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On Wednesday, November 14th, Langhorne Rotary President, Bill Kaufmann, presented the Person of Inspiration Award to Joe Taylor at the Langhorne Borough monthly meeting.

Mr. Taylor has not only served for 46 years as a member of the Langhorne-Middletown Fire Department, but has also served as Mayor of Langhorne for six years.

This award is given by the Langhorne Rotary to recognize individuals who have demonstrated Service above Self in our community.

The Langhorne Rotary Student of the Month for November was Kaila Ferguson, a senior at the Bucks County Technical High School majoring in the Allied Health Program.

She has taken honors classes and AP classes throughout her high school career and is planning to become a registered nurse, specializing in oncology.

Kaila has been very involved in a number of organizations including the National Honor Society, and helped with the Mini-Thon to raise funds for assisting families of children with cancer.

She has found time to serve as a volunteer at St. Mary’s Hospital in various departments and works part-time at a nursing home as a dietary assistant.

Kaila was introduced at the Rotary Meeting on November 15th by her school counselor, David Sine.

At the same meeting new member Ray Chapman was inducted into the Langhorne Rotary. Ray is well-known in the Neshaminy community and will be a great asset to the club.

The Rotary was involved in the Winter Wonderland Holiday Market November 30th and December 1stat the campus of Woods School. Members of the club as well as students of the Interact club from the Neshaminy High School served in the Santa‘s Workshop assisting children.  

The next major event will be the Martin Luther King Pasta Buffet, at St. James Church Hall on January 21st, 2019 to raise funds for polio eradication.

PHOTO CAP: Langhorne Rotary Student of the Month, Kaila Ferguson