Springfield Township Rotary was proud to have fellow Rotarian and President of the Harleysville Rotary, Glen Miller visit the Club. Mr. Miller is an adjunct professor at Temple University in the Fox School of Business and a Vietnam combat veteran. He is in the process of applying for non profit status for the Veterans Community Network. A vision he had for a non profit, non partisan organization dedicated to promoting collaboration, communication and innovation among families groups and organizations providing resources for military veterans in the Delaware Valley area. The Springfield Rotary Club provided some seed money for his project and invited Mr. Miller back for an update on his progress. Pictured Left to Right President George Schaefer and Guest Speaker and Rotarian Glen Miller. For more information about Rotary, Check out www.SpringfieldRotary.org
The Springfield Township Rotary Club completed their $20,000 + renovation and addition to the Flourtown Erdenheim War Memorial last fall. Continuing to maintain the site, Philip Dominic and others from Laurel Hill Gardens of Chestnut Hill, volunteered their time to weed, mulch and plant annuals at the memorial to spruce it up for the Labor Day weekend. A local resident and war veteran from Springfield Township stopped by during the clean up to express his thanks to the Rotary Club and to Laurel Hill Gardens for remembering all Veterans Service.