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WREATHS OF REMEMBRANCE 2024
DEC. 7, 202
Wreaths of Remembrance will take place on Dec 7, th 2024 and we are COMMITTED to laying a Wreath of Remembrance on each of the over 3900 graves at the Gloucester County Veterans Memorial Cemetery. WE WILL NEVER FORGET! the sacrifices made by our Veterans but we need your support!
Sponsor wreaths that will be laid on the graves by volunteers. Click the Sponsor Wreaths button to donate online or send a check to People for People (write wreaths on the memo line) PO Box 256 Mullica Hill, NJ 08062
Volunteer: We are looking for organizations, groups, clubs and businesses to volunteer to help us lay the wreaths. Please consider volunteering. Call Janis at 856-579-7561.
As we enter the 15th Annual Wreath of Remembrance, we find the herculean task of raising funds to cover the cost of 3900 wreaths to lay on the graves of the Veterans at the Gloucester County Veterans Memorial Cemetery. This is an honor, and we feel, our duty. We are looking for sponsorships to help us continue this tradition. We are offering 4 levels of sponsorship. For more information click the below button.
Paul Blackstock Memorial Scholarship
The Rotary Club of Glassboro has been a long-term supporter of Glassboro High School Graduates through annual Scholarship Awards. During 2021, the Rotary Club of Glassboro established the Paul Blackstock Memorial Scholarship, our Founding President, in perpetual honor of his significant contributions to the community.
On May 30, 2023 members of the Rotary Club of Glassboro presented graduatin Glassboro High School seniors Michael Graves, Ciane Lopez, Shane Holshue, Jacob Salgado, Schalen Taylor, and Reice Griffin with the Paul Blackstock Memorial Scholarship. Each sutudent received a Certificate and was awarded a $1000. The scholarships were presented by Mrs. Bernadette Blackstock. Mr. Pete Calvo and Mr. Jim Hartmann.
Candidates for the Paul Blackstock Memorial Scholarship are required to complete an application form and include a 150-word essay about the Rotary motto “Service Above Self,” which conveys the humanitarian spirit of our Club’s mission and the examples demonstrated by Paul Blackstock.
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