Rotary Club of Huntingdon Valley-Churchville

Pennsylvania

 

Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Treasurer
Secretary
Membership Chair
Past President
Director
Director
Interact Chair
Vice President
 
Speakers
Coli Sylla
Mar 01, 2017
Podcasting
 

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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Flapjacks and all the fixins' beckon at the Huntingdon Valley - Churchville Rotary breakfast on Saturday morning March 11,  8 - 10 am at  Applebee's Southampton, 1063 Street Rd. Rotary members, family, friends and the entire community are invited. 
 
Tickets are $7 for adults and $4 for children age 12 or younger. Proceeds benefit the club's children's charities.
 
For more information, contact chairperson Carol McGehean, at 215-394-8076 or emcgehean@comcast.net .
 
January 21, 2017- One hundred bingo faithful flocked to Warminster,  PA's "VE" Club for Huntingdon Valley-Churchville's first bingo nite. The players had a fine time. A skillful effort by Rotary volunteers boosted by support of local businesses produced a memorable evening. Fourteen left with grand prizes of designer Coach handbags or power tools. Many others won raffle prizes and restaurant gift cards. Proceeds will benefit the club's children's charities. The event was co-chaired by Rotarians Drew Slousky and Kathleen McKenney.  Said Drew, "Our club always bands together and gets it done in the end. Thanks to all who participated and assisted."
 
 
 
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W. Bruce Beaton Company... 215- 942-2800
Chew Bittle Contractors  Assoc....215-369-4369
Core Color Graphics...215-485-5209
Giroud Tree and Lawn...215-682-7704
Growth Opportunity Center...215-947-8654
Lakernick Health and Wellness...215-355-8336
Lamberti's Cucina....215-355-6226
Lug All...877-658-4255
McGhee Funeral Home...215-355-0902
Larry Mantz
Mel Montanye
Monastra  Financial Group...610-328-7900
Moviehouse Productions...215-364-3802
The Moran Insurance Agency...215-234-1852
Suburban Building Contractors, Inc....215-672-4555
Univest...215-898-0536
 
 
 
Huntingdon Valley - Churchville Rotary hosted kids of military families
at their festive Christmas Holiday Party on December 14. There was
abundant good cheer, live music with the singing of Nevis, pizza and toys.
 
Sshh...Club President Lee Adams sat in for the real Santa who was
busy preparing for his annual world- wide XMAS Eve deliveries.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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.
Huntingdon Valley - Churchville is one of 43 proud members of Rotary District "#7340" , serving Southeastern Pennsylvania.
To learn more about  District " 7430 " news and events, visit  http://www.rotarydistrict7430.org/
 
 
 
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