The new Brooklyn Bridge Rotary Club meets for lunch every Thursday, 12:15 pm, in the Archives Restaurant of the NY Marriott Brooklyn Bridge Hotel (click for map). Our location is central to everything in Downtown Brooklyn, and just steps from the Brooklyn Bridge (we’re one block from both MetroTech, Fulton Mall and Boro Hall, and directly across Adams Street from the State Supreme Court).
Please join us! To learn more about Rotary and the mission of our club, and for any additional information, stop by one of our Thursday meetings, or call our president, Vivian Hardison, at 917-804-0797
Our club’s Charter Night celebration — on Saturday, Oct 29 — has moved to Brooklyn Borough Hall.
This elegant and historic venue is at 209 Joralemon Street (between Court Street and Adams Street/Brooklyn Bridge Blvd). For Saturday night, there’s on-street parking nearby (and in several garages); the 2,3,4,5 trains are across the street; the A,C, F and R trains stop within two blocks.
Please mark your calendar and
RSVP to Clover March, 917-533-6114.
Tickets are $85, by check payable to Brooklyn Bridge Rotary Club. Mail to the club at 124 Atlantic Ave, Suite P3D, Brooklyn, NY 11201.
We’ll be honoring Helen Reisler, who in July 2001 became first woman president of the Rotary Club of New York and then worked her position to great communal benefit following 9/11, will be the night’s honoree. Click here to read Helen Reisler’s story, which appears in the current issue of The Rotarian.
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