Other Important Links
- Trivia night brought in $5225
- Band Shell update: Bobby Johns reported that a feasibility study is being done and a grant has been obtained
- April 23 2016 is Hatboro Cleanup day. Meet in the Federal Savings Bank parking lot near Chamber Office between 8:30 and 9:00 am.
- April 30 2016 Recycle and Shred event in Federal Savings Bank parking lot. No computers, dried paint or Televisions. Will accept other metals, sneakers, flags, eyeglasses etc.
- Jesse needs suggestions for programs. Sometime in May there will be a Happy Hour at 58 York in support of Shelter Box program.
- Wed June 15 is the date for Village Players....more information to come.
- Charter Night May 21 Spring Mill Country Club. There will be a DJ and a photographer.
- Hatboro Horsham Educational Foundation is having Trivia Night May 13.
The RI Board reviews and acts on resolutions adopted by the Council and items referred to the Board.
- Click on the link to the right .
- Don't forget to sign up for Trivia Night! Email Tom if you are planning on attending and if you want a full table or want to be added to a table. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Warrington Rotary Pancake Breakfast Mar 20 8-12 at Giusseppe's
TRIBAL CHALLENGE 2016
July 13 2016
On-site registration opens at 5:00pm.
Race starts at 6:00pm.
Power Line Trail Horsham , Pennsylvania 19040
A 3 mile Team Obstacle Course Race on the Horsham Power Line Trail packed with physical and fun challenges. Course starts and finishes at the Babylon Road end of the Horsham Power Line Trail at the Hatboro-Horsham High School Stadium. Prepare to get wet and dirty!
Four team members.NEW for 2016 - no gender requirements! Teams may be co-ed, all female, or all male, ages 15 years and older. All team members must complete the course and finish together; last team member across the finish line is the team's finishing position. Team name, theme, costume encouraged (sports team, TV show, corporate, etc.). The Race Director has final approval on all team names. Prizes awarded to 3 teams judged to have the best combination of name, theme and costume
Is a point system based on finishing position from your starting time and points awarded for completion of challenges. For extremely competitive teams the first start time of 6PM is recommended. Prizes awarded for overall 1st, 2nd, 3rd place teams.
FEES: Before March 31st, 2016 - $55/team member, $220/team
Waves of up to 30 teams will start every 10 minutes between 6PM and 7PM, select your start time when registering. Course map and challenge details will be emailed to you a few days prior to the event.visit event website ww.facebook.com/tribalchallenge to see 2015 challenges.
Details to be announced.A change of clothes is suggested, but not required. An outdoor shower system and male and female changing tents will be provided.
This event is sponsored by the Hatboro Rotary and Hatboro YMCA and benefits local charities including the YMCA's Financial Assistance Program.
For more information email Gary Chamberlain or call 215 674 4545 Ext. 1104 .
- String Quartet Cavani from the renown Cleveland Institute of Music will perform in concert at at Hatboro Horsham High School March 3 7 PM admission $10 www.hhef.org/cavani
- "Robotics are taking over Hatboro Horsham" Saturday March 5 11 am to 1pm at the Hatboro Horsham High School Gymnasium 899 Horsham Rd
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What We Do
History and Pledge
The Rotary Club of Hatboro, has been serving the greater Hatboro community since 1942. The club meets weekly to promote fellowship, continue the learning process through weekly speakers and programs, and to plan activities to benefit the community.
Numbering close to 50, its members have strong ties to the community and include business owners and professionals who are committed to making Hatboro a great place to live and work. Over the years, its members have included two and three generations of the same families who have devoted themselves to fulfilling Rotary's motto, "Service Above Self."
The Rotary Club of Hatboro was responsible for the formation of three other area clubs - Willow Grove, Horsham and Warminster. We believe that "Service Above Self" is more than a motto, it is a way of life.