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Langhorne Rotary news

At their March 29th regular meeting, Langhorne Rotary presented a certificate to the Langhorne Branch of the Bucks County Free Library, commending the staff for their outstanding literacy programs and the programs and facilities for young children.

Branch Manager Jody Benfield and Youth Services Librarian Jessica Richmond reviewed the various programs and the changes that have taken place.

At the same meeting Rotary’s newest member, Bindu Agarwal, was inducted by Membership Chair Bill Kaufmann. Bindu is the owner and director of Homewatch Care Givers.

The Rotary will hold their Annual Langhorne Pet Fair and Family Fun Day on Saturday, May 12th, at the Mayor’s Playground, Routes 213 and 413, Langhorne, from 10:00am to 3:00pm.

The “Top Dog” sponsors, First National Bank of Newtown, the Neshaminy Kid’s Club, the “Cat’s Meow” sponsors Flower’s Mill Veterinary Hospital, and KE Seifert Inc., have made it possible to provide free pony rides and a free petting zoo, as well as a “Bounce House” for children.

There is no charge for anyone. There will be 60 vendors, crafts, as well as an exotic animal show and food vendors.

Check out “Like Langhorne Pet Fair” on Facebook.

The Woman’s Humane Society Animal Shelter & Hospital will be collecting donations of pet food, treats and toys.

There also will be a booth that provides pets for handicapped veterans. Graduating seniors in high schools in the Neshaminy School District area are encouraged to check with their guidance counselors about application forms for Langhorne Rotary Scholarships.

The Langhorne Rotary continues to meet each Thursday at 12:15pm at the Bella Tori Mansion in Langhorne.

Visitors are welcome. For more information about the club visit www.langhornerotary.com.

PHOTO CAPS: 1. Langhorne Library Branch Manager Jody Benfield (left) and Youth Services Librarian Jessica Richmond.

  1. New Langhorne Rotary member Bindu Agarwal (right) with Rotarian Bill Kaufmann.