Club Information
Welcome to the
Mullica Hill
We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 7:30 AM
Harrison House Diner
98 N Main St
P.O. Box 384
Mullica Hill, NJ 08062
United States of America
We are currently meeting via Zoom through March of this year, then will decide on going back to in-person meetings. Please note that we meet in the evenings every 4th Wed. of the month at blueplate, located at 47 South Main Street at 6:30pm.
More News
Friday, March 11, 2022
Mark Gravinese, Michelle Powell and Judy Baillere joined members from our legislative branch and County Commissioners help celebrate the successful accomplishment of our local Shoprite.  Shoprite was instrumental in finding creative ways to raise money to stamp out hunger in our community.  The Rotary are very familiar with working with Shoprite as they were instrumental in helping Rotary during the Ida Tornado recovery effort.  Ben Ammons, representing the owner of Mullica Hill Shoprite, was very thankful for Rotary participation earlier in the year to help promote their "Bagging for Hunger" program and again today.  It was an honor for all of us to help celebrating their efforts with Cheerios for being one of the stores that raised the highest amount of money for the program.  Shoprite is a key business partner in our community and active member helping those in need.  Thank you Shoprite Team! 
Mullica Hill Rotary Presents Comedy Night at the American Legion Post 452 on March 26th, 2022.  Doors open 6:30pm and showtime is 7:30pm.  Three top headliner comedians, Chris Coccia, Helene Angley and Norm Klar!
The local Mullica Hill Rotary has teamed up with other Rotarians from the area, government agencies and varies volunteer organizations to help in the recovery and clean-up efforts in the aftermath of the Mullica Hill tornado.  This effort has been challenging and overwhelming at times.  The Rotary is happy to report that all the generous monies collected, gift cards and other donated items have been all distributed to all the impacted families.  Mullica Hill Rotary would like to thank all those that donated their time, money and well wishes for all those that were impacted in our community and those communities around us.  It has been an amazing experience for all to see the communities come together to help each other.  It should also be mentioned that there were individual volunteers and other organizations that contributed to the effort as far as Maryland, Lancaster, Upstate New York and communities in between.  The town has coined the term "Harrison Strong".  It has been a remarkable experience.  As we start the new year, our prayers still go out to those families that are still recovering from this tornado.
If anyone who would like to hear more about the Mullica Hill Rotary or perhaps consider joining, please feel to reach out to either Daneez Baig (856) 982-2063 or (Mark Gravinese at (856) 207-4848. 
Thank you and wishing you a Happy New Year!
Mullica Hill Rotary teamed up with American Legion Post 451 and American Red Cross for a local blood drive that turned out to be very successful.  All donation slots were filled and helped to fulfill American Red Cross need to replenish the inventory of their blood supply.  The Mullica Hill Rotary would like to thank all the staff from the Red Cross that helped with the event.  A thank you to our dedicated Mullica Hill Rotary members that supported the event throughout the day.  A special shoutout to Dennis Clowney and all the members of the American Legion for allowing us to host this event in their facility.  
We have been facing challenging times that have impacted all walks of life.  Our Mullica Hill Rotary stands united to pray for our Rotary families, our residents and our businesses that are all being impacted by this COVID-19 Virus.  As we are once again challenged with the new "Delta" variant, we must all team up to prevent the spreading of this new strain. This pandemic has impacted over 148 countries thus far.  Ensuring our seniors are safe and assisting them as required, should be our priority.  Our youth are now being impact of late.  We are thankful that Township Leadership has been sending out updates regarding the virus and it can be viewed on the township web page ( and the township Facebook page (Township of Harrison). We will all get through this together...
Lets all help promote "Harrison Strong" together!
Deenaz Baig
President Mullica Hill Rotary
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