President: Jim Murray
Director: Lou Granados
Director: Norm Goldberg
Director: Chris Kmosko
Past President: Carolyn Sepkowski
Treasurer: Les Hall
Assistant Treasurer: Chat Hoffman
Secretary: Les Giese
Assistant Secretary: Eileen Wallace
The Rotary Club of North Hunterdon is a member organization of Rotary International, a world wide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and helps build goodwill and peace in the world. The Club supports initiatives globally investing in polio eradication, clean water and working with a club in the Dominican Republic to aid in the education of their youth.
Locally, the Rotary Club of North Hunterdon has worked with the community since its founding in 1939 assisting with roadway development, construction of community ball fields, playgrounds and walkways, Clinton Parades, sponsorships of boy and girl scouts, soap box derbies, flood relief, exchange students, dictionary distribution, the donation of street clock in Clinton and supports area non-profit organizations, schools and health care facilities. The Club awards scholarships to students graduating from Delaware Valley, North Hunterdon and Voorhees High Schools.
Supporting the community is possible through fundraising activities which the Rotary Club holds each year, most notably, the Skylands Triathlon. The event is a Nationally Sanctioned Triathlon.
Hunterdon County is home to the Rotary Club of Whitehouse, Clinton Sunrise, Flemington and Lambertville-New Hope. The Clubs support each other’s projects and worked collaboratively, including the Annual Soup Cook-off held at Hunterdon Central with funds distributed to local food pantries in our work to end Hunger in Hunterdon.