SERVICE ABOVE SELF.
Since its inception in 1922 Rotary Club of Morristown has been dedicated to serving the community of Morristown through local projects and serving the world through global projects.
Some of our local projects include:
Rotary Elves stock the shelves (annual project to assist other non-profits)
Dictionary Project (annual project delivering bi-lingual dictionaries to 3rd graders)
Disc Golf Course at Fred Miller Park
Splash Pad at Fred Miller Park
Inclusive Playground at Fred Miller Park (Phase 1 - current project)
Some of our global projects include:
Thailand Water Project (bringing fresh water wells to third world communities)
Arminian Library Project (delivering books and supplies to Arminian School Library)
Every Wednesday at Noon
The Country Club
1686 Doyal Dr
P.O. Box 727
IN ALL THAT WE THINK, SAY OR DO, our members value truth, fairness, building goodwill and better friendships and actions that are
BENEFICIAL TO ALL CONCERNED.
President: Donna Massey
Immediate Past President: Conrad Brimhall
Chair Past Presidents Committee: Sam Fulk
President Elect: Evan Anderson
Presidential Nominee: Paul Lebel
Recording Secretary: Amy Hemminger
Treasurer: Phyllis Best
Sergeant At Arms: Paul LeBel
Director of Club Administration: Bill Potter
Director of Membership: Ben Simpson
Director of Public Relations: Sue Baldus
Director of Service Projects: Gordon Lintz & Jake Stokely
Director of Rotary Foundation: Carl Storms
Director of New Generations: Richard Tidyman
Team 2022: David Culvern
Club Advisor: Don Baldus
Music Leaders: Sam Fulk and Tom Hyde
Pianist: Debby Daniel
Perhaps the best reason for becoming a Rotarian is the opportunity for service - the chance to do something for someone else, and experience the self fulfillment and satisfaction that come into one’s own life in return. Such service yields rich rewards.
Lincoln Heights Elementary School Library
Rotary Club of Morristown Noon committed to a service project that benefits Lincoln Heights Elementary Schools with their Media Center Revitalization. The project included shelving, seating, tables, and books. It also included technology upgrades. The event took place Saturday, February 2nd at the school and was a great success. Our club had 25 volunteers come out and logged over 60 volunteer hours. Interact Clubs from both East and West participated. The project sponsors for each club also came and worked. We demonstrated Rotary’s mission to 15 local students that were there to help. The grand opening of the library will be on March 7th and will be held in conjunction with LHES Family Night.