FLAG (Frontline Appreciation Group), of Hackettstown in partnership with the Hackettstown Rotary Foundation, is raising money to support our staff at Hackettstown Medical Center during this very unprecedented time.  Currently, their task is overwhelming; working around the clock.  We will be providing individually packaged meals sourced by our local restaurants and paid for by your generous donations.  Keeping our frontline fueled while supporting our local businesses!   Won't you consider donating to support this cause?!   Click the donate button above.
 
Or, checks can be made out, and mailed to:
Hackettstown Rotary Foundation
P.O. Box 561
Hackettstown, NJ 07840
 
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Hackettstown Rotary luncheons will be canceled at Panther Valley Golf & Country Club until April 14th, or TBD.
To continue to plan and serve our community, our meetings will be conducted through Zoom conferencing.
 
Due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 virus, 
and to ensure continued protection,
the Hackettstown Rotary Foundation will not have our annual Memorial Motor Madness car show this upcoming May. 
We are hopeful to reschedule at a later date.
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Learn how our club supports curing blindness in Ghana

Thank you to all those that were able to come out recently to the Hackettstown Rotary event to learn about the Himalayan Cataract Project for curing blindness.  

Guests above, are from left, Dr. Benedicta Louisa Appiah-Thompson, leading ophthalmologist at Cape Coast Teaching Hospital, in Ghana. Phyllis Mhango in company with Dr. Thompson.

 

Early this past October, her team hosted high-volume surgical outreach with support of the Himalayan Cataract Project (HCP) to restore sight to hundreds of individuals who had lost their vision to cataracts. At the end of five days, the team of five surgeons set a new national record in Ghana of 713 sight-restoring surgeries.

Rotarians, and guests, from left to right, Craig Newton, Craig Stroud, Dr. Thompson, Norman Worth, Laurie Rapisardi, Jim Sheldon, Bruno Gubelmann, Linda Poisseroux, Norman Jensen, and Diana Fox.

 

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