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We meet Wednesdays at 7:30 AM
Hatboro Dish
102 S. York Rd.
Hatboro, PA  19040
United States
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Congrats to Katrina for writing the perfect grant proposal. Pres Kathy received word that our grant for $4500 for the Kenyan Water Project was approved. That brings our total so far $7850+. Thank you to everyone that has donated to this project...donations are still being accepted!
Bob's Rotary Moment: What is Shelter Box? An organization that provides emergency shelter and vital supplies to support communities around the world overwhelmed by disaster and humanitarian crisis. ShelterBox aid is tailored to a disaster but typically includes a disaster relief tent for a family, thermal blankets and groundsheets, water storage and purification equipment, solar lamps, cooking utensils, a basic tool kit, mosquito nets and children’s activity pack.
Here is where our boxes have gone:

 

Want to learn more about Shelter Boxes? click on the following links:
 
Welcome to our newest club member Kimberly Chamberlain. Kimberly is a special Ed teacher at Pennsbury School District, married to Past President Gary Chamberlain. Kimberly is well known to our club as she has participated in many of our projects. Kimberly is sponsored by Barbara Schupeltz and received her Rotary Pin from her husband Gary. Welcome to the club!
 
Join us for our annual Lobster Pot!  Choose between  a 1 1/2 lb lobster  or a nice steak. Includes corn, salad, rolls, dessert, coffee, tea
cash bar with adult beverages!
Contact any Hatboro Rotarian for tickets. Cost is $35 per person don't know a Rotarian, email me baschupeltz@aol.com. Tickets will be available this Friday Aug 11 at the Farmers Market in Hatboro.
Free hotdogs for the kids!
 
SPEAKERS: Lynanne Schaeffer and Erin Pressel from Gaudenzia
Gaudenzia is a non profit organization that helps individuals and families affected by drug and alcohol dependency, mental illness and related conditions to achieve a better quality of life and become accountable individuals. Established in 1968, they have 160 programs, 90 facilitiies within the states of Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland. To learn more about the programs and the facilities please go to http://www.gaudenzia.org/
  • Come to the 33rd Annual Rotary Strike-Out Hunger Night on Friday, August 11th where the Phillies take on the New York Mets at 7:05 pm in Citizens Bank Park. Notify President Kathy if you want tickets. RI President Ian Riseley will be in attendance.                       
SPEAKERS: Dawn Marshall and Allison Schrader from The Village Players of Hatboro.
The Village Players is a non profit group that has been operating for 71 years. Their goal is to bring theater to the public. There are 4 performances a year..October, January, March, June..and special events. Don't miss out! Get your season tickets! To see what's coming, visit the website http://www.thevillageplayers.com/
Now is the time to get your tickets to Lobster Pot! No tickets are sold at the door. Rain or shine, takeouts available!
For tickets, contact any Hatboro Rotarian or email me at baschupeltz@aol.com
Tribal Challenge is over and was very well attended! We raised $25,000 which goes to both Hatboro Rotary and Hatboro YMCA to support this community.
For pictures and lists of the team results, please use this link https://www.facebook.com/TribalChallenge/ . As soon as this year's video is out, we will post it to this page. Thank you to ALL the many volunteers and especially to the participating teams which made the event successful!
From Inter Faith Housing Allowance:

Thank you for your support to help Inter-Faith Housing Allowance to be able to get a Van for the transportation of their Homeless Families.  Through you and your Clubs support we have minimized the heavy volunteer burden of transporting these families using multiple volunteers and their vehicles twice a day.  Marsha Eichelberger and the whole Inter-Faith team is extremely grateful for your support (to include: Springfield Rotary, Ambler Rotary, Hatboro Rotary, Conshi/Plymoutn Whitemarsh Rotary and Blue Bell Rotary). Rotarians working together for the benefit of their communities!!

 

July 1 2017 was the beginning of the new Rotary Year.
Our new  17/18 District Governor is Rick Gromis who will lead us as "MAD" Rotarians which is this year's theme of Rotary--- Rotarians:"Making a Difference". Ian Riseley is Rotary International President for 2017-18. Let's make it a great year!
 
We had a great cruise night! 6 shopping Carts full of food were collected along with $385 in donations.
The food was divided and given to Lehman Methodist Church and St John's Lutheran. Cash donations will be divided and given to 4 food banks.
 
Congratulations and Welcome to New Member Jarred Barnes.
Jarred is transferring from the Upper Darby Lansdowne Rotary Club.
 
 
 
 
Today we welcomed Jessica Guan, our Academic Scholarship Winner. Jessica will be attending Gordon College in MA (outside of Boston). Jessica plans to study education.
The picture at the left shows Jessica's Mom ,Jean Feng (on left) and Jessica. Congratulations and best of luck at school!
 
 
 
Congratulations to Rotarian Linda Clauser. Linda was inducted into the club this morning!
Welcome to the Hatboro Rotary Club!
 
 
 
 
 
 
Samuel Riches was one of four students we sent to Camp Neidig Leadership Camp.
Samuel gave us a report on the camp where he learned leadership skills and problem solving.
While there, he realized that we all need to learn leadership skills regardless of your position.
For more on Camp Neidig visit www.campneidig.com
 
 
 
 
 
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