Bala Cynwyd-Narberth #
5464 - Area 4 ~ updated
Wiener, Thomas E. (Tom)
281 Montgomery Ave.,
Bala Cynwyd (610) 667-1245
Club of Chestnut Hill, 
together with the Rotary Club
of Bala Cynwyd-Narberth, 
along with their friends, relatives and congregants helped
assemble 10,000 emergency meals for StopHungerNow.org at St.
Paul's Episcopal church in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, PA.
This is the second year that St. Paul's, Rotary and STOP HUNGER
NOW joined together to help celebrate Martin Luther King Service
Day on January 20, 2014.
More than 1 million free meals were delivered By STOP HUNGER
NOW to the Philippines shortly after the typhoon devastated
the islands late last year.
||The Rotary Club
of Bala Cynwyd-Narberth awarded a District Matching Grant
to Jazz Bridge on behalf of the Sunday night jazz session
at the La Rose Supper Club. Rob Henderson, founder and host
of the Sunday night jazz session accepted the award. The LaRose
Supper Club is located at 5531 Germantown Avenue in Germantown
(Germantown Avenue at Schoolhouse Lane).
The Rotary Club of Bala Cynwyd-Narberth was chartered in 1926.
The District Matching Grant for the Sunday night jazz session
at LaRose was comprised of $1000 from the District and a matching
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21, 2012 Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania. The Rotary
Club of Bala Cynwyd - Narberth
was honored to have Rotarian John Bannan,
Founder and Executive Director of the Philadelphia Children s!"
Foundation and member of The Rotary
Club of Northeast Sunrisers in Philadelphia,
as there guest speaker during their weekly meeting on Wednesday,
November 21st, 2012 at Aldar Bistro in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania.
Mr. Bannan delivered a compelling and educational talk regarding
the pressing needs of Philadelphia s youth and the
staggering statistics that plague the city s public
school system. Some of those stunning figures are as follows:
(L-R) Rotarians Sean Teaford,
Sargent-At-Arms, The Rotary Club of Bala Cynwyd-Narberth
and John Bannan III, guest Speaker from The Rotary Club
of Northeast Sunrisers Philadelphia, and Founder/Executive
Director of the Philadelphia Children's Foundation on 11-21-2012
Photo by Rotarian Rick Trivane
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Sam Katz Guest Speaker Rotary
Club of Bala Cynwyd-Narberth 2-8-2012 |
Sam Katz is widely known
in Philadelphia for campaigning. But he has had considerably
more success in business. More than a decade ago, he lost
the mayoralty to John Street in one of the closest and most
controversial big city elections in at least a generation,
enough to warrant a celebrated documentary. Running a competitive
Republican campaign in an overwhelmingly Democratic city
was enough to make him a recurrent candidate suggestion,
as recent as this mayoral race. No matter that a mayoral
primary loss in 1991, a governor primary loss in 1994 and
a failed rematch against Street in 2003 has tied losing
in politics to his legacy.
Where Katz, 62, has
maintained his air of success has been in business and government
In March of 2011, Katz was named the chairman of the Pennsylvania
Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority, the state-created
panel that oversees city finances and quickly became the
public face of an important body that has often operated
in relative public obscurity.
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