Rotary Club of Wyckoff-Midland Park


PO Box 111, Wyckoff NJ 07481

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Vice President
Youth Protection Coordinator
Sargent at Arms
Past President

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Welcome to our Club!

Wyckoff-Midland Park

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:30 AM
The Brick House
179 Godwin Ave.
Wyckoff, NJ  07481
United States
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Jennifer Brady from Oasis addressed our weekly meeting.  She provided an update on the new initiatives they are developing to provide even better service to the people they care for.
Our club was happy to make the presentations to the 2015 Rotary Scholarship winners at our weekly morning meeting.
Our club sent 12 students to RYLA this year.  RYLA provides training for our youth to become future leaders.  As a club we are heavily committed to this initiative and investment in our youth.
Ramapo High School principal, Louis Moore addressed our club to explain major themes that he sees with regard to education and also to highlight some of the joint initiatives that Rotary and the school are working on together.
Cindy picked from Light The Way Counseling Center in Midland Park spoke to us today.   One of our members Lloyd has known her for 15 years and invited Cindy to speak to us of the wrk  that her counselors do.
Ray Falcon speaks to us about the opportunity for local businesses to get free assistance and help a great intiiative.
Lynn Buckingham from Rebuilding Together shared the great work that they do in Bergen County at our weekly meeting. 
Andy Garlick, a Past President of our club, provided great insights into the origins of the New Testament and how the various Gospels evolved.
Jack Romano from the Midland Park Lions Club addressed our meeting today
Boys and Girls club leaders address our weekly meeting.  We were happy to welcome Peter Thornton and Wendy Worden
John Gaut informed the club about the art of Bee Keeping.
Wyckoff and Midland Park rotarians are having a special push on for this month to get food supplies to local Food Pantries.  We request that other Rotary Clubs in our district respond to the call to provide emergency supplies to local organizations.
Our annual breakfast for the successful College Scholarship candidates was held on June 11th 2014
Brian Murray spoke to the club about his Axenika Water Sanitizing System which can be used in areas that have limited access to clean water.
Advertising has evolved in recent years. Insights into the current landscape were provided by Jim Heggarty
Wyckoff Ambulance Corps welcomed our members over two nights to provide comprehensive CPR training.
Steven Wolfe, the founder of Solid Foundation, addressed our club today.  He spoke of his vision of empowering young people to make a solid contribution in their community.
Chris Hanly shared sound financial planning advice with our club members at our weekly meeting.
Paul Van Ostenbridge, President of Atlantic Stewardship Bank updated the club on their activities and charity outreach.
NY Giants kicker Jeff Feagles provided us an interesting insight into both his personal journey to the NFL and into his Superbowl experiences.
Today the coordinating members from the YMCA club provided an update on preparations for this years Triathlon taking place on June 14th in Franklin Lakes.   The Triathlon is a joint initiative between the Wyckoff YMCA and the Wyckoff Midland Park Rotary Club.
High School seniors can now apply for a scholarship from the Wyckoff Midland Park Rotary.  See attached application form.
Stephanie Colletti provided an update on the great work of Star of Hope in Paterson.
Shirley and Jorge paid a final visit to our club to say farewell before returning to Peru
Sr Gloria gave an animated talk on her life, Oasis and the using the energy she has been blessed with to run an organization
Martin Nolan, from the New York Metro Rotary Club, returned to our club to provide an update on the Haiti Hydroelectric project
isabella had a very worthwhile trip to Guatemala and attended our meeting today to give us an update.
Alfred Siss, who has recently published a new book stopped by our meeting on Thursday morning to speak about his new novel and to sign copies of his book.
Michael Duch is the manager of the new Cigar Shop that Aldo Cascio is opening up in Wckoff.  He shared his insight into cigars.
Grace Agwaru, the first ever recipient of a heart operation through the Gift of Life program visited our club.
At our weekly Thursday meeting, we were delighted to welcome our Gift of Life recipient, Jorge, along with his mom, Shirley. 
Our weekly speaker was Ellen Forstrom.  She brought us up to speed on the latest developments at the James R. Ganley School in Juarez Mexico.
Today we are happy to launch our new Twitter account for the club.
We were happy to welcome Midland Park Mayor Bud O'Hagan to our weekly meeting to speak to us.
Oscar Rivera from Honduras received a heart operation 18 months ago that saved his life.  He visited our club today with his family.
The Wyckoff Midland Park Rotary Club held a meet and greet event at the Brick House to welcome potential members to the club.  The evening included a demonstration of CPR from the Wyckoff Ambulance Corp

Our meetings are held every Thursday at 7:30am at the Brick House  (you are welcome to stop by for a visit). 



Current President, Tom Madigan and his wife Mary were welcoming hosts for this years Rotary Club Holiday Party at their home in Wyckoff. 

Club President has the following wish for all our members:  "Wishing you and  your families all the best in the New  Year!!"

Mayor Rudy Boonstra provided a comprehensive summary of town activities and answered questions from our members

Andy Topp provided an update on the water filter initiative to help victims of the Philippines natural disaster.

Jennifer, in her last year of her Physician Assistant program, will be travelling to Uganda to help staff several outreach clinics in the northwest of the country in Masindi-Kitara. 
Santa Claus and Mrs Claus make a stop at Wyckoff.  Club members helped spread cheer among the children coming to visit them by handing out balloons and candy canes.





Today we were very happy to welcome our District Governor and his assistant to our club.  He spoke about the 'Hands only CPR' initiative that he is promoting and other inspiring topics that helped provide direction for us for 2014


Members of our club - Pamela James, Tom Madigan, Ken and Carol Norman spent a day helping prepare the food, distribute it and clean up afterwards on the Relief Bus
Brian Prendergast was at work right next to the twin towers on 9/11.  He had a unique perspective on events that day which he shared with our club members.
Jay Vidockler provided valuable insights to our Rotary members on the good works and purpose of the Wyckoff Chamber of Commerce.
Rotary Interact held a day of inspiration and leadership training for students from our Rotary District 7490 of which Wyckoff-Midland Park Rotary is a member.
Our annual Beefsteak Dinner held at the Brownstone on October 22nd was a resounding success and a fun time for all that attended.

Our annual project to deliver Dictionaries to all third grade students in any school in Wyckoff and Midland Park has just been completed.


Today Past District Governor Joe Laureni, and Chairperson of the District Gift of Life Foundation was able to give an in depth, personal presentation of the Gift of Life program since its adoption in mid-80’s by our Northern New Jersey District 7490. 

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