Sunset Rotary Hosts U.S. Geological Survey Expert
By Mel Fabrikant Monday, October 28, 2013, 05:58 PM EDT
Mr. Carleton works in the Water Resources Division of the USGS ,which has responsibilities to effectively manage groundwater and surface-water resources for domestic, agricultural, commercial, industrial, recreational, and ecological uses; protect and enhance water resources for human health, aquatic health, and environmental quality; contribute to the wise physical and economic development of our Nation's resources for the benefit of present and future generations. The Water Services Div. has a workforce of 3,400 people located in all States and Territories at 181 offices, working with about 1,500 State and local agency cooperators. Members were extremely impressed with Mr. Carleton’s vast knowledge, his interesting talk and the passion he shows for the important work he does. Members peppered him with questions which he gladly answered.
Sunset Rotary Club meets every Wednesday at 6 pm at the BoneFish Grill, Paramus Park. The Club is one of the most active in the region, organizing fund raisers and food collections, helping individuals in need; especially servicemen who have been injured in the recent wars. All of the members give of their time and resources selflessly in the true tradition of Rotary which is the oldest philanthropic organization in the world with 1.25 million members in 34,000 clubs in 175 countries. Anyone interested in becoming a member can learn more by contacting President Tom Shea at 201-447-4215 (firstname.lastname@example.org ) or Membership Chair Steve Wolferman at 201-483-7193 (Stephen_L_wolferman@ml.com ).