Recent speakers have included Mary Bach, who chairs the AARP Pennsylvania Consumer Issues Task Force.
As a Consumer Advocate, she helps all of us recognize scams of all kinds.
The following week another speaker we have met before, and keeps us aware of climate issues, is Robin Hoy, with Citizen’s Climate Lobby & Citizen’s Climate Education.
Also speaking to the Rotary was Jimmy McGonigle, who spoke about working with an organization called Operation Key West, a Florida-based group which assists military families with sick children.
Langhorne Rotary delivered to Statesman Health and Rehabilitation Center a number of robes, blankets, books and word puzzles for the residents in the beginning of March.
The Rotary is now beginning to plan for a Pet Fair & Community Day on August 28th. They also are collecting old towels and blankets and dog and cat food to be given to animal shelters in the area.
Contact www.langhornerotary.com if you can help.
The Langhorne Rotary and Doylestown Rotary in partnership with the Bucks County District Attorney and The Peace Center are sponsoring an online screening and discussion for all Bucks County Rotary clubs of a film by A. J. Ali, “Walking While Black: LO.V.E. Is the Answer.”
This program is about bridging the gap between Peace Officers and the rest of the community.
As communities face the injustice of racial profiling and police officers face relentless scrutiny by an anxious public, tensions mount to critical levels.
This conflict can only be resolved by finding common ground with each other.
Featuring interviews with peace officers, faith leaders, educators, activists and others, the film offers an inspiring blueprint to end racial profiling and heal our communities.
To learn how to bring L.O.V.E. to your community, visit https://www.thepeacecenter.org/2019/12/l-o-v-e-is-the-answer/.
PHOTO CAP: Tracey Crouse and Michelle Gromilovitz deliver supplies to the Statesman Health and Rehabilitation Center.