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The Florham Park Rotary meets every Friday morning at 7:47 for breakfast at the Florham Park Diner located at

182 Ridgedale Avenue in Florham Park, NJ

Rotary is an international humanitarian service organization of business and community leaders, and volunteers who are willing and able to support the Rotary International mission .  Men and women, doing incredible things together, within their Rotary clubs, and in concert with Rotarians around the world.  Rotarians believe in improving people's lives, leading to a better and more peaceful world, while having fun doing so.  Targeted for elimination are poverty, disease , hunger, illiteracy, and pollution.  We commit time, talent, experience and resources to make a positive difference.  Founded in 1905, Rotary has over 1.5 million members  around the world.  Rotary helped develop the original United Nations  charter in 1947  and holds a seat at the United Nations.  Rotary clubs meet weekly  to discuss,  plan and adopt service projects, recognize members' successes and achievements, inspire others  with whom Rotarians  come in contact,  enjoy fellowship, and have fun. 

                       About Florham Park Rotary

"Service Above Self"  is more than a motto - it is a Rotary credo.  Rotary membership provides dedicated men and women the opportunity to build lifelong relationships and experience the personal fulfillment of volunteer service to community and the world.  Through their combined work and energy - both locally  and in collaboration across borders with other clubs - Rotarians find satisfaction in participating in efforts that encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, build goodwill and peace, and deliver meaningful results.  Organized by Districts in their regions, states, and countries, Rotary clubs work on projects related to Health and Hunger; Environmental Concerns; Literacy and Vocational Service; Substance Abuse; Veterans Support; Mental Health; and the World's Children. 


Florham Park Rotary is especially committed to the welfare of the Borough's resident students, and a sustaining annual Scholarship Fund for the benefit of graduating High School Seniors is a primary goal in all fundraising activities of the Club.  In addition, periodic grants are directed to support the many activities and needs of the Borough's public schools, including Briarwood, Brooklake and Ridgedale, with such activities as an annual Career Day in the Middle School and donation of dictionaries to all Third Grade students augmenting the Scholarship Fund awards each year to Florham Park residents.

We are proud to organize, participate and support many projects, each with the objective of meeting one or more of Rotary International goals.  Among such activities in recent times, and as continuing initiatives, are these:

Annual Scholarship Program

Halloween Dog Parade and Costume Contest

Camp Merry Heart for Guests with Disabilities

"Taste of Florham Park"

Medic Alert for Florham Park Seniors

Interfaith Food Pantry

Holiday Angel Tree

Holiday 50/50 Raffle

Dictionaries for Third Graders

Middle School Career Day

Fourth of July Parade and Fireworks

Independence Day 50/50 Raffle

                 Club Projects and Fundraisers

Rotary Club of Florham Park Officers


President:  Damion Bernard

Past President:  Simone Campbell 

Secretary:  David Kramer

Treasurer:  Betty O’Brien

Sergeant-at-Arms:  Peter Nicolas

Foundation Chair:  Debbie O’Keefe

Membership Chair:  George Gregor


"Of the things we Think, Say or Do"

1.  Is it the TRUTH?

2.  Is it FAIR to all concerned?

3.  Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER               FRIENDSHIPS?

4.  Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

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