October 24, 2018, Axe Throwing with fellow Rotarians. Amazing night! The Throw House in Wyndmoor.
On October 20, 2018, members of the Springfield Township Rotary club joined with the Blue Bell and Ambler Rotary Clubs to build meals for the less fortunate. In an assembly line fashion, we packed 45,000 meals! #ENDHUNGER
October 17, 2018 was a beautiful morning to rededicate the Springfield Township Community Board! Thanks to Assistant Manager Mike Taylor and Commissioner Jeff Harbison for attending on behalf of Springfield Township.
The Rotary Club thanked Karen Phelps owner of Scarlet Begonias for her $800 contribution towards the $3,000 project. Scarlet Begonias is celebrating 8 years in our wonderful community and wanted to say thank you.
Thanks to Mike Thornton Carpentry for an amazing renovation!
Springfield Township Rotary has contributed the Walking Trail, Gazebo, Bridge and Board for the Community. If interested in posting your community event on the Community Board, please contact Springfield Township Parks & Recreation for access to post your information.
Springfield Township Rotary Club has decided to not hold its Carnival and subsequent fireworks display in 2018.
Instead, the club will be concentrating its efforts on its Inaugural Wine and Beer Tasting event Thursday, June 21, 2018 starting at 5:30PM at the Flourtown Country Club – More Information
Also on tap:
A War Memorial Cleanup in May at the Flourtown/Erdenheim War Memorial in May
And other upcoming fundraiser events – stay tuned.
DJ Dave Cipriano with Rotarians Maureen McGettigan and Sharon Vecchione, at St. Patrick’s Day dance sponsored by Springfield Rotary Club for Special Olympics athletes.
Springfield Township Rotary Club hosted 80 Special Olympics athletes from Montgomery County track and field, plus members of their families.
It is their annual St. Patrick’s Day dance, held on March 16th in the Springfield Township High School cafeteria. The Springfield Township School District has been very generous in providing the Rotary Club with this venue each year.
DJ Dave played music for 2-1/2 hours, leading fun dances and handing out St. Patrick Day themed party favors including necklaces, hats, bracelets, scarves and boas.
Organizing for the party takes a lot of Rotarians and friends. This year 12 Rotarians helped out with the shopping, party decorations, and food service. The athletes enjoyed sodas, hoagies, tomato pie and of course, St. Patrick’s Day themed desserts.
A great time was had by all, and we’re all looking forward to inviting the athletes back next year!