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I am pleased to welcome you to the Capital District of New Jersey.
We are Rotarians located throughout Central New Jersey in thirty-nine Rotary clubs that comprise District 7510. Our principal motto is "Service Above Self."
January marks not only the start of a New Year but also the half-way point of our Rotary year—to end on June 30th. By now I hope you have your President-Elect for 2016-17 and he or she has calendared PETS I (February 24 March 3) and PETS II (March 18-19).
I also hope your club’s plans for furthering our goal of truly being Gifts to the World are in place or being formulated. If we—your designated Assistant Governor, our Lieutenant Governor Bob Zeglarski, or I—can help that process in any way, don’t waste a moment to reach out—we’re here for you!
My first club visits—September through early December—were to your regular meeting. You hosted me most enjoyably and gave me the opportunity to converse with you about some of the important works your club does.
Now it’s time for me to roll up my sleeves!
I’d like to visit with you again, this time working right alongside you when you’re carrying out a local service project in your community. Whether it’s on a food bank assembly line, planting at a community garden or veterans memorial, filling food backpacks for at-risk students, or re-painting a community room, I’d like to be there with you, at your side, helping you make a difference in your community—helping you be gifts to the world!
So please let me know when you can use another pair of hands and I’ll do my best to be there for you. You can use email (firstname.lastname@example.org) but, better yet, just pick up the phone (I have just one phone number— 447-6290—and it’s with me 24/7). I’m here for you.
Very best wishes for a productive, rewarding, and happy 2016!
To our visitors, I thank you for taking the time to learn just a little bit about Rotary and how you can make a difference.
To everyone, I thank you for all that you do to Be a Gift to the World!