Weekly Bulletin 4/25/19

April 25, 2019    Be An Inspiration!


April 18 program:

The old Downtown Newark Partnership has morphed into a new organization that includes businesses, community leaders, residents, university and non-profits all across the Greater Newark region, not just Main Street businesses. Mayor Polly Sierer updated us on the four main committees of the combination civic/chamber structure: non-profit will develop a database of all  non-profits serving the city; community engagement will give all constituents’ an opportunity to have their voices heard; economic enhancement will bring business owners from all across the city, not just those on Main street; events committee will bring new and fresh ideas as well as outsiders to the city.

To learn more about the organization, visit www.thenewarkpartnership.org



April Programs (Paul Keely)

April 25 – In-meeting service project (Birthday Boxes for Meals on Wheels)


May Programs (Joyce Henderson and Mike Luck)

May 2 – Elaine Jones, Court Appointed Advocate for Foster Cildren

May 9 – TBA

May 16 – Club Assembly in the Lobby

May 23 – James Luck, Linkedin; Privacy in Age of Social Media

May 30 – Beth Chajes, Citizen’s Climate; Local Action for Global Change


Upcoming Events (need your participation)

May 4 – Relay For Life, Newark High School

May 5 – Iron Hill Festival, volunteers needed

May 3-5 – District Conference, Chase Center in Wilmington

May 11 – Highway Cleanup

June 7 – James Groves High School graduation

June 21 (Friday) – Blue/Gold Game, volunteers needed

June 27 – Annual Dinner (no morning meeting)


50/50 Winner for April 18 – Dennis Geenhouse !


 Last Chance to Register: District Conference A “Must Attend”

If you have never attended a Rotary 7630 District Conference, this year’s event is a chance for you to meet other Rotarians in our district, hear about the fabulous projects happening, and participate in a service project – all at a location convenient for us in the northern part of our district. The Chase Center in Wilmington is about as good as it can get. See the weekly Rotary Reminders for full details. It begins with dinner Friday evening, all day programs and service activity on Saturday, dinner and entertainment Saturday night, and a memorial service Sunday morning. You can register for the full package or pick and choose when you want to attend.

To register for the conference go to:


 Special Offer!

 The first five members who register for the District Conference, and show their confirmation to Robin will receive $100 toward your registration. This is a bargain!!!


Nominate for Annual Awards: Deadline is May 1

Please think about nominations for our four annual awards to be presented at the dinner on June 27.

Ray Civatte Community Service Award: a non-Rotarian who volunteers in the community and exemplifies the Service Above Self motto.

Public Service Award: a non-Rotarian who is in Public Service (police, fire, EMT,) who went above and beyond in their job.

Spirit in Business: a business or company that gives back to the community even though that is not their primary role.

Vocational Award: a member of our club who has used their vocational skills and training to further enhance the Newark community.


Greeters                       Rotary Minute              Prayer

April 25 Clinton Tymes               Eric Cannon                  Robin Broomall

May 2   Cindi Viviano                  Bob Cronin                    Charlie Brown

May 9 Steve Worden                  Fred Dawson                 Eric Cannon

May 16 Jamie Zingaro                Laura DelPercio             Bob Cronin


                    Sergeant At Arms Helpers

April 25             Paul Sayther and Polly Sierer

May 2               Mark Sisk and Michael Smith

May 9               Greg Stephens and Clinton Tymes

May 16             Cindi Viviano and Steve Worden


(If you cannot be here, it is your responsibility to find a replacement!)

Pun for the Week:

Bakers trade bread recipes on a knead to know basis.


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