BBRC Supports P.S. 38 at Barnes & Noble on Saturday, December 13, 2014

Brooklyn Bridge Rotary Club Supports P.S. 38!

Saturday, December 13, 2014

at

Barnes & Noble

106 Court Street

Brooklyn, New York

In-store events will include PS 38 Chorus, a live band and holiday story times!

 A percentage of your Barnes & Noble purchases, including purchases made at the Café, will benefit P.S. 38.  This is a perfect way to complete your holiday shopping and support one of our local elementary schools

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Please visit BN.COM/bookfairs online from 12/14/14 to 12/19/14 

When you enter Bookfair ID 11472107 at checkout you will support PS 38.

Don’t forget to reserve your cheesecake! This makes a great addition to any holiday gathering!

In-store events will include our PS 38 Chorus, a live band and holiday story times!

 

 

 

 

Rotary Club of Verrazano and Brooklyn Bridge Rotary Club offer turkeys to soldiers at Ft. Hamilton

Eagle photos by Rob Abruzzese

Eagle photos by Rob Abruzzese

Members of the Rotary Club of Verrazano, along with the Brooklyn Bridge Rotary Club, donated fifty 20-pound turkeys to soldiers at Fort Hamilton.

 

 

 

CELEBRATE at the BBRC Holiday Party and Installation of New Members

Come join the BBRC for our Annual Holiday Party and Installation of new members at St. Francis College, 180 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, New York on December 16, 2014, starting at 6:15 PM.  Cost is $30 per person for non-BBRC members.

There will be food, drinks and fellowship.  Bring a friend and share what it means to be a Rotarian.  There will be guests from local Rotary clubs that will share why they joined Rotary and what projects their clubs supports.

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VP, Clover Donates Turkeys for Families in Need on 11/23/14

The BBRC is happy to share that we successfully donated over 50 turkeys to families residing in Brooklyn.  We wish all a Very Happy Holiday!

 

VP CLover

VP CLover

“If the only prayer you ever said was ‘Thank you,’ that would be enough.” – Meister Ekhart

“Unless people like you care a whole lot, things aren’t going to get better, they’re not!” – Dr. Seuss, The Lorax