On Friday, November 3, the Rotary Club of Woodbridge-Perth Amboy celebrated 100 years of service. Keynote speaker and Acting District Governor Dr. Julie Phelps gave a keynote address with an entertaining historical perspective, and Mayor John McCormac presented Club President Amy Krysienski with Proclamations from Woodbridge Township and the New Jersey State Assembly and Senate. Two Paul Harris Awards were presented, one to Elroy Darden, Past President and Area District Governor, and a posthumous Paul Harris Fellow was accepted by Foy Cooley, CEO of Access Storage and the spouse of  award recipient Kenneth Wayne Cooley. Also recognized for longstanding Rotary service in Woodbridge and Perth Amboy were Ray Zirpolo, Ralph Winter, and John DeNoia with special mention of his role in the establishment and support of the Woodbridge Rotary Club Foundation scholarship fund.
The dinner was held at the Colonia Country Club.  Eighty guests included active, honorary and former Rotarians, dignitaries, families and friends.  A great time was had by all.
Special thanks to all of our sponsors:
Access Storage
Amboy Bank
Barron Arts Center & Woodbridge Historical Association
Columbia Bank (Centerpieces)
Middlesex Water
New Image Dental
Northfield Bank
Woodbridge Area Chamber of Commerce
Woodbridge Township Council
The evening ended with a toast from Cynthia Knight, Director of the Barron Arts Center, on behalf of Dolores Gioffre, Woodbridge Township Historian and former Rotarian, "To the next 100 Years!"