Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Foundation Chair
Membership Chair
Past President
Vice President
Dale Rubinkam, Rotary Club of Blue Bell
Sep 20, 2017
Betsy Payn, Doylestown Hospital
Sep 27, 2017
Advance Directives
Doug Maloney
Oct 04, 2017
HH Holmes, Notorious 19th Century Serial Killer
Dr. Jay Rothkopf: Pres. Montco Medical Society
Oct 18, 2017
Politics of Health Care
John Capizzi
Oct 25, 2017
Internal Audit Services
Herb Klotz, Allentown West Rotary
Nov 01, 2017
Mark Carfagno
Nov 29, 2017
Phillies' Dick Allen, The Quest for the Baseball Hall of Fame

Club Information

Welcome to our Club!

Huntingdon Valley-Churchville

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 6:30 PM
Lamberti's Cucina
1045 Bustleton Pike
Feasterville Plaza Shopping Center
Feasterville, PA  19053
United States
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 As part of his whirlwind tour of District 7430, District Governor Rick Gromis addressed an enthusiastic and receptive gathering of the HV - Churchville Club on September 13.
Rick offers a powerful dual message, praising clubs for their good work and challenging them to increase their visibility in the communities they serve.
Way to go Rick, and much success with your term in office!
Saturday September 9, 2017- Warminster Park- Huntingdon Valley
Churchville Rotarians were  out in force to support the annual Wounded
Heroes 5 K Run. In addition to donating $500, Rotarians staffed the
50/50 and remembrance comments wall. The Run is a program of
Operation Ward 57 which assists wounded veterans and their families
with recovery services in the hospital and community.
                        Heather Sliwinski, 5k Run Chair, thanks The Rotary
Outgoing Huntingdon Valley - Churchville President Lee Adams (L)  passed the club's  leadership baton to incoming chief executive Drew Slousky. Under Adams'  outstanding leadership , combined with strong member support, it was certainly a remarkable year. Slousky pledged to continue the club's great traditions and to add a new twist or two of his own. The past year was captured in this MOVIEHOUSE PRODUCTIONS video:
Changeover Nite was the occasion to recognize two exemplary "honorary" club " Hall of Famers". Ed Waetjen (L) was a leader and pioneer in the club's national and international charitable efforts. Dick Freed (R)  was the supreme innovator. Among Dick's many credits was the club's "FishAlong." Event chair Ken Barber presented the two awards.
Congrats to our new officers and board. Onward and upward for 2018!
The 16th annual Huntingdon Valley - Churchville Rotary Golf Outing to benefit Rett Syndrome research
took place on Monday May 15, 2017 at sunny Five Ponds in Warminster, PA.
Eighty-eight golfers drove, chipped and putted to knock out this dreaded disease. Rett Syndrome is  a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects girls almost exclusively.
HV -Churchville leadership presented the 2016 outing  $14,860  proceeds check to the Rett Syndrome Foundation at this event. Pictured, L to R, Mark Kozub, Rotary, Leslie Greenfield, Rett Foundation Regional Representative, Marianne Kozub, Rotary, and Lee Adams,  Rotary Club President.
While most of us live without want, there are still hard times for many in the area. The Huntingdon Valley- Churchville Rotary is partnering with the Cowhey Family Warminster ShopRite to help fund our club's charitable projects through the "Save- A- Tape" Program. Simply label your  register tape with the club's name and drop it  in the collection box in front of the store. A percentage of sales will be donated to the club. The Warminster ShopRite is located at 942 W. Street Road.
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