In the new normal, Langhorne Rotary has continued to correspond via Zoom.
In April, our speaker (and new member) Jeanette McVeigh, who also happens to be a Toastmaster, explained what a Toastmaster does and how their meetings are set up and run.
We had some club assemblies this past month working on a new website, stay tuned.
The club has increased by three Rotarians this year – Robert McGee, the Neshaminy Superintendent, Christina Foster and Jeanette McVeigh.
On April 15th, Langhorne Rotary did our Adopted-A-Highway clean up. We had a great turn out, with 11 members and one student showing up for the cleanup.
For more than 20 years the Rotary Club has cleaned the streets of Langhorne twice a year, fall and spring.
For two months members have been collecting old towels, blankets, for animal shelters along with dog and cat food.
We will be donating them soon to local shelters.
A major event for Langhorne Rotary is the Pet Fair & Family Fun Day. We were disappointed that it had to be cancelled last year due to COVID-19.
We are very excited to announce this year’s date is August 28th from 10:00am-3:00pm, at the Mayor’s Playground in Langhorne.
We encourage you to like us (Langhornerotary) on Facebook to get your reminders and see what will be coming this year.
Also, vendors/sponsors can register at https://langhornepetfair2021.evenbrite.com.
Space is limited!
PHOTO CAP: At the Langhorne Rotary Adopted-A-Highway clean up, back row from left, Chris Blaydon, Rich Mason, Dave Carson, Nick Vitale, and Ward McMasters; middle row, Cyndy Diegel, Tracey Crouse, Chris Foster, and Lee Rubin; front row, Kathy Horwatt and Larry Langhans.