3rd Annual Trenton Rotary Corn Hole Tournament Fundraiser – Saturday, October 12, 11am – 4pm at the Trenton Thunder Arm & Hammer Ball Park. All proceeds benefit projects that the Trenton Rotary Club and its Foundation supports at nonprofits in our community.
Member John Donohue, VP for College Advancement at TCNJ, recently arranged for Trenton Rotary to participate at their ConnectFest for freshman students. It’s an opportunity to showcase local organizations and provides opportunities for students to volunteer and become more involved. John Donohue, his assistant Annie Nyce, Bob Ryan and several students manned the Trenton Rotary […]
The student exchange program between the Rotary Clubs of Trenton, NJ and Omiya, Japan turned 50. Each summer since 1969, the two Rotary Clubs have alternated hosting 2-4 students from the sending Club’s families. It has provided an outstanding opportunity for increasing understanding between our two countries as well as giving students a rare […]
Trenton Rotarians Mark Iorio and Glenn Paul present a check for $2,500 to Denise Daniels from the United Way of Greater Mercer County in support of TDI Connect.
The Trenton Digital Initiative, is a non-profit initiative to distribute free computers and low-cost, high-speed Internet to economically challenged Trenton families. Trenton Rotarians worked with other local organizations to launch this program and currently serve on the committee. To learn more, view the video produced in 2015.
Trenton Rotary was treated to a very insightful talk from Dr. George Pruitt, the Past President of Thomas Edison State University in Trenton.
Members of the Trenton Central High School Interact Club sponsored by the Trenton Rotary Club shared their community service projects they’ve been doing the past year.
It was a perfect summer evening to celebrate the installation of Chris Secrist as the new President of the Rotary Club of Trenton.
Trenton Rotary Lion Woodward Scholarship Recipients
“Not in my neighborhood!” We’ve all heard it. Affordable Housing is very much needed throughout the State, but many Municipalities do not want to provide housing for low income residents. Until 1978 zoning laws could successfully prevent it. That changed when the NJ Supreme Court ruled all NJ Municipalities had to allow for a “Reasonable […]