Club Information

Our Commitment Is:

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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Page Stories
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.
 
 
 
Wyckoff Ambulance Corps welcomed our members over two nights to provide comprehensive CPR training.
 
 
 
Advertising has evolved in recent years. Insights into the current landscape were provided by Jim Heggarty
 
 
 
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.
 
 
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
 
 
Boys and Girls club leaders address our weekly meeting.  We were happy to welcome Peter Thornton and Wendy Worden
 
 
 
Andy Garlick, a Past President of our club, provided great insights into the origins of the New Testament and how the various Gospels evolved.
 
 
 
Lynn Buckingham from Rebuilding Together shared the great work that they do in Bergen County at our weekly meeting. 
 
 
 
Ray Falcon speaks to us about the opportunity for local businesses to get free assistance and help a great intiiative.
 
 
 
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.
 
 
 
Our club was happy to make the presentations to the 2015 Rotary Scholarship winners at our weekly morning meeting.
 
 
 
 
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 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.
 
 
This Summer the Rotary Club if Wyckoff and Midland Park sponsored and hosted 6 high school students
to take part in the Rotary International  Short-Term Youth Exchange Program.
 
 

At our weekly meeting, Elizabeth Poole was installed as a new member.  Elizabeth has been coming to our meeting for several months and was received as a member by Andrew Garlick and club president Russ Kamp.

 
 
John Azarian was our weekly speaker.  He had a captive audience as he shared memorabilia from Star Wars, Happy Days and I Dream of Genie.
 
 
 
Fr Felix who is currently visiting from Nigeria shared his initiative to bring clean water to the village where he grew up.
 
 
 
Amanda Missey enlightened our club on the work of Bergen Volunteer Medical Initiative during our weekly meeting.
 
 
Jim Henry speaks to us of the Life Givers Network
 
 
 

Tom Frodella started this grass roots faith based non-profit.  It is all volunteer.  All profits go directly to aid veterans and their families except for some funds needed for brochures, fliers, etc.  They provide housing, clothing, job training and counseling.