Posted by Robert Zeglarski on Dec 21, 2018

Keyanna Jones-Lovett Honored by Rotary

Receives Paul Harris Fellow Recognition 


Keyanna Jones, Rotary Roselle-Roselle Park President,  was selected by the club’s immediate past president, Bob Zeglarski, for the club’s Paul Harris Fellow Recognition.  While  making the presentation, Zeglarski said, “Even though she is very busy with her family and full-time position with Roselle Borough, Keyanna makes time for her community and Rotary. And, during the first half of her year as President, she has been very effective.”  


Rotary Roselle-Park donates $1,000 a year to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International, so it qualifies for a Paul Harris Fellow Recognition. Traditionally, the outgoing President has the honor of making the selection of the Fellow.


Ms. Jones, mother of three, works for the Clerk’s Office of Roselle Borough, and is a member of other local community organizations aside from Rotary.  Aside from serving as Rotary club president, she also serves on Rotary District 7475 Public Image Committee.  District 7475 includes 89 clubs and 2,200 Rotarians throughout northern and central New Jersey.  


The Paul Harris Fellow recognition, acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International. 


The 3.2 billion dollar Rotary Foundation, mostly supported by donations by Rotarians, enables Rotarians, though Rotary’s 35,000 clubs, to carry out sustainable projects locally and throughout the world.  Rotary Roselle-Roselle Park is the perennial receipt of Rotary grants in amounts ranging from $900 to $1,250 for local purposes including its Student of the Month Program.  It also is supporting, in partnership with other clubs and Rotary International, a sanitation project in Nicaragua and clean water projects in Haiti.