Jan 7 – Michael Mulhaul

Jan 19 – Joe O’Neill


Jan 11 – Morning meeting 7:15 am IHOP – Member Profile by Sue Slaughter     There will be a short board meeting following this meeting.

Jan 18 – Morning Meeting 7:15 am  IHOP – Lori from Mt Pleasant Animal Shelter

Jan 25 – Morning meeting 7:am IHOP

Jan 26 – K Family Prom, 6-10 pm   Jan 26   The College of NJ, Ewing Twsp. – see Bonnie Sturm for details

Feb 1 – Evening Meeting  IHOP – 6:30 pm – Neil Sturm, talking about being a pilot

Feb 8 – Morning meeting 7:15 am IHOP    followed by short Board meeting

Feb 15 – Morning meeting 7:15 am IHOP

Feb 25 – Morning Meeting 7:15 am IHOP

March 1 – 100th Anniversary  Caldwell-West Essex,  6:30 pm  The Highlawn;   rsvp by 2/23    See Connie Keller

March 2  – Bonfire Food Fest   2 pm -7 pm    Liquid Church – see Nick Limanov for details

March 7 – Evening Meeting, 6:30 pm – IHOP

March 14 – Morning meeting 7:15 am IHOP – followed by a short Board meeting

March 21 – Morning meeting 7:15 am IHOP

March 23 – Key Club DCON – Hyatt Regency, Princeton – must register by March 1

*****INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY – If the Parsippany School District has a closing or a delayed opening because of inclement weather on a Thursday morning, we do not have a meeting.     These notices can be found on the school district site       Please check the site to make sure on days that you may be concerned about weather conditions.


DO YOU WANT TO HELP LEAD OUR CLUB INTO THE 2024-2025 YEAR??  – We are looking for volunteers who are interested in helping our club grow and explore more service projects.   If you think you may be one of those people,  please reach out to

Connie Keller or Carol Tiesi.   We are looking for the positions of President, President-elect and Vice President.


VISIONS AND PATHWAYS – For the month of January we will be collecting  Twin Sheet Sets, Comforters, Pillows, Plastic Laundry Baskets, Laundry Detergent.

Thank you for helping with this worthy cause for homeless teens through Visions and Pathways.   You can bring the items to any meeting for let Karen Gajewski know and she will pick them up from you.     For the month of December, if you feel like you can donate small denomination gift cards to places like Starbucks, IHOP, Outback, etc.  that you can get at the Dollar Store.    You can give any items purchased to Karen Gajewski at any meeting or call her and she will pick up from you.

BONFIRE FOOD FEST  – Saturday, March 2, 2024    2 pm – 9 pm    Escape the confines of winter and immerse yourself in an evening of pure delight – there’ll be a roaring bonfire,  beats spun by DJ Mega Stee, food trucks, and an array of hot and cold beverages.   Only $5.00 for everyone aged 5 and above.  Cash and credit cards will be accepts at the gate.   Let’s kick off the festival season with a blaze that will warm your soul!   See Nick Limanov for information.

SPEAKERS FOR MEETINGS:   If you have any referrals for organizations or speakers that might be interesting to our Club, please get that information to Doreen Brennan, she is looking for summer programs for our meetings.

GUESTS TO MEETINGS  – If you have invited someone to come to one of our breakfast meetings, please let Karen Gajewski know.  She will make sure our guests feel welcome and are greeted and get breakfast.   Please be aware guests that are potential members will only receive one free breakfast.

NEWSLETTER  – Directors and members, please have any information you want included in the  to me by Tuesday noon of each week. Great things to share would be projects your committee has completed, news of other clubs, upcoming projects, new member information, community activities,  Any news about our sponsored youth clubs…..please share the information with everyone in our club.

 Please support the following businesses who are Mission Partners of our Club: (NEW INFO)  Cerbo Lumber & Hardware, Chick-fil-A, Flow State Massage and Bodywork, Garafalo, O’Neill & Ruggierio LLC, Gourmet Café, Happy Daze Boutique, IHOP-Parsippany, Joe Canals Discount Liquor Outlet, Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce,  Parsippany Focus (Frank Cahill), Par-Troy Funeral Home, Paul Miller, Restaurant Depot –Montville, S. J. Priola Funeral Home, The Provident Bank, Trophy King, Unity Bank and Western Pest Services.