The small library has created what is known as one of best weekend faires around, so even if you don’t want to be part of the Magic, you will not want to miss it this September 17th and 18th on the donated Middletown Grange Fairgrounds in Wrightstown.
The Morrisville-Yardley Area Rotary Club was instituted in 1928 and is part of the network of 1.2 million Rotarians in more than 34,000 clubs all over the world. These Rotarians, with differing occupations and cultures, have a unifying passion for service, from helping individuals and families in need to working toward a polio-free world.
The weekly meetings of the clubs foster fellowship and networking among business and professional people, with an emphasis on ethical conduct in personal, professional and business relationships.
It’s about helping a child create goals for his future, and offering guidance on how to reach them. It’s about being a role model; learning new things about yourself; being a true friend.
Who is Potential
Potential was founded in 2006 to provide the highest quality interventions for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities (ages 1 to 64), so they can reach their educational, social and emotional potential by focusing on applying and conducting scientific research.
Their woods, creek, children’s garden, greenhouse, farm museum and playground are a wonderland for children to explore and enjoy. For nine years, Snipes Farm Day Camp has enabled hundreds of campers to “unplug” and have valuable outdoor adventures while making wonderful camp friends.
Established in 1897, and located in the heart of Newtown Borough, is Friends Home. At this FHV campus the center of activities is Paxson Hall, named for its founder, Judge Edward M. Paxson. This dignified, century-old stone building is home to FHV’s Personal Care residents.
The Pennsbury Scholarship Foundation (PSF) is turning 60 this year! To celebrate this milestone, the community is invited to attend a special celebration banquet, on Saturday, November 12th, at the Sheraton Bucks County Hotel.
Sixty years ago, Superintendent Medill Bair brought together a group of local businessmen and community leaders to plan for this foundation that would perpetuate yearly scholarships. The PSF was incorporated in 1956, making it, they believe, the oldest privately funded scholarship foundation serving a public school district in the nation. Since that time, the PSF has been helping Pennsbury graduates pay for higher education.
According to new federal data, alcohol is killing Americans at a rate not seen in the last 35 years. The substance abuse treatment field is moving toward a long-term integrative approach, very much like the care for diabetes or hypertension.