnership with the Hoboken Chamber Commerce part of the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce
|Partnering with REMAX for their 5th Annual Turkey Dinner Drive||Posted by Sean Munroe||
The Hoboken Rotary is proud to announce that we will be assisting Remax Gold Coast Rlty with their 5th Annual Turkey Dinner Drive. The goal is to provide 100 families in need with complete Thanksgiving Dinners! A $50 donation feeds a family. For more information, please contact Sean Munroe at 201-694-6682. We are looking for volunteers to shop and others to stuff the baskets on Monday, November 25th. What a great opportunity to help the community and to meet new people!
|Member Nomination Holly||Posted by Gregory Visconti||
Greg Dell Aquilla has nominated and I have second the acceptance of Holly as our newest member.
Holly is the Branch Manager at Capital One Bank. She is a former Rotarian and has chosen to apply to Our Club so that she can continue to work with Rotary and continue to put community service above her self.
If you have any comments or wish to block her acceptance for a valid reason please submit your comments to myself, Armstead Johnson our Membership Chair or myself.
|Rotary Youth Training||Posted by Gregory Visconti||
One of the core focus of Rotary International and our Club is to serve the youth in our community. IN order to provide this service RI requires everyone involved to receive proper training to ensure the safety of the Youth and Membership.
We will be performing this training at the Tuesday Meeting March 26th, 2012 so I recommend you attend or you will have to complete this training in order to participate in Youth Programs. You can download the Power Point presentation by using the following RI link.
If you cannot download this please send an email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will forward the presentation to you.
Thank you for your time and keeping Service Above Self as a core value in your life.
|BIGGIES A BIG HIT||Posted by Gregory Visconti||
Thank you all for your cooperation and attendance at our last meeting. While attendance was a huge improvement, we now stand at 40 active members; so I expect 25 or more each week. Attendance is a requirement NOT a choice in maintaining you membership requirements. Dues is the other. So please pay your dues and attend so as not to jeopardize your membership!
We will be at Biggies Restaurant on 34 Newark St Hoboken NJ each Tuesday at 12:15pm. This week we will hear from Ethan Chazin, a newer Member, who is sure to restart your business with his Coaching ideas!
Parking is a premium in Hoboken so give yourself a 15 minute window and you should find something on the street!
The Club and Foundation will be having a joint meeting this month on March 20th at the Hoboken Business Center or at Biggies (time to be announced).
|New meeting time and place for Rotary||Posted by Joe Mindak||
The Rotary has officially changed their meetings back to 12:15 on Tuesdays starting in March. We will be meeting at Biggies Clam Bar(formerly The Clam Broth House) in the private room downstairs. Come join us and see what the Rotary has planned.
|Hurricane Sandy Relief: Now, We Need Your Help - c/o Party with Purpose||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
Hoboken Rotary is working with Party with Purpose, The City of Hoboken, and many other local organizations to provide assistance in the Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts. We have been in touch with the City of Hoboken and area charities to see how we can help. Power may be out for an extended number of days which severely limits the number of open stores. The situation changes constantly so for the latest updates, visit the City of Hoboken website at: www.HobokenNJ.org and on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/
Immediate Need: Physicians
We need a few physicians to donate their services to enter the high rises and attend to seniors and others who are in need of new/renewed prescriptions. Since the elevators are out, the residents are unable to go to the pharmacy themselves and most stores are still closed. If you are able to help, please contact us directly.
To Donate Money:
Hoboken Rotary is now accepting monetary donations which will be put to immediate use to help those most in need. Any extra funds will be used for the ongoing recovery efforts. Visit this link to donate (please disable your pop up blocker)
Visit City Hall located at 1st and Washington Street to sign up and get working. Volunteers are needed from 9:00 am- 7:00 pm.
Hoboken Rotary in conjunction with our District 7490 and Rotary International we will be organizing and coordinating our own volunteer efforts. Stay tuned.
To Donate Goods:
The city is most in need of the following items: blankets, non-perishables such as shelf-stable milk like Parmalat, Canned goods. Diapers. Flashlights with batteries. Items may be delivered downtown at City Hall or uptown at Hoboken High School. The uptown location is easiest to drive up and drop off items.
If You Are In Need Of Assistance:
For emergencies or hard goods, please contact the City of Hoboken at:
Finally, please forward this information via Facebook and email to your friends and neighbors looking for a way to help.
We will keep you informed as we learn more and thanks for your help.
|Week of Tuesday October 8th||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
Thank you to everyone who attended last evenings meeting to hear and learn more about Hudson Community College, through Ann Chapman. We learned that Hudson Community College has many educational programs geared towards small and mid size companies, whose employees need more training.
|From Marie Stinson||Posted by Marie A. Stinson||
A word from Christy..."Hello, my name is Christy Farley and I am a cardiac transplant survivor
|The Jersey Follettes are going on tour!: From Noelle Tate||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
The Jersey Follettes are going on tour! But don't worry, we're not going too far from home... The upcoming tri-state area tour is a special workshop of a brand new Follettes show - a celebration of female artists across generations, spanning the 21st Century, leaping into present-day, and finishing with the premier of a Jersey Follettes ORIGINAL SONG!
|Hudson County Rotary Clubs Business Symposium||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
Details are still being worked for this event; however tickets are going to be $25.00 each, which will include lunch. There is a panel between four and six speakers discussing various economic situations that are facing Hudson County.
|Tuesday the 30th.||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
As we begin to get into our holiday season we thought this was the perfect meeting to host more of an informal networking and membership drive event. The cost of for this meeting is still going to be $20.00 and we are currently working on a different menu for this evening. This event is open to anyone interested who is interested in learning more about Rotary and networking. Dressing up in custome is optional.
|Hoboken Charter Fund Raiser||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
I would personally like to thank Rory, Joe, Marie, Lisa, Ron Joe as well as all our members who made this event successful. Press Release Thank you letter from Hoboken Charter, we are in the working on scheduling a check presentation and working with the school to determine if there are any opportunities for us to volunteer.
|Tuesday October 9th: Hoboken Rotary Club and The Gold Coast Chamber of Commerce are Hosting a Networking Events||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
The event is being held at Masina Trattoria, from 6pm-8pm, and tickets are $20.00 you can register at Rotary Business Networking Event,
This event is open to anyone and please feel free to invite anyone who you believe is interested in networking.
|Meetings of October 16th and 23rd||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
We will be holding regularly scheduled meetings on Tuesday October 16th and the 23rd, due to a scheduling conflict the meetings will not be at The Brass Rail. If you have any suggestions of where the club should meet please email email@example.com and continue to check your email for updates as to the locations for these meetings.
|Stevens Rotaract||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
The Stevens Rotaract Club has been active all summer long and now has launched a week long list of activities, They are once again working with Rotary and Interact at the Arts and Music Festival Please see their entire listing of events below.
|This week in Rotary||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
Well Rotary never seems to have a lack of exciting events. On the 10th we had our 17th Annual Golf Outing as we were blessed with some amazing weather, along with nearly ever golfer who registered showed up.
On Tuesday we had our regularly scheduled meeting and Rich Marsh assisted us with the Homeless Bag Project. This project, which entails packing fifty bags with daily essentials, one for everyone who spends a night at the shelter.
After our outing our Community Service Committee began working on our Fund Raiser to help those displaced by the Hoboken Charter School Fire. This event is taking place at The Turtle Club as well as 10th & Willow. We are looking Volunteers to assist us with putting on this event.
Please come out and join us in helping Rotary serve our community.
"He who serves best, profits most."
|Hoboken Charter Fund Raiser||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
Before this event starts, a special thank you to Rory Chadwick for his time and effort in putting together this event on such short notice. We are expecting a very good turn out and are asking for your support to ensure that those displaced by the fire will be able to have the necessary supplies to get back into the class room. Below you will find the a links to volunteer, donate, or if you just need information on the venues.
|Thank you||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
On Monday September 10th, we held our 17th Annual Golf Outing. The weather was beautiful, the course played well and the close to 100 golfers all appeared to have a great time. I would like to give a special thank you to Chris Mackin, Committee Chair, in his fourth year, and Marie Stinson for all of their work. As President it was an honor to be able to assist in my fourth golf outing. Each year we strive to make this event bigger and better, and I believe this event accomplished both. We will be following up in the next week or so with financial updates. If you have specific questions or comments please direct them to Chris Mackin at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Tuesday September 4th||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
I hope that everyone enjoyed their holiday weekend and are looking forward to a wonderful fall season. The club is busy getting ready for our 17th Annual Golf Outing on Monday, September 10th. If you are still interested in playing or sponsoring please contact Christopher Mackin at email@example.com.
Tonight's meeting, 6pm at the Brass Rail, is about Club Committees and how they are instrumental in carrying out the important work that we as Rotarians are committed to performing. We are actively looking for current, prospective and future club members to sit on the following club committees:
We are looking forward to seeing everyone at this evening's meeting and encourage everyone to sit on at least one committee.
Your 2012 Leadership Team
|August 21st Meeting||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
On Tuesday August 21st, Marie Papp will be our feature member in our second installment of our Member Presentation Series. If you, or you know of someone that is interested in speaking at our club please have them first review the speaker schedule looking for an available date, then complete the speaker request form,. As a member of the club your are encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity to speak in front of your peers to share personal, professional and Rotary experiences.
Here are a few updates
New Badge Order form if you are interested in having a new name badge please complete this form by the end of the week, as the order will be place on Monday August 27th.
There is no meeting on Tuesday August 28th, as we are getting together at The City's Annual Spaghetti Block Party, tickets are $15.00 each and can be reserved here, we only have two tables reserved and there are only a few tickets remaining.
Our Annual Golf Outing, first off please give a big thank you to Marie Stinson and Chris Mackin for their fourth year organizing this. We need every member's assistant with this Please register here
This year we are having a 50/50 to be drawn at the outing (you do not have to be present to win) and tickets are $5.00 each. We can sell them online, so please send this link, 2012 Golf Outing Raffle
I look forward to seeing each of you tomorrow evening at 6pm at the Brass Rail.
|Prospective Member Tony Soares||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
To the membership of The Hoboken Rotary club, I would like to present Mr. Tony Soares for membership to our club. Tony has been attending meetings for the last few meonths,
|July 10th Meeting||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
Thank you to everyone who attended the first meeting of this Rotary Year. Your attendance and support was appreciated. I am honored to be this year's president
|New Changes in our club||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
This next Rotary year, 2012-2013, is going to be very fun and exciting. The leadership team of Lissa Russo, Scott Yoder, and Armstead Johnson are working hard to ensure that this next year is memorable. A few changes and new programs will be
|17 Annual Golf Outing||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
We are looking forward to our 17th Annual Rotary Golf Outing, on Monday September 10th, and are looking forward to our biggest event ever. Register Here
|2012 Installation Dinner||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
We are looking forward to having a terrific evening to celebrate Chris Mackin and all the amazing job he performed as our club president. This year we are having it at Clinton Social, on June 19th. 2012. The cost is $55.00 per person, and social hour starts at 6:30pm and the program will be starting around 7:15pm.
Please register here
|2012/2013 Rotary Year||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
Over the weekend a membership survey was sent out to each member. On of the important questions is whether or not to move the club from meeting at lunch time to an evening club. Please click on the Member Survey to complete it.
|Gift Of Life America Fund||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
Gift of Life America Fund was started by fellow Rotarian Nicholas Laganella 9 years ago to help medically deprived children in need of medical support. In many cases parents have lost their jobs and the medical needs are no longer available. In many cases medical insurance is available in a limited amounts or the medical need is not covered by the medical insurance.
|Annual Scholarship Program||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
The Hoboken Rotary Foundation was established in 1959, to provide educational resources to the students of our community. The 2012 committee is composed of a group of hard working dedicated Rotarians. Our mission is to assist and afford those high school seniors in our community with the ability to attending a secondary education institution.
|Brazilian rotarian trees project||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
Being a Rotarian provides the opportunity to participat in relevant projects an most importantly, the satisfaction of living unforgettable moments. At the bottom is the full newsletter. This opportunity came about
|Check Presentation for 300 Washington St||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
On Friday March 9th, Rotary had the priviledge of presenting 19
|1st Annual Charity Casino Night||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
This year hMAG & Hoboken Rotary will be partnering up to host our first ever Casino Night on Saturday, April 14th 2012 from 6pm until Midnight.
It will be a fun filled evening with drinks (Cocktail Service provided by the Ladies of Tilted Kilt!), food, dancing and gambling. Games include Blackjack, Roulette, and Craps ($5 minimum bet). There will also be a Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament which requires additional registration, with prizes going to the top 3 finishers (Grand Prize - Trip to Curacao)
|Historic Moments: The first four Rotarians||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
On 23 February 1905, Paul P. Harris, Gustavus Loehr, Silvester Schiele, and Hiram E. Shorey gathered in Loehr’s office for what would become known as the first Rotary club meeting.
|300 Washington St||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
On the evening of February 19, 2012, our city suffered a tremendous loss with the fire at 300 Washington St. This event caused the loss of a historic building and more importantly costing the residents of this building complete and total loss of their homes. In an effort to assist those in need, The Hoboken Rotary Foundation is accepting donations through our registered 501-3c non profit charity to assist them. All donations are tax deductible and will the amounts will be split equally amount those affected. Donations are accepted in increments of $10.00 and you can adjust the amount by adjusting the quantity.
Support the victims of the 300 Washington Fire
Everyone that donates will receive an email confirmation of your donation and donations over $250.00 will receive a letter acknowledging your donation.
The Hoboken Rotary Foundation
|Rotary's Birthday||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
Now you may be asking yourself, I thought we just celebrated our club's birthday, we were chartered on November 1, 1921. This upcoming birthday is for Rotary International, who celebrates its 107th birthday on Thursday February 23rd. The attached like are a 100 ways you can celebrate this milestone.
Ideas to Celebrate Rotary's Birthday
If you are not interested in putting together your own event you can join seven of your fellow Rotarians at the Party With Purpose Winter Benefit event that evening. Party With Purpose.
Regardless of your plans for the this special day, please remember to take a moment and think of all of our fellow rotarians that have done so much to make this world a better place.
|Polio||Posted by Ryan Mitchell|
|Up Coming Meeting Programs||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
The Leadership Team works very hard putting together a complete list of programs for our meetings. We are always looking for both your feedback as well as new speakers and topics. If you have any suggestions or know anyone that is interested in being an up coming speaker please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Leadership Team
|Last Rotary Meeting of 2011||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
First I would like to say thank you to all every member that showed up at The Gaslight for the last Rotary meeting of the 2011 year. Our weekly attendance is on the up swing and we ended with 19 people attending. I appreciate every member that has been attending meetings on a regular basis, as a club we look forward to continually increasing our attendance in 2012 and beyond. If you have been attending any make up meetings please email email@example.com by the end of the year.
On January 3rd will be meeting at The Brass Rail at 12pm. Please remember to invite a guest or and refer anyone that you think may be interested in being a program.
|100 Members in 100 Days||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
At the District Staff meeting, Governor Emil Geering and PDG Joe Dino, Jr., Membership Chair, announced a new program for our district – 100 Members in 100 Days. Our aim is to get the District to 1,400 members between December 15 and March 23. The club that brings in the highest number of new members (no formulas here, just the highest number) will receive a $500 grant from DGE Bonnie Sirower during her year for one of that club’s programs, community or international. In case of a tie, the club that brings in the highest amount of new members first will receive the award. Club Presidents can also win a Rotary tie, Rotary scarf or business card holder if they complete all five points of the Rotary membership star (see attached PDF). Clubs will receive a gold star for each task completed:
1) Hold a Meet and Greet: We would like clubs to band together, and if possible, hold the Meet and Greet on February 23, Rotary’s birthday.
2) Hold a Fireside Chat for new or potential members
3) Hold an orientation session for your new members
4) Conduct a membership satisfaction survey (also attached)
5) Bring in at least two new members. .All clubs that accomplish this will be recognized at the District Conference and the District Assembly.
If you have any questions or need help on carrying out any of these programs, please contact Membership Chair Joe Dino, Jr. at firstname.lastname@example.org
|4th Annual Coat Drive||Posted by Dr. Kathia Roberts||
From now until the end of December, please contribute & drop off any used winter coats/jackets, hats, gloves or socks (socks should be new) to any of the 4 Hoboken Fire Departments or at one of our participating locations:
|50/50 Raffle Tickets||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
I hope that everyone has received their 50/50 raffle tickets. The money that is raised from this raffle is going to assist in refurbishing two rooms at The Hoboken Boys & Girls Club. The drawing is on Saturday December 3, 2011. We are asking every member to sell at least 50 tickets. If need more please either contact Rose or Ryan.
This year you can also direct your friends and family members to purchase their tickets on our website Hoboken Rotary There is a surcharge of 3% for purchasing your tickets through our website.
Thank you to Mary Beth Perry and Marie Stinson for their strong starts in selling tickets. Please continue to keep up the good work.
|New Member Application||Posted by Ryan Mitchell|
|2011 Golf Outing||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
Hoboken Rotary has been actively contributing to the community for more
than 80 years. The club has more than 40 members and we are very
interested in growing the club. Each year we raise funds to support
local causes as well as significant causes across the country and
throughout the world. We annually give Scholarships to Hoboken high
school seniors; dictionaries to all Hoboken 3rd Graders; personalized
books to all Hoboken 1st Graders; and substantial donations to other
Hoboken not-for-profits. We participate in many events including the
Golf Outing, Art Auction, Awards Dinners, Civic functions and many
It is through hosting events such as this golf outing that make all of
these wonderful dreams a reality. Please join us on September 26, 2011
by clicking on the link below. Register for this event
|RI's Strategic Plan||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
The RI Strategic Plan
I n 2001-02, as Rotary International entered its second century of service, it began developing a strategic plan to guide the organization. The plan has been reviewed and updated periodically since.
In 2009, the Board conducted an extensive review of the RI
Strategic Plan. This review included surveying 14,000 Rotarians
worldwide about the organization’s priorities, conducting focus groups
to assess Rotary’s image in different countries, and analyzing other
data and research. The revised plan, effective 1 July 2010, reflects the
results of this research and also unifies the strategic direction of RI
and The Rotary Foundation. Read More
|Committee Emails||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
Our club has between twelve and twenty different committees or departments that work, often behind the scenes, to ensure we are able to continue functioning as member of Rotary International. Such examples of these
|July 5 2011 Club Assembly||Posted by Ryan Mitchell||
We happy to announce that Chris Mackin started his year as Presiday on Friday July 1, 2011. He is keeping the tradition of having a closed club assembly with the first meeting in July. We conduct this meeting to brain storm for various project's for the year as well as give the President an opportunity to introduce their leadership team, their roles, and Chris 2011-2012 vision. We are looking forward to a very exciting Rotary year, as our club celebrates its 90th Birthday in November.
|2011 Art Auction||Posted by Andrew Brown||
Purchase your tickets and sponsorships today for the 7th Annual Art Auction and Wine Tasting.
Read more about this past Spring's Art Auction and contact Ryan Mitchell for more information.
|Installation Dinner: June 28th||Posted by Rich Marsh|
|Tuesday May 31st Night meeting Gaslight||Posted by Rich Marsh||
Tuesday, May 31st we will have our night meeting at the Gaslight starting at 6:30p. The GSE team will be our guests and it should be a fun night, if you are free come out and meet the team.
|GSE||Posted by Rich Marsh||
May 31st we will be hosting the GSE team from Tuscany, IT. Rose Evaristo is the chair and she is looking for any Rotarians interested in helping show the GSE team around Hoboken. Although Rose is still firming up plans (Hoboken Museum, tour of a historic home, etc.) a reservation has been made with Stevens. This tour is an in-depth, behind the scenes look at some of Stevens most interesting sites, if you have not been this is a rare opportunity to see Stevens. Rose will be sending out an email with firm details, in the coming days and wants all the help she can get.
|Tuesday Dec 21st afternoon meeting at Gas Light||Posted by Rich Marsh||
For those of you that haven't left town yet for the holidays please join us at the Gas Light at 12:15pm for Bob Brady's "Stange and interesting facts about Past Hoboken Rotary Presidents"
|KoKo Fit hosts Rotary December 11th||Posted by Rich Marsh||
In an effort to give members a better understanding of what happens at Koko Fitness, Michael is opening his doors to Rotarians. The event will start at 5pm and will be catered by Sapori Foods. This is a fun way to learn about a new local business that is raising money for our club.
|December 7th Speaker Vince Lombardo from United Cerebral Palsy||Posted by Rich Marsh||
Vince Lombardo is Director of Fund Development and Public Relations for United Cerebral Palsy of Hudson County.
UCP of Hudson County, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization that has been providing an array of advocacy and support services to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families throughout Northern New Jersey since 1951.
UCP’s services are provided free of charge to individuals who are registered with the Division of Developmental Disabilities.
Currently, UCP of Hudson County serves over 400 individuals and their families on a daily basis through a comprehensive network of advocacy and support services.
|November 30th Evening meeting at Leo's||Posted by Rich Marsh||
Where:Leo's is located at 200 Grand Street.
What: Three course meal (salad, appetizer,erntre'e, and soda, coffee, water).
When:6:30 start time
How much: $29.00 per person
|Christmas Party December 14th!!!||Posted by Rich Marsh||
Where: Clinton Social
When: 7pm -9:30pm
What: Open Bar and Four course dinner
How much: $50.00 for Rotarians with a toys, $60.00 for non-Rotarians
|Article on||Posted by Rich Marsh|
|Spelling Bee November 16th!!!||Posted by Rich Marsh||
|Second Annual Spelling Bee November 16th!!!||Posted by Rich Marsh|
|Hoboken Rotary Golf Outing Photos||Posted by Joe Mindak||
|Hoboken Rotary Meeting||Posted by Joe Mindak||
Join us for our next meeting on October 5th at the Gaslight. Meeting will be held from12:15 to 1:15pm.
Guest speaker Elizabeth (Betty) Spinelli is the Executive Director of the Hudson County Economic Development Corp. For more information log on to hudsonedc.org.
|Rotary Evening Meeting - Gaslight||Posted by Joe Mindak||
This weeks monthly evening meeting will be held tomorrow night, September 27, from 6-9 at The Gaslight on 4th & Adams. $20 includes appetizer or salad, entree, soft drink and coffee/tea.
Join us to find out more of what the Rotary is all about!
|September 21 Meeting||
Former District Governor Joe Dino visits!!!
|Hoboken Rotary Meeting||Posted by Joe Mindak||
Join us for our monthly night meeting the last Tuesday of every month. This month will be 208 Jackson St, 6:45pm.
Note from the host:
Note from the host:
Dr. Laura and myself are running the 2010 NYC Marathon. In an effort to minimize both of us bombarding everyone with emails for our support, we decided to have an evening meeting at my apartment: The cooking efforts of Dr. Laura and myself are going to be supported by Hoboken’s Own, Skinny Chef written by Jennifer Iserloh.
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|District Governor Visit||Posted by Joe Mindak||
|Newark Bears Game||Posted by Joe Mindak|
|Elizabeth Essoka||Posted by Michael DiFiore||
Our speaker and fellow Rotarian, Elizabeth Essoka from the west African country of Cameroon spoke about this year's Rotary theme, "Building Communities, Bridging Continents." She shared tasty Cameroonian cuisine with the club, and Hoboken Rotarians supported her youth programs in Cameroon by purchasing items made by students in her youth programs.
|Beatrice Johnston||Posted by Joe Mindak||
Beatrice Johnston, our speaker on July 20th is the director of Brand Excitement, a social media marketing company. In her role, she leads the design of marketing materials, websites, blogs and social media messaging that helps companies express passion, excite people and expand profits. She shared with the club several social media strategies that could be implemented immediately to boost our online presence and brand. To obtain the handouts she distributed, please contact her at email@example.com.
|Hoboken Rotary Meeting||Posted by Joe Mindak||
Join us for our next weekly Rotary meeting on Tuesday evening at 6pm at The Hoboken Bar & Grill, 230 Washington Street. 201.222.6050. $25 for three courses and one drink.
|Hoboken Rotary Golf Outing||Posted by Joe Mindak|
|Hoboken Rotary Art Auction||Posted by Michael DiFiore||
Location: All Saints Episcopal Corner 7th & Washington Street Hoboken, NJ 07030 US View Map When: Friday, January 29, 7:00PM Phone: (201)792-3544
|Rotary Halloween 2009||Posted by Marie A. Stinson||
|2009 Hoboken Rotary Installation Dinner||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|Dr Laura Brayton's book distribution||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|Rotary Scholarship Lunch 6/23/09||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|Gift of Life - Frantz Azemar Farewell Party||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|Hoboken Rotary President's Ball||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|Gift of Life - Frantz Azemar||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|Photos from our Beneficiaries Lunch Art Auction||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|Photos from our Live Auction Sponsored by HobokenU||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|Boys & Girls Club Christmas Photos||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|Hoboken Rotary Christmas Party Photos||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|2009 Souvenir Journal Ad Request - Gift of Life||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|International Service Project: Portugal||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|Hoboken Rotary Organizational Chart||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|Hoboken Rotary & Fire Department Coat Drive||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|Halloween Costume Party Photos||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|Rotary District Governor's Visit||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|Finland Group Study Exchange||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|Individuals Nominated for Club Membership||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|
|Photos from our Chip in for Children Golf Benefit||Posted by Marie A. Stinson|