The dinner will take place at the Akbar Restaurant, located at 21 Cortland Street in Edison, featuring a gourmet buffet of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. The event also includes a keynote address by Dr. Naveen Mehrotra, noted pediatrician with strong ties to India, as well as brief performances of Indian dancing by local children.
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The Rotary Center for Child Development, Neurology and Behavioral Sciences provides free treatment to underprivileged children from birth to age three, addressing issues ranging from prematurity through speech/hearing challenges, autism and others. Without the clinic’s help, these children would face a daunting future in a culture where the disabled and less than able are often ignored. Further information on the project can be found at http://newbrunswickrotary.org/DelhiProject.htm
The Rotary Club of New Brunswick was established in 1920 under the auspices of Rotary International. The local organization has long been active in community projects and activities, including annual scholarship awards to deserving high school seniors from Highland Park, New Brunswick & North Brunswick; presentation of dictionaries to all third graders in those community school districts; as well as other charitable projects.
New Brunswick Rotary meets every Thursday at 12:15 p.m. at Panico’s Restaurant in New Brunswick.