GSE Team with Rotary at Brothers' Pizza.
One of the day’s highlights was a multi-course lunch provided Brother’s Pizza, a three-hour lunch full of every Italian delight you can imagine. One of the GSE team members described it as a 3½-hour Italian wedding dinner.

The Hammonton Rotary Club played host to a delegation from Milan, Italy, Friday, April 12, who are visiting southern New Jersey with Rotary Foundation’s Group Study Exchange (GSE) program.

GSE is a cultural and vocational exchange for businesspeople and professionals between the ages of 25 and 40, providing travel grants for visits to different countries.  The group’s stay locally is being hosted by the Vineland Rotary Club.

The whirlwind tour of Hammonton included stops at Stockton College, Hammonton Campus; Variety Farms; Plagido’s Winery; Downtown Hammonton including the Hammonton Art Center and Noyes Museum; Tomasello Winery; Casciano’s Coffee, and dinner at Rocco’s Townhouse before the team’s return to Vineland.

One of the day’s highlights was a multi-course lunch provided Brother’s Pizza, a three-hour lunch full of every Italian delight you can imagine. One of the GSE team members described it as a 3½-hour Italian wedding dinner.

This is the table before the food started arriving.

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