President Gary Spivak had arranged for a hypnotherapist to address the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club. Even though there was last minute confirmation by the speaker, he did not appear. The club, unmesmerized, then proceeded to hold its 50/50 raffle drawing in a reverse order.
Checks were drawn for Joe D'Arco who won fifty dollars, Claire Doane for one hundred and thirty dollars and the big winner was Kevin Reiner who won five hundred dollars. The monies that the raffle raised that are retained by the club will go to various charities that the club supports.
Boomerangs The Rotarians came to Boomerangs unaware of the food and management. They left sated and full of camaraderie. They had met Daryl and Gina, management. Once the food had arrived, family style, oohs and aahs were heard as the food was tasted. The Caribbean and Soul food treatment was savored. Read More.........
Indian Dinner at Taj Palace www.tajpalacenj.com
Date and Time: Thursday 3/10 at 6:30 p.m.
A note from President Liz Mason
First of all, thanks to Mukesh for organizing a fabulous international night at Taj Palace! The food and company were excellent. We celebrated Nripen and Monica's 37th wedding anniversary and welcomed Mel back after a period of poor health. Another international night is being planned by Chrysoula and we have a picnic booked in June on board a sailboat in the Meadowlands. These social events are a great way to get to know your fellow club members as well as an opportunity to invite family, friends and potential members.
Paramus Bandshell Each year Westfield Garden State Plaza Shopping Center has generously donated flowers for the three flowerboxes built for and donated by the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club. This year was no exception. A team effort heralded the planting this year. Superintendent of Shade Tree and Parks Jay Sexton had his men plant the flowers early Tuesday morning on the 13th of July.
The Fireside Chat Striking an innovative note, members of the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club helped to support the National MS Society by shopping at Fairway Market on March 10th. Fairway Markets donated 10% of their sales to the Society to help support MS. The Rotarians did this by arranging to have a Fireside Chat meeting and to purchase their dinners at Fairway Market and then going over to Club President Mukesh Malkan’s home to dine. Of course they bought extras.
Surprise Recognition Presented by Rotary District 7490 Governor Suraj Bhatia
PARAMUS, N.J., Jan. 21, 2010 - Paramus Sunrise Rotary recently bestowed the honor of the Paul Harris Fellow recognition for Rotarian and club Webmaster Sophie Stone. Sophie and her husband, Sam, donate their time to keep the club's Web site, www.paramussunrise.org, updated with the latest events, speakers and photos.
Greek Dinner Father Peter Lekkas, Pastor of Saint John The Theologian Greek Orthodox Church in Tenafly, was in charge of Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club's International Dinner celebrating Greece. It was only natural that he selected It's Greek To Me in Westwood owned by former church president George Papas. An excellent choice, George deluged us with delicacies before serving the main meal.
By Mel Fabrikant Friday, August 21 2009, 03:42 PM EDT
Paramus Sunrise Pool Party Averaging a club get together every four to six weeks, Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club held a Pool Party at the home of one of its members, Kelly Leitch. Kelly, the perfect hostess, welcomed President Mukesh Malkan and Kashmira, his wife, Antonio Rosario and wife Wendy, Gary Spivak and wife Bea, Mel Fabrikant and friend Angela Marcy as well as Hemish Kapedia who came alone. Mukesh, Antonio and Gary brought their youngsters who reveled in the water.
Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club Gift Of Life Child Arrives
By Mel Fabrikant Saturday, July 25 2009, 11:41 AM EDT
Paramus Sunrise GoL Child Arrives Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club President Mukesh Malkan called me last night about 8:30 to tell me that our first Gift of Life Child, Lacy-Ann, had arrived in New Jersey and was at her host family, the Iacono's. In true Rotary spirit, he was going over to welcome her and asked me if I would like to go along. Would I ever! Even though I usually retire early, I jumped at the chance. Mukesh offered to pick me up; I accepted and away we went.
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