Rotary Club of Doylestown announces new Paul Harris Fellows

The Rotary Club of Doylestown announced 14 Rotary members as Paul Harris Fellows at its Club Assembly last month. The Rotarians were recognized for their significant contributions to the Rotary Foundation and its initiatives.

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The Hispanic Society of Doylestown announces scholarship awards program

The Board of Directors of Sociedad Hispana Doylestown has announced awards totaling $8,000 for the current school year. Nine high school seniors will receive scholarships for Spanish language achievement. Participating high schools are Central Bucks West, East, South; Council Rock North and South; New Hope Solebury High School; and Palisades High School. In addition, the Society has added two scholarships available to any high school senior that meets the qualifications outlined in the scholarship application, available on the website, http://www.sociedadhispanadoylestown.org/becas.html.

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Vendor alert!

The Buckingham Flea Market is registering vendors for the Sunday, May 17th event from 8:00am-2:00pm. Cost is $25 for a 25’x25’ space. Location is Holicong Park, Route 202, Buckingham. Rain date is May 24th.

For info call Leah at 215-345-5355 or visit www.buckinghampacivic.org. Event benefits the Buckingham Community Garden, supporting students growing fresh vegetables for local food banks.

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Doylestown Rotary seeks scholarship applications from CB High School students

The Rotary Club of Doylestown is seeking scholarship applications from graduating seniors from Central Bucks High School East, South, and West. One graduating senior from each Central Bucks High School will receive a grant of $1,000 to apply toward their continued education.

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Hepatitis B Foundation to honor Drs. Bruce and Cyndie Maryanoff

The Hepatitis B Foundation, the only national nonprofit organization solely dedicated to finding a cure for hepatitis B and improving the quality of life for those affected worldwide, will host its annual Crystal Ball on Friday, April 17th, at Warrington Country Club in Warrington.

The Foundation will honor Dr. Eugene Schiff with the 2015 Baruch S. Blumberg Prize for advancing the care and treatment of chronic hepatitis B. Dr. Schiff is Director of the Schiff Center for Liver Diseases at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, and was unanimously selected for the Blumberg Prize in honor of his pioneering work in hepatitis B and its medical management.

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Wesley Enhanced Living senior communities to transform dining experience with farm-to-table philosophy

As one of the newest members of Community Supported Agriculture alliance Philly Foodworks, Wesley Enhanced Living (WEL), a senior living provider with communities throughout the Philadelphia region, is taking an important step to incorporate local, seasonal food into its menu selections, as well as support the continued vitality of small area farmers and other producers.

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Leaps-N-Bounders celebrates 10-year anniversary with 2005 summer camp prices

In celebration of their 10-year anniversary, Leaps-N-Bounders is turning back the clocks, and the prices. Those who sign up for a week or more of summer camp by Friday, May 15th will receive significantly discounted prices.

This year’s camp will run from June 22nd until August 28th, with opportunities for preschoolers through age 12. There is a Preschool Camp, Gymnastics Camp and a Tumbling and Conditioning Camp. All skill levels are welcome.

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MBIT student honored for volunteer service with national awards

Ashley Therien, a student in the Public Safety program at Middle Bucks Institute of Technology (MBIT), has been honored for her exemplary volunteer service, with a Certificate of Excellence, from The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, and with a President’s Volunteer Service Award granted by the program on behalf of President Barack Obama.

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Pine Run crafters make cases for kids

Whether it be through cooking, stitching, or expressing a kind word, Pine Run villagers are known for engagement in the local community. The most recent example of artful aid was a pillowcase project led by Dolly Resnick, a resident who volunteered. She coordinated a volunteer sewing circle to create more than 30 colorful cases to donate to children being treated at the Della Penna Pediatric Center of Doylestown Hospital.

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Bucks County Symphony Orchestra Annual Youth Concerto Competition

The Bucks County Symphony Orchestra announces its Annual Youth Concerto Competition on Saturday, April 25 at Lenape Middle School in Doylestown, PA. The auditions are open to all students up to 14 years of age who play an orchestral instrument other than piano.

Contestants may play a piece of their choice from the standard repertoire for instrument and orchestra. Preferably, contestants will play from memory. Contestants must provide their own accompanist for the audition.

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