2017 Rotary Carnival Returns June 28 – July 1


Club Welcomes its Newest Member, Hon. Kate McGill

On September 16th, the Springfield Township Rotary Club welcomed its newest member, the Honorable Kate McGill. Welcome Kate!


Changeover 2015

Members of the Springfield Township Rotary Club came together for an evening of celebration marking their 58th Annual Changeover Dinner; a night to honor the outgoing Board Members and welcome the New Board Members. Also taking place during the evening, the awarding of $1,000 to Face to Face in Germantown, a shelter that the club has adopted. Mary Kay Meeks of Face to Face accepted the check, and was humbled by Rotary’s offer to serve a meals to 250 patrons this coming August. The meal will be served in honor of Beatrice Gardner, an Honorary Member of the club who recently passed away. The evening also celebrated the awarding of Paul Harris Fellows, Rotary’s highest honor, to a handful of Rotarians who exemplified “Service Above Self”. Recipients were Robert Scott III, Michael Creeden, Walt Long, Amanda Helwig, and Dan Helwig. The evening was topped off with the pinning of the incoming 2015-2016 President T. Scott Kreilick who currently is also serving as the President of the Springfield Township Historical Society.

Welcome to Our Newest Member and Our Interact Clubs

Our members had a chance to meet and greet with Interact Club members from Philmont Christian Academy and Springfield Township High School. One student from each school was awarded with the Interact award. This is presented to the student who shows leadership and a genuine desire to help others.

Interact clubs 2015


Interact Club members updated Rotary on upcoming fundraisers and the status of past events. Both schools came prepared with a presentation including songs and a clever rap by Philmont introducing each other.

Along with Interact, Rotary welcomed a new member Maggie, sponsored by Amanda Helwig.
Welcome Maggie

Congratulations to all students on their accomplishments who we hope to see back as Rotarians. Rotary will meet next Tuesday at Sandy Run to welcome local Valedictorians.

2015 Gisbourne Memorial Golf Awards Presented by Springfield Rotary

On Tuesday May 12 The Springfield Township Rotary Club honored LaSalle High School students Jack Quirk and Gary McCabe. Only Gary McCabe was able to attend the award ceremony, and was the recipient of the Gene Gisbourne Memorial Golf Award which is named for Gene Gisbourne a former Rotarian and avid golfer.

Pictured Left to Right: Rotary President Michael Creeden, Award Recipient Gary McCabe and Coach Chris Carabello.

Pictured Left to Right: Rotary President Michael Creeden, Father Gary McCabe, Recipient Gary McCabe and Mother Donna McCabe.

Rotary Teams with First Presbyterian Church to Help a Neighbor in Need

Rotary_1stPres_HomeRehab_2015Photo Caption: Wyndmoor homeowner Lisa Davner with her helping hands friends from The Springfield Township Rotary Club and First Presbyterian Church, Flourtown.

On Saturday, May 2, members of First Presbyterian Church, Flourtown and The Springfield Township Rotary Club came together to help a struggling family in the community. The two organizations share a core mission of serving others, as well as a desire to give back to the community in which they reside.   This natural synergy led them to seek out a local resident in need of some helping hands.  Through networking they were introduced to a Wyndmoor family who has been through, and is still facing, some challenging circumstances.  This deserving family has a home in need of a little love and care; a perfect project for this hands-on mission team. The goals of the project were to replace worn out windows so the home will be better prepared for next winter, clean up the yard and do spring planting, and provide general exterior maintenance. Volunteers worked to clear gutters and make minor repairs to the siding. While the contractor-savvy participants worked to replace the front door and windows, others dove right into weeding beds, raking leaves, and removing ivy and debris from the yard. Perennial plants were donated and the garden beds were mulched. A number of local businesses also assisted in the efforts by donating their services.  Militello Painting and Power Washing power washed the exterior of the home and the front roof.  Scott’s Tree Service took down a large fallen tree limb and will be removing the brush debris from the property. Wilson Landscaping mowed and edged the lawn, and Michael DeLaurentis Concrete will be doing some concrete repairs at the site.  The goals of this joint effort were all achieved, along with good fellowship between the two organizations and the homeowner, and the knowledge that a struggling family has felt the love and support of their community.

Top of the Mornin’ to Ya! Rotary Helps Special Olympics Athletes

Springfield Rotary Club sponsors its annual St. Patrick’s Day Dance for Special Olympics athletes. Photo features the decorating team of Rotarians Bonnie Ostrofsky, Armand Vozzo, and Dorothea Hatt, friend John Schmitt, and Rotarians Claudia Campbell, Linda Silva, Roseanne Domenic  (with daughter Maggie), Frank Duff, Herb Craft, and Bob Scott. Photo by Stacey Godshall.

St Patty's Day Rotarians 2015

DSC04773: Springfield Rotary Club is happy to report that the St. Patrick’s Day dance they sponsored for Special Olympics athletes was a complete success, enjoyed by over 135 athletes and family members. From left to right at the conclusion of the dance are Rotarians Frank Duff and Victoria Candido, SHS teacher Marlene Thornton, Rotarians Bonnie Ostrofsky, Sharon Vecchione, Mike Thornton, Bill Totten (in front), Steve Schagrin, Roseanne Domenic, friend Ed Mardt, and Rotarian Herb Craft. Photo by Stacey Godshall.

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Rotary Club Welcomes New Member and Interact Leaders

First Picture. Springfield Rotary is proud to present their newest inductee, Roseanne Domenic of Springfield Abstract in Flourtown. Pictured from left to right are Bonnie Ostrofsky (Sponsoring Rotarian), newest Rotarian, Roseanne Domenic, and Rotary President Michael Creeden.

Second Picture. Rotary also welcomed leadership of one of our two local Interact Clubs. Members of the Springfield High School Interact Club came to update Rotarians on their many local projects and fundraising endeavors. Pictured from left to right are Sharon Vecchione, Springfield Township High School Interact Director, Lisa Vecchione, President, and Maia Curry, V.P. and Rotary President Michael Creeden.

Rotary Club Collecting Toiletries to Help Face to Face


This holiday season thru Martin Luther King Day, Springfield Rotarians are collecting monetary donations and toiletry items for Face to Face in Germantown. Children at St. Genevieve’s in Flourtown have offered to help the homeless too by collecting sew socks for those less fortunate. Rotary invited Sister Theresa and some of the children to Rotary as a thank you. For more information please visit www.SpringfieldRotary.org. to see how you can help.

St. Gen's Christmas Helpers



GOAL (2) :  $$$ FOR MEALS

TIMELINE:  JAN 2, 2015

Q: What is a Washeteria?

A: Provides visitors with a place to shower and do laundry.

NEED: (small/travel size) toiletries: Toothbrushes, Toothpaste, Soap, Deodorant, Disposable Razors, Shaving Lotion, Shampoo, Conditioner and new Socks/Washcloths.

Q: What is Face to Face?

A: Face To Face is a human services organization located in Germantown that offers dignity, compassion, and a sense of community to hundreds of disenfranchised men, women and children.

NEED: Monetary donations to provide 200 meals on Martin Luther King Day (January 19th) at Face To Face.

Until January 2, 2015, all donations can be dropped off at


1415 Bethlehem Pike,

Flourtown, PA 19031

For more information, contact Claudia Campbell, Coordinator Springfield Township Rotary Club (215-233-8919).

With a unified dedication, Rotary and our community can make a difference helping our neighbors – Face To Face.

Thank You to Our 2014/2015 Fruit Sale Sponsors

Title Sponsor Murray Funeral Home

The Springfield Township Rotary Club thanks the following firms and organizations for their support of our 39th Annual Rotary Fruit Sale where we raise much needed funds to help in both local and international service projects.

You can help too by supporting our Fruit Sale and patronizing these local firms that have generously given to help the cause.




John F. Murray Funeral Home





BQ Basement Systems








Copernicus Society of America

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Commercial Construction Inc.