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Rotary Park May 1, 2015 Woodbury Rotary Lunch Club has contracted with Darlington Designs for the club's "Rotary Park" improvement project. With funds raised by the club, the park, located on E. Barber Ave in Woodbury, is having a complete landscaping makeover with new trees, plants and shrubs along with an irrigation system and lighting. The project is coordinated by club members Randy & Herb Budd and Tony Yula.
Dining with the Rotary Chefs Jan 25, 2015 Held at Luciens Manor in Berlin NJ
Winning Bags Coach/Kors Bingo Oct 18, 2014 1st Coach/Kors Bag Bingo held at Brooklawn Legion Hall from 7-11 pm. A night filled with great friends and local community. This event will help to raise money for the Woodbury Rotary Lunch Club to continue to provide the community throughout the year with its many projects. The event was attended by 200 people and was a great time for all involved.
Back Pack for Kids 2014 Aug 26, 2014 The Woodbury Rotary Club had collected over $1,600 for the purchase of 60 Back Packs which were donated to the West End Elementary School in Woodbury and 10 back packs for the Seeds of Hope Ministry. Each back pack is filled with essential school supplies in an effort to help the community. This year President Elect Terri Parker organized and purchased all the supplies and with help from President Wanda McIlvaine and member Lauren Donovan and packed the bags and dropped off at the school.
Sky High Raffle Ballon Ride Aug 16, 2014 Woodbury Rotary held a raffle during the Kayak Regatta and the winning prize was a balloon ride courtesy of Deptford Police.
Rotary Strike out for Hunger Aug 6, 2014 Phillies game 8/6 and Dinner 8/7 at Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill
Rotary Park Cleaned Up Aug 3, 2014 Rotary Park on Friday 8 August looked the best it has this year. We may have a problem with the Epple sign. It appears to have taken a blow that broke it footing and it is now wobbly.
The Panama Canal expansion project (also called the Third Set of Locks Project) is intended to double the capacity of the Panama Canal by creating a new lane of traffic and allowing more and larger ships to transit. The project is expected to create demand for ports to handle New Panamax ships. Panama Canal Expansion Jul 29, 2014 The Panama Canal expansion project (also called the Third Set of Locks Project) is intended to double the capacity of the Panama Canal by creating a new lane of traffic and allowing more and larger ships to transit. The project is expected to create demand for ports to handle New Panamax ships.
Pictures from South Jersey Times 2014-15 Around the Town Jul 1, 2014
Wanda McIlvaine calls to order her first lunch meeting as President of the Woodbury Lunch Rotary Club. Weekly Lunch Meetings Jul 1, 2014 Join Woodbury Rotary at Riverwinds Restaurant for lunch every Tuesday at 12:15pm.
2014-2015 Changeover DInner Jun 24, 2014 Changeover Dinner @ Riverwinds Restaurant
Woodbury Rotary Lunch Club President Ken McIlvaine thanks Susan Carpenter of the law firm Estate Planning May 27, 2014 The Essentials Planning for your family future
Ken McIlvaine , Woodbury Rotary Club President,  thanks Mr Frank 
C Broomell Jr , Harvard Graduate, US Marine Corp veteran and Candidate for Congress in NJ First District who spoke to the club on Young Engagement in Community Service May 13, 2014 Mr Frank Broomall Jr., Harvard Graduate, US Marine Corp veteran and Candidate for Congress in NJ First District
Woodbury Rotary Park Rotary Park Cleanup May 3, 2014 Members of Woodbury Lunch Rotary come together to help clean up Rotary Park
President Ken McIlvaine and Rotary District Rotary 7640 Membership Chairman Cathy Gavin Rotary Membership Challenge Apr 29, 2014 Woodbury Rotary Lunch Club President Ken McIlvaine thanks Rotary District Rotary 7640 Membership Chairman Cathy Gavin who spoke to the club on the "Rotary Membership Challenge".
Dr. Michelle McMaster and President Ken McIlvaine Anesthesia Apr 22, 2014 Dr. Michelle McMaster speaks to the group about the history of Anesthesia
Judge Smith and his wife Mary Jane. Judge Smith celebrates 80 years! Apr 22, 2014 Rotarian retired judge Don Smith receives a surprise visit from his wife MaryJane who made a $1000 donation in his name in honor of his 80th birthday . The two of Don's favorite Rotary projects to receive the gifts are $500 to Woodbury's Rotary Park and $500 to support the Santo Domingo orphanage and school built with funds also donated by Rotary District 7640!
Manny Bermundez from Fulton Bank and Woodbury Rotary President Ken McIlvaine Financial Literacy Program Apr 15, 2014 Manny Bermundez from Fulton Bank speaks about his role in the Teaching Children to Save program he is involved with.
Bob DiMartino and Woodbury Rotary President Ken McIlvaine Historic Pen Company Apr 8, 2014 Mr. Bob DiMartino -founder of The Historic Pen Co is shown with Woodbury Rotary lunch club. Bob brought sample of magnets and ornaments made from the Jersey Shore boardwalks !
Choices from the Heart Co-founder and Executive Director Rita Reyes and Woodbury Rotary President Ken McIlvaine Choices from the Heart Apr 1, 2014 Woodbury Rotary Lunch President Ken McIlvaine thanks "Choices of the Heart" Founder Rita Reyes for her informative and amazing program on the Pregnancy Resource Center located in Washington Twp. The center assists women ages 17-24 and has been in existence since 1996. For more information www.choicesoftheheart.com
President Ken McIlvaine and Vice President Chris Gimello Chris Gimello Mar 18, 2014 Iraq: A look back 9 Years to the Day that Chris returned home from a 2004-2005 stay in Iraq as a US Marine. He shared his incredible stories and pictures with the group. Thank you Chris for your service.
President Kenneth McIlvaine and Fellow Rotarian Dr. Richard Whittaker International Rotary Projects Mar 4, 2014 Dr Richard Whittaker, orthopedic surgeon who traveled to India along with wife Peggy and assisted in vaccinating children against polio, Rotary's signature project! Only Nigeria, Afghanistan and Pakistan remain to eradicate in the world!!
President Kenneth McIlvaine and President-Elect Terri Parker President-Elect Terri Parker Feb 25, 2014 President-Elect Terri Parker talks about her upcoming goals for her presidential term.
President Ken McIlvaine and Rotarian Roger Jones Mercy Ships Feb 18, 2014 Rotarian Roger Jones speaking on hospital "Mercy Ships" Savings lives along the African Coast.
Rotarian Anthony Yula and Rotary President Ken McIlvaine Summit City Farms Winery Feb 11, 2014 Rotarian Anthony Yula hosted todays program about his own business today. Anthony's program featured the process that goes along with wine making from start to finish. Summit City Farms is located in Glassboro NJ and will soon be opening a wine room for the public.
2013-2014 Around the Town Jan 1, 2014 Woodbury Rotary featured in Gloucester County Times "Around the Town" section
The lunch club meets every Tues. at
12:15 at Riverwinds Restaurant in West Deptford
2014 New Members and Member Achievements Jan 1, 2014 Recognizing new members and member achievements for the 2014 year.
2013 Dictionary Project Dec 18, 2013 This is not another of those “throw-money-at-a-problem” projects. It is a one-on-one personal contact with the future of our nation.
Christmas for Kids 2013 Dec 10, 2013 The Woodbury Rotary Clubs, Breakfast and Lunch participated in this years' program assisting the children with the purchase of clothing and shoes at K-Mart. After a breakfast with Santa is held at Kemble Methodist Church. This year, thanks to your generosity, we were able to provide clothing and shoes, a Christmas breakfast and a gift personally delivered by Santa Clause for 30 needy children ranging in age from 5 - 11 years
Our map starts at the Racine, Wisconsin, birthplace of Paul Harris, then south to Evanston and the RI World Headquarters, Chicago to Section 37 to see the plaque marking where the first Rotary meeting was held, then head south to drive past Comely Bank, and finally down to Mount Hope Cemetery Rotary Heritage Trail Sep 3, 2013 Our map starts at the Racine, Wisconsin, birthplace of Paul Harris, then gives you a 90 minute drive south to Evanston and the RI World Headquarters, then on to Chicago to Section 37 to see the plaque marking where the first Rotary meeting was held, if you are there for lunch on a Tuesday makeup at the Union League Club with Rotary Club One, then head south to drive past (and someday go into) Comely Bank, and finally down to Mount Hope Cemetery. The trip could be done in half a day.
Greg's Chesapeake Bay Sailing Adventure Part I Aug 6, 2013 The group I sailed with is known as the CGSA (Christian Gentlemen's Sailing Association), a loose group of guys that share the same basic beliefs in life and also share a passion for sailing. After about 5 yrs of invitations to join them on the "summer sail", I was able to take the time in June – the 8th to the 16th – this year. We were , in total, five (5) Sailing vessels, ranging in size from 30 ft to 36 ft.; 16 guys & a lot of wind and rain, lightening and thunder!
Greg's Chesapeake Bay Sailing Adventure Part II Aug 6, 2013 My cruise did not end until the following week-end, when Joyce & I and an able bodied 15 yr old brought JoySea III up from Haven Harbour Marina in Rock Hall (where we winter the boat each yr for past 15 yrs) to our mooring on the Sassafras River in Kentmore Park – on the chart, just opposite "Ordinary Point," approx.. 5 miles up river from the Chesapeake Bay.
Menu FCCLA - Rotary Club Joint Venture Jun 7, 2013 The FCCLA Club from Clearview regional HS has included the preparation of meals for the Ronald McDonald House as one of their community service projects. They received financial support from the Woodbury Rotary Club. Eight Student FCCLA members took the responsibility for planning the menu, shopping for the food and preparing it in the House kitchen. The total number of people eating meals this evening was 55, a full house. Dinner preparations began after 4pm and dinner was served starting at 5:30pm.
Woodbury Rotary Park is home to the “Memorial Walkway.” This Walkway is a special tribute to the unsung heroes who assisted the American war effort in both times of war and peace. the Walkway includes the Vietnam and Korean war memorial, and single pavers recognizing individuals. 2013 Memorial Day May 27, 2013 Woodbury Rotary Park is home to the “Memorial Walkway.” This Walkway is a special tribute to the unsung heroes who assisted the American war effort in both times of war and peace. the Walkway includes the Vietnam and Korean war memorial, and single pavers recognizing individuals. Annually on Memorial Day a Dedicational Prayer is followed by Boy Scouts playing Taps changing the flag and Placing of the Wreaths
RI District 2040 with home towns of Team members The Group Study Exchange Team from Milan, Italy Apr 23, 2013 The Group Study Exchange Team from Milan, Italy was hosted by the Woodbury Rotary Club from April 22 to April 27th On the night of April 23 we attended the Phillies v. Pirates game and on April 26 we spent an evening with the GSE Team enjoying Philadelphia Pops at the Kimmel Center. We invited those interested to join us.
Lou Giacarrdo - 911 survivor WTC Feb 5, 2013 Lou Giacarrdo a 911 survivor and was in the World Trade Center during the attacks. Presentation on WTC
L to R - Raechel, Jeffrey Smith, MD, son, Judge Don Smith, Hayes Rainier IV, G/S  In front of Jhpiego (pronounced Out of Africa Dec 4, 2012 Don lead a tour of East Africa with his daughter, Rachael Rainier and her son Hayes and daughter Susanne. The tour was a visit to Don’s son Jeffery who is employed by Jhpiego (pronounced "ja-pie-go") an "international non-profit health organization affiliated with Johns Hopkins University." Jhpiego stands for “Johns Hopkins Program for International Education in Gynecology and Obstetrics.” The tour began in Dar es Salaam, continued to the Serengeti, Stonetown, Zanzibar and back to Dar es Salaam then home
Christmas 4 Kids 2012 Dec 4, 2012 On December 4 the Woodbury Rotary Clubs, Breakfast and Lunch, and the Woodbury High School Interact Club and their spouses/family members participated in this years’s program assisting the children with the purchase of clothing and shoes at K-Mart and with the breakfast at Kemble Methodist Church. This year, thanks to your generosity, we were able to provide clothing and shoes, a Christmas breakfast and a gift personally delivered by Santa Claus for 30 needy children ranging in age from 5 - 11 years.
2012 Woodbury Rotary Club Presidents Trophy - 1931 Ford Pick up Owned & shown by Charles Simpson of Mt. Laurel, NJ. Won “Best of Show” 24th Annual Woodbury Auto Show Woodbury Auto Show Sep 1, 2012 The Woodbury Rotary Club’s Co-sponsers the Annual Woodbury Auto Show as a community service project that exposes many patrons to our downtown.
The Seeds of Hope Aug 21, 2012 The Woodbury Rotary Club under the direction of Pres. Jack Magee, and V.P. Terri Parker, along with Jen Barbera, Wanda Lee Mcilvaine, Chris Gimello and Joseph Lamb, had collected over $1,300 for the purchase of 50 Back Packs which were donated to the Annual Seeds of Hope "Back Pack Campaign". Standing from right is Mrs. Brenda Antinore, representing Seeds of Hope Ministries. Each Back pack is filled with essential school supplies in an effort to help the needy children of Camden and the surrounding areas.
Rotary Park Spring Cleanup 2012 May 1, 2012
Monument Dedicated to Those That Served During the Korean and Vietnam Conflicts							Rotary Park Apr 15, 2012 The Rotary Park Memorial Walkway - Make a lasting impression and help to pave the way for the Rotary Park Upgrade by purchasing a personally engraved memorial brick. The Rotary Park Memorial Walkway brick will be a permanent tribute to our nation's sons and daughters who served our country: past, present, peacetime, wartime, killed, or survived. Located on the grounds of the Rotary Park, on the bank of the Hesters Branch of Woodbury Creek at Barber Avenue., Woodbury
2010 Changerover Jun 29, 2010
The Rotary Park Memorial Walkway is a permanent tribute to our nation's sons and daughters who served our country:  past, present, peacetime, wartime, killed, or survived. Located on the grounds of the Rotary Park, on the bank of Hesters Branch of Woodbury Creek at Barber Avenue., in Woodbury, NJ Memorial Day Dedication - May 31, 20I0 May 31, 2010 The Rotary Park Memorial is a permanent tribute to our nation's sons and daughters who served our country: past, present, peacetime, wartime, killed, or survived. Located on the grounds of the Rotary Park, on the bank of the Hesters Branch of Woodbury Creek at Barber Avenue., in Woodbury, NJ
Armando Rosenberg Hogar Escuela Nov 10, 2009 Since 1995; District 7640 with the help of District 7500 & The Orchid Foundation has provided a 40 Foot container which is shipped annually to the Orphanage. The containers are loaded with food and supplies that is vital to the daily operation of the Orphanage.
Epple Bench Sep 23, 2009
Epple Garden Dedication Jun 13, 2009 Woodbury Rotarians dedicate the Epple Children’s Garden to the memory of Dr. Lawrence K. & Mrs. Nancy Johnson Epple. The Garden is on the grounds of the Rotary Park, Located on the bank of the Hesters Branch of Woodbury Creek at Barber Avenue., in Woodbury, NJ
Rotary Park Master Plan - Drawn By: Alan Kock, Landscape Architect for Gloucester County Parks & Recreation with Nancy's overlay outlined in pink. Park Upgrade Apr 10, 2009 Woodbury Rotarian, Nancy Cresse, created an idea for a Children’s Garden at Rotary Park to be dedicated to Dr. Lawrence & Mrs. Nancy Epple. She overlaid her plan onto the Rotary Park Master Plan - Drawn By: Alan Kock, Landscape Architect for Gloucester County Parks & Recreation. After Nancy accumulated funding she proceeded to construction of the designated site.
The Woodbury Junior-Senior High School Interact Club Sponsored by Woodbury Rotary Club From left to right - President Don Smith, Interact Advisor, Maria Lario, Lara Hassan, Jasmine Ehirim, David Carl, , Sara Hassan, Julio Interiano Interact Feb 19, 2008 The Woodbury Junior-Senior High School Interact Club Sponsored by Woodbury Rotary Club were our guests and program. President Don Smith and Club Youth Chair, John Carr, presented Interact members with a certificate of Interact Membership and an Interact Lapel Pin.
Entry of Trail from Broad St. Rotary Trail Aug 11, 2007 Rotary Trail is restored to preconstruction status.
Rotary President Ed with Interact President Sarah Hesser Woodbury Mews for the Apr 20, 2007 The Woodbury High School Interact club hosted a “Senior Prom” for the residents at the Woodbury Mews Assisted Living Facility. The students organized the afternoon event which included food, drinks, a DJ, and a king and queen. Over 40 residents attended and had a grand time. The Woodbury Rotary Club donated flowers for all the guests and bouquets for the king and queen.
Rotary Trail, in Red, along the north bank of Woodbury Creek. The Red represents Rotary trail destroyed during the construction of the parking garage. The yellow is the untouched section of the trail not maintained by Rotary. Rotary Trail Nov 14, 2006 These pictures were taken to show what must be done to bring the trail back after it was partially destroyed during the construction of Underwood Hospital’s new parking garage.
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