Rotary’s 35,000+ clubs in over 200 countries and territories encourage high ethical standards and carry out humanitarian projects to address issues such as poverty, health, hunger, education, and the environment.
Rotarians strive to follow Rotary’s Four-Way Test of things we think, say, or do:
- Is it the truth?
- Is it fair to all concerned?
- Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
- Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
Our motto is “Service Above Self.”
Feasterville Rotary was established in 1973.
Our club provides/provided funds/volunteerism: A Women’s Place, Area of Aging, Clean Up Day, Ekenywa Water Project in Kenya, Friends of the Library, Howler Art and Literary Magazine, Travis Manion 9/11 Heroes Run, Neshaminy Senior Center, Playwicki Farm, PolioPlus, Sunshine Foundation, and HOPE (stop sex trafficking organization).
Feasterville Rotary projects: Coats for Kids, read to young children at Playwicki Farm and on the Feasterville Library Facebook page, honor a high school student of the month, provide scholarships to exceptional high school seniors.
Feasterville Rotary sponsors Rotary youth EarlyAct and Interact at our local schools.
Thanks to the generosity of residents, businesses, and organizations, we are able to fund programs through our fundraisers.
Currently, our meetings are held via Zoom on Tuesday mornings at 8:00am as well as our “Rotary After Dark” on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 6:00pm, which replaces that morning meeting.
Please e-mail us at FeastervilleRotary@gmail.com to attend. It will be our pleasure to meet you.
PHOTO CAPTION: Lisa Cerrone (left) COO of Payroll Solutions in Upper Southampton and John T. Coleman (right), President & CEO of Tioga Franklin Savings Bank in Fishtown, present checks for $1000 to Deborah Kaplan, (center) President of the Feasterville Rotary Club. The funds will be used for the annual Coats For Kids Drive providing winter coats to local children in need.