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On November 13th and 20th, members of the Langhorne Rotary distributed dictionaries to third grade student in elementary schools in the Neshaminy School District.

The Rotary has conducted this program for many years and the students seem to appreciate getting the dictionaries.

This is part of the Rotary’s literary focus program, along with their Student of the Month and scholarship programs.

The Feasterville Rotary distributed dictionaries to Neshaminy third grade students in Tawanka and Ferderbar elementary schools on November 17th.

During the past 100 years the Rotary Foundation (International) has spent $3 billion on life-changing, sustainable projects.

Donations from Rotarians and sources such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have wiped out 99.9% percent of polio cases in the world.

Donations also train future peacemakers, support clean water, and strengthen local economies. The Rotary Foundation is ranked by Charity Navigators as one of the world’s outstanding foundations.

Further information and information about how to support the Foundation is available at www.Rotary.org or contact the Rotary Club of Langhorne.

The annual Langhorne Rotary Pasta & Meatballs Buffet will be held on Monday, January 15th, 2018, Martin Luther King Day, 4:30 to 7:30 pm, at the St. James Episcopal Church Hall, 330 Bellevue Avenue, Langhorne.

The dinner is catered by the Bella Tori at the Mansion. Proceeds will support the Rotary Foundation program to eradicate polio from the world.

The cost of dinner $10 per ticket, age 12 and under $5, three and under free. Take out is available. For information contact wwmcm@Comcast.net or any Langhorne Rotary member.

The Langhorne Rotary continues to meet each Thursday, 12:15pm, in Langhorne. Visitors are welcome. Contact www.langhornerotary.org.

PHOTO CAP: Rotarians at Pearl Buck Elementary School, delivering dictionaries, from left, Ward McMasters, Cyndy Diegel,  Michelle Gromilovitz, Patricia Randall, and Walt Bien.