Glassboro Rotary Club donates dictionaries to local elementary school students
On Tuesday, the Glassboro Rotary Sunrise Club distributed dictionaries to local schools during their third annual Dictionary Project. In all, about 20,000 dictionaries are being distributed by Rotary clubs within New Jersey this month.
The books were given to classrooms in St. Michael’s School in Clayton and the Dorothy L. Bullock School in Glassboro.
Rotary International promotes integrity and advances world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders. The Rotary Club of Glassboro is dedicated to demonstrating the principles of Rotary International with a focus on supporting educational and community based programs that directly benefit the town.
On March 10, the Glassboro club will hold its 3rd Annual Casino Night at the Glassboro VFW Post 679 Hall located at 275 Wilmer Street. The event starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are $35 per person and include a buffet dinner, $30 in casino chips and beer and wine. All proceeds will go toward scholarship funds for Glassboro High School Students.
On May 28, the club members will be volunteering for the Glassboro Memorial Day parade and will carry the oversized American flag down the entire parade route.
If you are interested in becoming a Rotary member or finding out more information about what the Glassboro Rotary Club does, visit the website at www.glassbororotary.com.