Rotary’s Recipe for Supporting Autism Center
Take several dozen golfers, add one annual golf outing, and a dash of the and what do you get? A check for $17,500! Presented to , Rotary president delivered the check to college president at a luncheon held on the college campus. Rotary Club members who attended the luncheon were also treated to a tour of the Center.
Blattner thanked the Rotary Club of the Caldwells for the generous gift, telling them that the gift will improve the lives of children, through the specialized and effective treatment programs that the Center offers.
“This was the most successful golf outing in the history of this event in terms of funds raised,” said Wolgemuth. “On behalf of the Club, I am happy to provide this gift to a very important and effective program that will truly improve the lives of both the children living with Autism and their families.”
For more information on the Center for Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis, visit the website. For information about the Rotary Club of the Caldwells, or if you are interested in joining the club, visit the Club’s website.
A Walk in the Park
If you are like most visitors to , you have walked or run the paths a million times. And, even though you’ve noticed the beauty of the trees, you have never really taken the time to note what type of trees line the paths and fields.
Well, the would like to change that. On Tuesday, August 16, at 6:30 p.m. the Conservancy welcomes Rich Rombough of American Tree Experts for a walk in the park.
So grab a friend, and join your neighbors and members of the Conservancy by the to learn about the trees. Walking shoes recommended! In case of rain, the walk will take place on Wednesday, August 17, at 6:30 p.m.
Questions? Call (973) 618-9154 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women and Tea
Looking for a way to volunteer for something worthwhile? The Junior Woman's Club of Verona invites ladies from the Caldwells to learn what the Junior Woman’s Club has to offer. Membership is open to women who live in Verona or nearby towns that do not have their own clubs.
The group, which was recognized recently at the state level for its outstanding community service and volunteerism, will host a new member tea for individuals interested in learning more about the Club on Tuesday, August 23, at 7p.m. Interested in attending? E-mail email@example.com. Want to learn more about the club? Visit www.veronajuniors.org.
The Junior Woman's Club of Verona holds business meetings the second Wednesday of each month from September to June at 8 p.m. in the Verona Community Center.