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Jersey City

Service Above Self

1st, 2nd, 4th, and 5th Thursday at 12:15 PM
Casino In The Park
Lincoln Park
Jersey City, NJ  07302
United States
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Are you an established professional who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who share your drive to give back.
 
 
Club Stories
The Jersey City Rotary Club will hold a toy drive at its meeting on
Thursday afternoon, December 14, at Casino-in-the-Park. Details can be found on
the flyer below.
Members of the Jersey City Rotary Club participated in three Thanksgiving Day-related service projects last week. In the first project on Wednesday, members of the Club worked with other volunteers at AngelaCARES, packaging meals at Golden Door Charter School, located at 3044 Kennedy Boulevard in Jersey City, for delivery to senior citizens. On Thursday – Thanksgiving Day - working at the Fountain of Salvation Christian Churches at 324 Communipaw Avenue, also in Jersey City, members prepared meals for delivery to homeless people and for inmates at the Hudson County Correctional Facility in Kearny.

Also on Thursday - members joined other volunteers in serving dinner in an annual event hosted by Monique Smith-Andrews, the owner/operator of Monique’s Techniques, a hair salon at 124 Storms Avenue in Jersey City, who also created the Mo’Hair Foundation.

Jennifer Casson Tripucka spoke last week of Hoboken Girl and its subsidiary, Hoboken Girl Helps. The origins of Hoboken Girl, Ms. Tripucka said, lay in her writing a blog about life in Hoboken. Speaking at the Jersey City Rotary Club’s meeting on Thursday, Ms. Tripucka said the blog, which she created and initially operated alone five years ago, has evolved into a “media company” with two editors, and 20 contributors. The website, she said, is a “lifestyle website and brand” dedicated, she said, to “showcasing the best” of Hoboken, Jersey City and the surrounding area in Hudson County.

 
 
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