12:15PM to 1:30PM, at the Cannstatter 9130 Academy Road,
Philadelphia, PA 19114 (tel.: 215 332-0121 For more
information, call Tom Finnegan, phone: 1-856-665-5386
Membership Chair Margaret Kelly at (W) 267-341-3651
or (C) 215-370-9524
Rotary Club President Dr. Mary Lee Brady, with Philadelphia
City Controller Alan Butkovitz, who was guest speaker June
3rd., 2014 at their meeting venue, The Cannstatter.
Philadelphia Rotary Club President Dr. Mary
Lee Brady welomes as guest speaker, Dr.
Kevin Zook, Dean of Teacher
Education at Holy Family University at the May 27th. meeting.
ANNOUNCEMENT: 20 Local Rotary Clubs Engage the Community
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with the old and in with the new: Hello Again Rotarians:
Let us begin with our first Rotary meeting of 2014
with a good New Year attendance. Special
attention will be given to public education, especially
with regard to Charter Schools. Refer to our
guest speaker on the club calendar
see the calendar click here
in the picture from left to right are Club President
Mary Brady; Interact
President Shania Smith;
Interact Treasurer Kevin Lewis;
Club Sponsor Mr. Jason Williams;
New Foundations Charter School CEO Mr. Paul
On the lighter side:
- The Wit of Phyllis Diller:
"You know you're old if they have discontinued
your blood type"
- "The reason the
golf pro tells you to keep your head down is so you
can't see him laughing."
- "You know you're
old if your walker has an airbag."
- "What I don't like
about office Christmas parties is looking for a job
the next day."
Purpose of our Rotary Club: a founding principle
of Rotary was to provide a forum for professional and business
leaders for Professional Networking (business owners, people
in management positions). We create ways to raise money
and use these financial resources to help humanity on a
local community level, national level, international level,
as well as helping our own Rotary Club thrive. About 1.2
million Rotarians belong to more than 31,500 Rotary Clubs
worldwide (Rotary International). Local clubs may combine
their humanitarian influence worldwide. As of June, 2004,
209 countries are polio-free as a result of the Rotary PolioPlus
program, to stamp out Polio in underprivileged countries
of the world. We also award scholarships to our local community’s
students who need help in furthering their educational goals.
We also help to provide disaster relief, and help in world
peace through funding Ambassadorial (educational) Scholarships,
whose recipients serve as unofficial “ambassadors
of goodwill” in foreign countries. We ‘give-back’
to the people of our local community because of them, our
businesses have become more successful. Rotary Clubs are
benevolent business networking organizations destined to
help in various humanitarian ways in the local community
as well as in the worldwide community.
time guest prospective Rotarians are welcome to enjoy
a complimentary lunch. Our club features a guest speaker
at most Tuesday meetings. Speakers are welcome to contact
our club to schedule a speaking engagement date. Speakers
are presented from 1:00PM thru 1:30PM, who also enjoy
a complimentary buffet. Luncheon served from 12:15PM through
Of Rotary Club Presidents
As Cancer Treatment Centers
of America nears its fifth anniversary in the Northeast,
two staff members outlined the hospital’s mission
at last week’s meeting of the Frankford-Northeast
Philadelphia Rotary Club.
Chuck Killian, Margaret
Kelly, Russ Urzi