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This ain't your Dad's Rotary! Come join us for a wonderful varied meal, great guest speakers, with a wonderful group of men and women from all walks of life, who give our club a vibrant positive outlook, and reflect our local and global community.

"Service Above Self"

We meet Tuesdays at 7:45 AM
The Olde Mill Inn
225 Route 202 (Morristown Road)
Basking Ridge, NJ  07920
United States
President's Corner
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Rotary Foundation
Meeting Responsibilities
October Meeting Assignments
Set Up
Zalis, Eric
Anna, Ravi
Berger, Terrence
Sergent At Arms
Duffy, Paul
Clean Up
O'Donovan, Timothy
November Meeting Assignments
Set Up
Zalis, Eric
Burd, George
Berger, Terrence
Sergent Ay Arms
Duffy, Paul
Clean Up
O'Donovan, Timothy
Bernardsville Rotary Happenings
Fellow Rotarians,
Our esteemed Rotarians Lavinia and Brad Jenkins have graciously volunteered to open their home for our Bernardsville Rotary Club Christmas and Holiday Party to be held on Sunday, December 11, 2016 from 5:00-7:00 PM at their home:
Jenkins Home
12 Maple Village Court
Bernardsville, NJ 07924
Home Tel.:  (908) 766-4790
Brad's Mobile:  (201) 650-0313
This is a wonderful opportunity to spread the Christmas and Holiday Spirit through sharing food, drink, and fellowship.  Please come and join in the fun!  To make it easy on everyone, we ask that you bring:
  • One homemade prepared dish of your choosing from your family tradition or ethnic background to be shared by all.  Please do not make too much as this is for people to try only.  Please think of an appetizer portion for each person based on approximately 20 to thirty people depending on our turn out that day.  We will firm up numbers as the date gets closer.
  • Make your dish in an easy carry container that can be reheated in a microwave if necessary, and brought home with you afterwards if there are any left overs.  If a spoon, fork, or knife is necessary to serve your dish, then you can please bring a plastic one with you that can be taken home afterwards,  A lid for carrying both to and from the Jenkins household is necssary.  And, if heating is an issue, please try to bring it properly heated with you so minimum time in the Jenkin's microwave can be used, and you can spend more time enjoying the fellowship.
  • Also, if you plan on drinking a beverage, please be prepared to bring water, soda, beer, or wine enough so someone else or two can enjoy your drink of choice also.
Let's please all try to make this event as it reflects how great we all truly are, and it gives us some much necessary time to spend together enjoying one another's company and relax together for a couple of hours.
Please bring family and friends, but don't forget to inform Lavinia and Brad Jenkins who is coming, how many are coming, what your bringing in terms of food and drink.
Thank You!smiley



The Rotary Foundation


100 Years of “Service Above Self”

Combined With

The Rotary President’s Annual Ball


Friday, November 18, 2016 at 6:00 PM

Mayfair Farms

Tel.:  973- 731-4300

481 Eagle Rock Avenue

West Orange, NJ 07052

$75.00 Per Person

Contact:  Ken Nickel:  973-390-0708 or email:



Please make every effort to attend our Rotary Combined 100th Foundation and President’s Ball Event.  We are only as good as we project ourselves to our Global Community.  Therefore, let’s provide this event with one hundred percent attendance to demonstrate to the World our continued efforts to promote peace, fight disease, provide clean water, provide maternal and child welfare, support literacy, and help economic development. 


We are truly a grass roots organization that affects our combined interests at a local, federal, and world level in a positive force we call Rotary International to make our Global Community a better place for those who will occupy it tomorrow.


Now is the time to attend at least one major event to celebrate all that is good about Rotary International, demonstrate your on-going committment, and lead by example to our community leaders what it means to provide “Service Above Self”.


Let’s come together as one loud single voice on Friday, November 18, 2016 to make a continuing impact on all that is good in our society and global community by supporting our Rotary International.  It’s time to give back to Rotary what Rotary International has given to us.


This is an excellent opportunity to invite a friend, family member, or prospective Rotarian to enjoy an evening out, and see for themselves what a great Rotary Family we truly are in our Global World.

Welcome to the Bernardsville Rotary Club, where thirty-eight diversed women and men of all ages from all walks of life gather to share ideas to support local, national, and global humanitarian causes and needs. All of our combined contributions, no matter how big nor how small, will impact generations to come. That's why we are constantly looking for new members with fresh ideas to join our vibrant club, and help us make a positive impact on our community and world. Please join us at our meeting as our guest for a wonderful meal, fellowship, and and a chance to  learn more about how you can make a successful positive impact in our global community by joining Rotary. Meetings are held at the Olde Mill Inn at 7:47am in Basking Ridge, NJ on Tuesdays and every fourth Tuesday at the Claremont Tavern in Bernardsville, NJ at 6:00pm. We look forward to seeing you there at our next meeting!

A Short Video On What Rotary Is All About

We have recently “adopted” a stretch of 202 in Somerset Hills to help clean and maintain.
Our Adopted Program meets quarterly for breakfast, fellowship, and then we provide community service to help keep our community beautiful.
Eat breakfast, meet great local community members, and lead by example as we keep our neighborhood beautiful!
Our next outing is this Saturday, 10/8/16.  See you there!

THe Bernardsville Rotary Club is proud to support the Basking Ridge Presbyterian Church's God's Co-op Food Pantry. There are those in our community who need this valuable service. The BRPC operates a cooperative food pantry in partnership with Good Shepherd Church in Bernardsville for those in our area who are limited in their ability to buy food. For more information on this community service, and how you can help provide community service, please click on the link below.