Welcome to The Rotary Club of Ridgewood A.M.
 
The Ridgewood A.M. Rotary Club is a local community service organization of professional men and women in Ridgewood, Ho-Ho-Kus, Glen Rock and surrounding communities. We come from a diverse range of professions and share the goal of making a difference in our communities and the world. 
 
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Club Stories

District Governor Nikki Mederos thanked Jay Fowler at the District 7490 final meeting of the year 2019. Our thanks and recognition of our long time member and active Rotarian in our club, at the District level and nationally! Thank you Jay!

A special thanks to Mark and Amy Steppe for hosting The Rotary Club of Ridgewood AM meeting on June 27, 2019. It was very impactful to be up close to these gentle horses, many of which have suffered abuse and neglect. Mark and Amy's mission is to help Veterans overcome the effects of combat through the connection between a Veteran and rescued mustang horse. For more information visit this charity's website at www.unbridledheroes.org.
 
Steve Castallucci, Installation Dinner Master of Ceremonies welcomes and congratulates Jayme Giordano the wife of incoming President Vincent Giordano.
The transfer of the President's gavel from our past President Mike Tozzoli to our new President Vince Giordano at the Installation Dinner on June 13, 2019. Thank you Mike for your leadership and contributions this past year and all the best to Vince in the new term ahead!
The Rotary Club of Ridgewood A.M. congratulates this year’s Ridgewood High School scholarship recipients!
 
  1. Timothy “Jack” Horan - Andrew  Wolf Memorial Scholarship 
  2. Janus Kwong - Matthew Sayles Memorial Scholarship 
  3. Rachel Fazylova - H Carleton Clinch Memorial Scholarship 
 
The Rotary Club of Ridgewood A.M. also recognizes Rachel Fazylova for her leadership in Rotary Interact Club at Ridgewood High School.
 
Each year, Rotary Club of Ridgewood A.M. reviews and selects scholarship applications from Ridgewood High School students. Once again, we congratulate this year’s recipients and wish them success in the years ahead.
Members of Ridgewood High School Interact joined AM Rotary on 6/6/19 to share their stories of charitable projects and outreach in 2019 and to share their plans for 2020. AM Rotary contragulates all seniors in Interact and wish them well in their post graduate days. 
 
Thanks to Anne Bosch and Lynne Feeney for their continued support of Interact!

Take action, build international understanding, and make new friends around the world.

Interact clubs bring together young people ages 12-18 to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self. Find out how serious leadership can be seriously fun.

What are the benefits?

Connect with leaders in your community and around the world to:

  • Take action to make a difference in your school and community
  • Discover new cultures and promote international understanding
  • Become a leader in your school and community
  • Have fun and make new friends from around the world

What’s involved?

Interact clubs organize at least two projects every year, one that helps their school or community and one that promotes international understanding. Rotary club sponsors mentor and guide Interactors as they carry out projects and develop leadership skills.

Celebrate the global impact of Interact by getting involved in:

  • World Interact Week
  • Interact Video Awards
  • Rotary Youth Day at the United Nations
  • Global Youth Service Day

How do I join?

Check with your school or contact a local Rotary club to find out if there’s an Interact club in your area. Contact the Interact club to find out how you can join its next meeting, service project, or community event.

Follow Interact on Facebook to see how Interact clubs are having fun through service.

 
A reminder that May is Mental Health Month As the month concludes, pleaseemember that Mental Health awareness is a 12 month, 24/7 issue. Please be aware and reach out to all who seek help and assistance with mental health issues.
 
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Dave Feeney hosted the sixth annual butterfly release was held at Habernicle Field, 1037 Hillcrest Road, Ridgewood, NJ

More than 150 butterflies were released on a beautiful clear evening. Thanks to everyone in attendance for joining Dave and others from Feeney Funeral Home. This annual tradition is a wonderful Ridgewood tradition of welcoming Spring!

 
 The recent District Governor's conference in Gettysburg, MD featured a presentation made by  Josef Schmidt, CEO of Freedom United, an organization positioned against the elimination of Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery. This session was of specific relevance to Rotary with whom Joe seeks to establish a partnership. The organization is global in scope, has outstanding private sector partnerships, international reach and influence, and achieved federal legislative changes in selected countries such Uzbekistan, Mauritania, India, the UN and even the US. More detail is contained herein. Learn more about Freedom United organization at freedomunited.org.
 
 
 
 
 
Club Information

Welcome to our Club!

Ridgewood A.M.

Service above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:30 AM
Roots Steakhouse
17 Chestnut Street
Ridgewood, NJ  07450
United States
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