Speaker Date Topic
Thanksgiving Turkey Nov 23, 2017
No meeting today. Hope you are enjoying Thanksgiving Turkey with your family.

No meeting today.

Hope you are enjoying Thanksgiving Turkey with your family.

Fellowship Meeting and Jay Flowler Nov 30, 2017
2 more of our newer members will provide information about themselves so we get to know them better

Once a month we will hear from 2 of our members as they provide us with some detailed information about themselves - Personal Information - Professional Information.

Jay's presentation will touch on the following topics:

  • Paramus Rotary Club's history of foundation giving
  • Reasons and ways to give to TRF
  • How the Ridgewood AM RC incentivized 17 members to become PHFs through points
  • The TRF Brunch on March 18, 2018 honoring 30 years of Women in Rotary
  • Q & A


Paramus High School Chior performance Dec 07, 2017
Holiday Music


Members of the Paramus High School Honors Chior will entertain our members and help us all get into the holiday spirit.

On Thursday December 21st the full concert chior (of over 100 members) will be performing at the Paramus High School Holiday Concert - 7pm at PHS. Additionally the PHS Concert Band and Orchestra will also perform that evening.

For the 13th year in a row Paramus has been voted one of the best communities for music education. 



Jim Cole Dec 14, 2017
Polio Plus
Alexandria Brunelli Jan 04, 2018
Presentation from Alexandria Brunelli Community Development Manager American Cancer Society

Presentation from Alexandria Brunelli Community Development Manager American Cancer Society 

Donna Spoto - Deputy Director Jan 11, 2018
Bergen County Division of Economic Developement
Julie Grapin Melinda Iannarone Jan 18, 2018
Children's Aid and Family Services

Their work includes adoption and adoption support servicestherapeutic foster care for vulnerable children, child care and early education, drug and alcohol abuse education and prevention, eldercare, and strengthening the community through educational programs and workshops. Each of these services makes a profound and lasting difference in people’s lives.

While placing children for adoption is still one of their core commitments, they have evolved to keep pace with a changing world. The needs of the children they treat have changed dramatically during the last several years. Today, they come having suffered from more severe physical and emotional abuse and neglect, and having had less basic care from their families. Many of the children have serious behavioral and mental health issues, as well as social and learning challenges. As a result, they need more specialized treatment while living in the agency’s therapeutic or family foster homes to help them start to heal. The agency’s goal is to help them move on to a loving adoptive family, or live independently with a job and a home to call their own.

Cathy Zahn Jan 25, 2018
Awareness on the subject of human trafficking