Supporting the many causes and initiatives undertaking by our Rotary Club is not just limited to our members. Instead, these efforts have become family affairs with family members frequently participate in such events and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society ("LLS") "Light the NIght " walk, serving dinners at Hope Lodge, volunteering to help with our annual chairty golf outing and traveling to and assisting in classrooms at the WIlliam Dick School and even taking time out of the weekends at the Jersey Shore to raise money for our support of the Leukemia and Lymphomia Society efforts to cure and seek ways to eliminate blood cancers.
Irv Perlstein's grandchildren selling bracelets they have made at the Jersey SHhore
Today, Alan Agree and Dick Newbert manned a both at the Golden Nugget Flea Market.
Among the "hot" items which were donated by club members were golf clubs and balls, several Lionel Train cars, stamps, assorted DVD's and Sports Magazines … with 100% of all proceeds being dedicated to the Club's campaign to raise a mnimum of $5,000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Alan, who is coordianting the effort, plans on participaing in several other flea markets and, together with Irv Perlstein, placing a number of collection jars in area retail establishments through the rest of the year.
Club members will highlight their support of this annual initiative by partcipating in the LLS's annual "Light the Night"
walk in October.