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North Penn

Service Above Self

Tuesdays (except 4th of the month) 5:30 pm
Wm. Penn Inn,
Rt. 202 & Sumneytown Pike
Gwynedd, PA  19436
United States
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Rotary Club of North Penn
PO Box 985
Lansdale, PA  19446
Ms. Lori Shanken, Fiaria Volunteer
Feb 20, 2018
The Fiaria Organization for Foster Families
Feb 27, 2018
Mr. Dante Santoni, Jr., Penn. Gaming Control Board
Mar 20, 2018
Increasing Gambling in PA

Welcome to the webpage of the

Rotary Club of North Penn 


Providing community outreach and support for over 90 years.


We are a diversified group of volunteers with a common passion for community and world-wide "Service Above Self." Locally we have supported numerous non-profit organizations in the North Penn/Lansdale Area such as Manna on Main Street, the North Penn YMCA and the Boys and Girls Club, to name just a few, as well as many international projects to help eradicate disease, feed the hungry & promote the education of children and adults. We invite you to read our Club President's Message for additional information. If you would like to know more about Rotary and, if in particular, are interested in becoming a member of our North Penn Club, please contact us.   One of our members will personally get in touch with you and invite you to be our guest and join us for dinner and fellowship at one of our meetings on a Tuesday night at 5.30pm at the William Penn Inn, Gwynedd, PA (just west of Lansdale)


What is Rotary?
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Stories & News
The Rotary Club of North Penn is pleased to announce
its Spring 2018 Fundraiser:
A Wine Tasting Tour of California Vinyards,
Jazz Music Entertainment and
Catered Affair 
Please click HERE for additional info
DATE:  MARCH 24, 2018
TIME:  7 - 9:00 pm
PLACE:  Schwenckfeld Manor Ballroom
1290 Allentown Road / Lansdale, PA
BENEFITS:  Laurel House and North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club
QUESTIONS TO:  Club President, Robert Kile

 We Cordially Invite the Great Citizens of  the North Penn and surrounding areas to Join in the Fun & Festivities,
Spend a Day Enjoying the ARTS, CRAFTS, ENTERTAINMENT & SHOWCASE OF LOCAL BUSINESSES AT LANSDALE DAY 2018!   Click HERE for additional information
CALLING ALL Fine Artists, Craft Dealers, Local Businesses & Potential Sponsorswe are booking booth spaces NOW for LANSDALE DAY 2018!    CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - - HURRY, SPACES GET BOOKED QUICKLY AND ARE ON A FIRST-COME-FIRST-SERVE BASIS!
TIME:  10AM - 4PM (open to the general public)
PLACE:  WEST MAIN STREET / LANSDALE, PA (between Broad Street & Cannon Avenues)
PARKING FREE in numerous public lots for all attendees
ADMISSION:  for general public is FREE;   Vendors, please see our Lansdale Day site page for booth space rentals  & additional information

Interact Speakers

For our weekly meeting Tuesday Dec. 12th 2017 we were privileged to have Tom Quintois and his three new members from the Lansdale Catholic Interact club describe their first projects.  Jack Crotty, Taylor Connelly, and Kira Sullivan’s projects were wonderfully described in last week’s newsletter by our own Super Doc. 
As a relatively new member to Rotary I was interested to know more about these clubs that provide young community leaders an introduction to Rotary and our ideals.  Interact is for people ages 12-18 to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self (511,796 members in 22,252 clubs). After Interact, Rotaract is for those ages 18-30 to exchange ideas with leaders in the community, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun through service (242,949 members in 10,563 clubs).   There is also the Rotary Community Corps (RCCS) that plan and carry out projects in their communities and support local Rotary club projects but are not members of a Rotary club (210,500  members in 9,900 corps). 
These clubs are a wonderful opportunity for our young community leaders to hone their skills, network, meet new friends, and hopefully live a fulfilled life within the Rotary community.
Cyber-Monday & Giving Tuesday
or anytime this Holiday Season.....
Shop Amazon and an automatic donation is made to our Rotary Club so we are, in turn, able to
help those in need in our  NORTH PENN community!!
Support us when you shop on Cyber Monday & Giving Tuesday!!
Amazon donates to North Penn Rotary Club Charitable Foundation Inc.

End Hunger Event


Saturday was another beautiful day, five Rotary Clubs joined with local Lutheran Churches to assemble 10's of thousands of nutritious meals for Montgomery County food pantries!   There were eight assembly lines of 10 volunteers for two shifts, who had a wonderful time in service to their communities while building goodwill and better friendships.


Thanks to Katie Vanhouten who organized 40 volunteers from the North Penn Rotary club


Purple Pinkie


Saturday was a beautiful day for the numerous Rotary Clubs and guests to come together in fellowship, to get exercise, and raise money to finally eradicate polio within our lifetime – an achievement that will save our planet's children from ever again suffering this debilitating disease!


For more information, please go to Purple Pinkie


Breaking bread with the Valley Forge Tourism and Convention board (VFTCB)

For Service Tuesday at Manna on Main Street Chris, Kris, Mohana, Sam, Tammy, Virginia and Will helped to serve a gourmet meal provided by the Valley Forge Tourism and Convention board (VFTCB).  This is the second year the VFTCB has taken over the kitchen at Manna, the kitchen was commanded by President & CEO Mike Bowman (a chef in a prior life) while his team worked with the Rotary and Manna teams in the front of the house (excluding Will who manned the dishwashing station – a man who is not afraid to get his hands dirty).  The guests were thrilled with the three coarse meal: house salad, grilled chicken breast on a bed of mixed veggies and a side of roasted potatoes, finished with apple crumble and ice cream.  After the guests retired we joined the VFTCB team for an amazing meal and fellowship.
VFTCB is also in their third year of their food drive, a gift to Pope Francis when he visited the Montgomery area – what else can you give someone that chose Francis as his papal name?

District Governor Richard Gromis speaks at our Club

Our Rotary Club of North Penn club was honored by the District Governor Richard Gromis and his wife (and fellow Rotarian) Sue being our guest speaker at our July 18th dinner.  Please read Kristin York’s excellent newsletter that describes the visit.  Through Rotarian communications DG Rick’s emphasizes the importance of long-term strategic planning to prevent “Club Drift” as leadership annually changes, “major goals for the 2017-2018 Rotary year is to strongly encourage each club to draft, resurrect, or revise a strategic plan for its club”.  Rick also states that “…as always, we will be concentrating on membership, but we will be also focused on retention.  Our goal is to start one new club this year and a net increase of one new member in every club.”  Rick also plans to appoint a Public Image Chairperson with a primary focus on social media, “The District and our clubs need to have an effective social media presence.”

JULY 1, 2017
Dear Friends:
I am honored to be the President of the Rotary Club of North Penn.  With our diverse skill sets and backgrounds, we come together to serve our local and international communities.
This years Rotary Theme is “Making a Difference”.  We will be making a difference by:
  • Continuing to provide financial support and volunteer service in our local community to such groups as Manna on Main Street, Easter Seals, Kelly Ann Dolan Foundation, North Penn YMCA, North Penn Boys & Girls Club and RSVP of Montgomery County.
  • Providing achievement scholarships to local high school and elementary schools, Rotary Camp Neidig opportunities for local students, and a scholarship to PA Free Enterprise Week. 
  • Internationally, we continuing to support the Rotary Foundation, Rotaplast, Polio Plus and Shelter Box.
  • We will also be participating in a local project with other Rotary Clubs to end hunger in Montgomery County.  This event will occur in October and we will be packaging meals for distribution to those in need in Montgomery County.
  • We have also been challenged by Rotary International President Ian H. S. Risely to plant a tree for every club member.
  • For our club members, we will continue to provide support for attendance at the Rotary Leadership Training.
We have developed a local Rotaract Club (College level) and Interact Club (High School Level) to ensure future generations of Rotarians. We work with them on local projects. 
One area of focus that will not change is the recruitment of new members to maintain our club’s outstanding 90+ year record of giving back to the community and most importantly to sustain our longevity in the North Penn area. 
Should you be interested in serving your community through Rotary, and are interested in membership to our club, please feel free to contact us so we can extend an invitation to attend an upcoming meeting.
Bob Kile
Club President 2017-18

Thank you, Scott - Congratulations President Bob

On Tuesday, June 27th, we met to thank President Scott Grande for this past year of service to our Club and to Rotary.  We accomplished so much and had a great president at the helm!   We now welcome and congratulate incoming President Bob Kile who shared his vision for the upcoming Rotary year.  We look forward to another great year with another great president to lead us as we strive to Make A Difference!

North Penn Rotary Supports Local P.A.L. Program

June 20, 2017:  Chief Scott Bendig of the Montgomery Twp Police Department visited our Club meeting and was presented with a $1000. donation from our North Penn Club for the local P.A.L. program sponsored by the North Penn YMCA.    North Penn P.A.L. is a free program offered by the YMCA.  "P.A.L. is a youth crime prevention program that utilizes educational, athletic, and recreational activities to create trust and understanding between police officers in the community and youth."   For more information, please click here
Thanks to the proceeds from LANSDALE DAY 2017, the Club was able to raise funds to help so many local community organizations, non-profits and charities.  Pictured here is the P.A.L. Booth at Lansdale Day  - June 3, 2017
Lansdale Day 2017  - the P.A.L. booth and motorcycle on display

Camp Neidig 2017

Area high school juniors attended Camp Neidig this year from June 16th-19th.  Six of the students participating were sponsored by the Rotary Club of North Penn.  Camp Neidig is a leadership camp for high school juniors held over a 4-day long weekend.  The camp, which is part of Rotary D7430, is a leadership camp that brings together talented high school students for a four-day weekend of fun, friendship, and team-building activities. Pictured here are our club's six students who participated this year: (left to right) Sarah Cooney, Molly Hand, Anissa Gardizy, Thomas Baxter, Krisha Patel and Lauren Crim.  Not pictured, Leon Silver, our club's Camp Neidig Chairperson and Coordinator.  We look forward to hearing from several of these students at an upcoming meeting in September.  Click the following link for more information about Camp Neidig
Anissa Gardizy, from North Penn High School, was nominated for "Camper of the Year" at this year's Camp Neidig program.  We are very proud of Anissa's accomplishment!

PHOTO ALBUM IS FINALLY UPLOADED - FEEL FREE TO BROWSE!  A big thank you to Rotarian Kristin York, for sharing your talent as a photographer and taking all the pictures at this year's Lansdale Day 

LANSDALE DAY 2017  IS A GO!!!!!!!!

ON JUNE 3, 2017

WE ARE 100% FULL for this Year's LANSDALE DAY - JUNE 3, 2017 (and are no longer accepting vendors)

If you are interested in participating for 2018, please check back after February for forms & information!

SEE YOU JUNE 3rd, 2017
for a list of our participating 2017 Vendors, PLEASE CLICK HERE



and also check out our INFORMATION PAGE

ROTARY CLUB OF NORTH PENN is set to host the 

10am - 4pm
COME HELP US CELEBRATE THE 40th ANNIVERSARY OF LANSDALE DAY!  Lansdale Day is a major fundraiser for the Rotary Club of North Penn.  ALL proceeds benefit local charitable organizations.  
NEW FOR 2017:   The
Fun Zone featuring the Ultimate Bungee Jump!   Also NEW this year is our first annual POP UP BEER GARDEN!   Want more???   How about hundreds of vendors including Fine Art & Craft Dealers with fantastic one-of-a-kind gifts!  More?? Check out the Community Markplace  featuring our local businesses - excellent food from main dishes to desserts - LIVE Entertainment all day - The Rotary Club of North Penn's LANSDALE DAY RAFFLE (tickets available at the Rotary booth) 
Pet Alley featuring Dog Agility Shows as well as local Animal Rescues and PUPPIES!!   PLUS: face painting and numerous activities for kids of all ages!      FREE ADMISSION to the Festival    FREE PARKING for our patrons! 
Come on out and enjoy a Fun Filled Family Day in Lansdale, PA!!

click HERE for more information by visiting our Lansdale Day Information Page

Deadline to reserve a booth space FOR 2017 has passed and we are 100% full - If you missed it, please mark your calendars for next year and contact us is February 2018! 

The ROTARY CLUB of NORTH PENN  graciously thanks the following Sponsors for LANSDALE DAY 2017

Dischell  Bartle  Dooley








Baum, Smith & Clemens, LLC
Jared Moyer Group-Keller Williams                        


VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION MONTH was honored by the Directors of the non-profit organizations at North Penn Commons holding a Rotary Club of North Penn appreciation Meet & Greet evening.  Rotarians were present to witness the unveiling of the sign at the Rotary Club of North Penn Conference room and participated in the cutting of the ribbon to the room.  The Club has pledged to donate $25,000 to the North Penn Commons project for which we recevied the naming rights to this beautiful conference room - which is used by all the Commons Partners (and Rotary, on occasion!)  A great evening filled with fun and fellowship and we had the opportunity to tell the "Rotary Story" to many interested prospective members.  Thank you sincerely, to the YMCA, Manna on Main Street, the Peak Center and Advanced Living for your gracious acknowledgement of all that our Rotary Club does for the North Penn Community.  We will continue to put Service Above Self and are humbled by the generosity, kindness and appreciation by North Penn Commons




Popular Philly Radio Station to be at LANSDALE DAY 2017

Honored, thrilled & super excited to have Philly's 101.1 More FM with us this year for Lansdale Day!! Their ground crew will be with us all day from 10am-4pm:  give aways, balloon art and much more!! Click their logo above to see the promo piece on their official website!  101.1 More FM is the official radio station sponsor of Lansdale Day 2017!


North Penn Rotarians out in force to END HUNGER by supporting, sponsoring and participating in Manna on Main Street's 5K and Shopping Cart Challenge: April 1, 2017



*NEW* for 2017 - a map on the reverse side highlighting
all the wonderful 'happenings' for June 3, 2017




North Penn Rotarians putting "Service Above Self" as we helped at the local food pantry, Manna on Main Street 3/28/17:   Our club members love getting out in the community and helping where needed.  We are a proud supporter of Manna On Main and enjoy Serving Humanity in our small corner of the world.  Rotarian volunteers tonight included Will Liegel, Tammy Skiermont, Mohana Padgaonkar (& husband Kiran) Virginia Scarano, Tom Morrissey & Bob Kile


Tom was wicked with that push broom as Virginia helped to wipe down tables


Mohana, Virginia, Tammy  & Tom pausing for a pic as we finished cleaning up after serving meals to those in need



At the 1917 Rotary International Convention, outgoing Rotary president Arch Klumph proposed setting up an endowment “for the purpose of doing good in the world.”  That one idea, and an initial contribution of $25.50 set in motion a powerful force that has transformed millions of lives around the globe.  Today, the Rotary Foundation has grown exponentially because of the very generous, service minded Rotarians around the world who give willingly and unselfishly so that funds through grants which provide sustainable  service projects are given to those in need - world wide!

ROTARIANS ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD!  At a local celebration on March 11, 2017, our Rotary District 7430 held a 100th Anniversary Gala where Rotarians from all over Eastern PA gathered to celebrate our Foundation's milestone.  The evening was filled with fun, fellowship and, of course, more self-less giving to our amazing Foundation!  Among those attending were our very own from the North Penn Club:  Rotarian Tony Jannetta and his beautiful wife, Rachel  were honored by District Governor, Linda Young and the entire room of Rotarians as Tony & Rachel have pledged to be Arch Klumph Society members, donating $250,000 to the Rotary International Foundation. Tony & Rachel have supported the works of Rotary and it's Foundation for numerous years and continue to put “Service Above Self” every single day!  Thank you, Tony & Rachel for your dedication to the Rotary Foundation and your hearts of gold so that others, less fortunate than yourselves, may benefit from your generosity to the Rotary Foundation.


  Also in attendance from North Penn was Rotarian Michael Seidner and his lovely wife, Stephanie.  Mike & Stephanie have been long-time supporters of the Rotary Foundation, are multiple Paul Harris Fellows and also Paul Harris Society members.   Thank you, Mike & Stephanie for your continued, generous support of the Rotary Foundation.

For more information on how YOU can help make the world a better place by donating to the Rotary Foundation, please visit:



North Penn Rotarians - - NOTE: meeting for next week, 3/21
is still planned with BOARD MEETING following


Feb 28, 2017   Rotary of North Penn Club members once again out in the community providing Service Above Self - this month at the Lansdale branch of the YMCA. With the local weather in the 60's this week, we were able to help with the spring spruce up of the exterior at the YMCA and North Penn Commons.  A special thanks to YMCA CEO, Bob Gallagher, for treating our Rotarians to a pizza dinner afterward! 


North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club 

Tonight we were pleased to have representatives of the North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club attend our meeting. We were honored by a speech given by their "Student of the Year" who professed how his life was changed for the better because of the Boys & Girls Club. This young man is now dedicated to helping others and is a role model and positive example! For more information on the services and wonderful programs that our local Boys and Girls Club provides, please visit their website Rotary Club of North Penn is an annual supporter of this fantastic organization

The Rotary Club of North Penn welcomes new member, David C. Onorato, Esq. 

We are thrilled to announce the newest member of our Rotary family, David "Otto" Onorato.  David attended our recent membership drive in September and was inducted as our newest member on November 15, 2016.  David is the senior partner in a local North Wales law firm, Hladik, Onorato & Federman, LLP. David was born and raised in Lansdale and his family has been a part of the community since 1936. David was a Rotarian with the Harleysville Rotary Club years ago and has returned to Rotary with a continued passion for service with our club; his sponsor is our club treasurer, Kerry Kulp. Welcome aboard, David!



North Rotary's Annual Citrus Sale is going on NOW!

Delicious Ruby Red Grapefruits and Texas-grown juicy oranges for purchase NOW thru any North Penn Rotarian  or CLICK HERE to place an order....or  simply contact us!  Each 20# box of either type of fruit for only $25.  That's a bargain! And guaranteed freshness! 
All proceeds benefit charities and non-profit organizations. We certainly appreciate your annual support of this fundraiser.
CLICK    H E R E   for the order form
Orders must be placed by November 22nd with pick up of your order on Dec 10th btw 8am & 11am
Please email any questions to Rotarian, Sam Dugan

North Penn Commons GRAND OPENING

Grand Opening of North Penn Commons October 8, 2016! The Rotary Club of North Penn is a proud sponsor of this amazing building that is 'home' to four local non-profit organizations. We congratulate the YMCA, Manna on Main Street and the Peak Center on a successful move!  This picture is a view of the Rotary Club of North Penn's Conference Room in the lobby of North Penn Commons
Entrance to the North Penn YMCA from the lobby of North Penn Commons.  To the right is an awesome view of the new pool
The spectacular lobby at North Penn Commons.  To the right is the new home of Mann On Main Street and The Peak Center 

New Interact Club at Lansdale Catholic High School

The Rotary Club of North Penn is proud to announce our sponsorship and partnership with the NEW  Interact Club of Lansdale Catholic High SchoolWe witnessed the very first meeting of this special group of service-oriented students on October 4, 2016.  They are off to a great start with electing their Officers and are faculty advised by Mr.Tom Quintois (one of our own Rotarian members) and Mr. Jon Slabek. Assistant Principal.  We wish them the best and look forward to many years of service with this group as they grow and put "Service Above Self'

All are welcome to attend the
Rotary Club of North Penn's OPEN HOUSE*

Bring a guest and stop by for an evening of fun and find out more about 
the BEST Commmunity Service Organization in Lansdale!

♦ Hors d'oeuvres served ♦  spirit tastings  ♦
♦ business card exchange & raffle  prizes ♦
♦ Distillery tour ♦ cash bar following ♦
WHEN:    Thursday, September 22, 2016
WHERE:  Boardroom Spirits575 W 3rd St, Lansdale, PA
TIME:     6pm - 8pm

*must be 21 or older to attend
RSVP appreciated in advance to:
For Additional information or questions, please contact us

Induction of another New Member to our Rotary Club on August 9, 2016- We welcome Mr. Thomas Quintois who is the current athletic director at Lansdale Catholic High School.  Tom is transferring his Rotary membership from Souderton to our North Penn Club and we are happy to have him with us!  Tom will also be our club liaison for the new Interact Club that is forming at LC, for which our North Penn Club will the the Sponsor/parent club.  Welcome Tom!  (pictured below is Tom receiving his new North Penn member badge and pin from his Sponsor, Michael Seidner; with President Scott Grande looking on)

at upcoming baseball game

Phillies vs Dodgers Aug 16th

STRIKE OUT HUNGER by coming to this District-Sponsored event on August 16th.  A group of our own North Penn Rotarians will be attending this special game where Rotary International President, John Germ, will be throwing out the first pitch!  $10 of each ticket purchased goes to the sponsoring club for Foundation giving support. note:  please plan to bring non-perishable food donations to be collected at the ball park

Welcome New Members!

Michael Bobrin, Insurance Agent with Smyrl Insurance in Hatfield, was inducted as one of our new Rotary Club members on July 12, 2016.  Pictured here with his sponsor, Tammy Skiermont (past president).  Michael is already making his mark on the Club as he has attended every event and meeting over the last month and he is anxious to continue to provide "Service Above Self" as an official member of the North Penn Rotary.  Welcome Michael!!
Steven Griffith, retired Academic Dean at Simpson College, and who recently relocated to North Wales, now transferring his Rotarian membership from the Indianola, Iowa Rotary Club to our North Penn Rotary as of July 12th.  He is pictured here with his club sponsor, Tony Jannetta (PDG). Steven has also been very active in our club since his relocation including spending the entire day helping our club at Lansdale Day by putting "Service Above Self"   Welcome to our family, Steven! 

The Rotary Club of North Penn is committed to our community, and in the spirit of "SERVICE ABOVE SELF", every month our members participate in our SERVICE TUESDAY projects where we are out in the community providing service to our friends and neighbors in need.  
On July 26th, we were at Manna on Main Street providing service and help at their soup kitchen dining room located at 713 W. Main Street in Lansdale.    Please click HERE to learn more about Manna-On Main Street and their commitment to fight hunger in our own community.  As always, it is our honor and privilege to help our neighbors in need.  Our club also provides financial support to this wonderful organization on an annual basis.   
For more information on how YOU can be a part of our SERVICE TUESDAY community projects, please contact us

New Rotary Year Begins 7-1-16

President Tammy passing the gavel to incoming President Scott Grande at our club change-over June 28

Past President ('14-'15), Will Liegel, pins our new Club President, Scott Grande  6-28-16 at our club change-over meeting. 

President Scott gives Past President pin to Tammy Skiermont ('15-'16)

Officers for the '16-'17 Rotary Year (from left to right: Kristin York, Vice President, Scott Grande, Club President and Bob Kile, President-elect   CONGRATULATIONS and well wishes for a successful '16-'17 Rotary Year!

President Tammy thanks Club for great year!

Thank you, all members, for a wonderful, memorable year... It was both an honor and privilege to be your Club President for the '15-'16 Rotary Year ~Tammy Skiermont

Thank you all for the lovely gifts!




Camp Neidig campers representing our North Penn Rotary Club from left to right: Liz Wanamaker, Hazel Rubinkam, Erin LeConey, and KC Carrelli. (Not pictured - Julia Knight, and Leon Silver, Chairman, Camp Neidig). For those who don't know, or are curious, each year our Club sponsors several local students to attend this Rotary Leadership camp - which takes place yearly toward the end of June. For more information, visit:

North Penn Rotary gives "Service Above Self" awards & scholarships to local students 

Students in the 6th grade at North Wales Elementary as well as Students from Lansdale Catholic, North Penn High School & Christopher Dock High School received our Service Above Self awards and scholarships during the month of June 2016. Congratulations to all student recipients - we wish you all the best in your future endeavors and hope that you will continue to be a role model of Service to your peers, school & community - CONGRATULATIONS!

FORECAST for SATURDAY:  81 with periods of SUN and some Clouds
Chance of passing light shower

we are a GO for LANSDALE DAY 2016!!

Updated 6/3/16 @ 8:45 am

Annual community event on Main Street in Lansdale. 
For more information on the event as well as Sponsorship, Advertising and Booth Rental information - see "Lansdale Day Information Page"
This year's proceeds to benefit North Penn Commons




for Event more.....

Annual Arts & Crafts Festival is scheduled for Saturday June 4, 2016, 10am to 4pm.
"Lansdale Day 2016" is a major fundraiser for the Rotary Club of North Penn and we are currently seeking Artists, Artisans, Crafters  and Community Marketplace Dealers to participate.  Are you an artisan or crafter with items for sale? (Arts & Crafts section)​ Do you have a local business or non-profit you wish to promote? (Community Marketpalce) If so, please visit our LANSDALE DAY information page for further information, applications for participation and jurying. DON'T WAIT - - only 200 spaces available and they fill up very quickly!! (April 1, 2016 deadline or until full)

Annual event sponsored by Lansdale Area Fundraising Society
and the Rotary Club of North Penn is a major beneficiary.
Proceeds to benefit LOCAL Non-profit organizations, charities
and local scholastic scholarships.  For TICKET PURCHASE and 
additional information, please click HERE

Thank you to ALL who generously supported our annual Auction which wrapped up on Tuesday evening, April 19th with the live portion of this event. The Rotary Club of North Penn thanks you very much! Funds raised go to help those in our community who are less fortunate than ourselves. We especially thank the North Penn
YMCA for their immense help!


Celebrating International Women's' Day Thank you to all our female professionals, colleagues, members, sisters, wives, mothers, daughters, students, etc for making the world a better place, in every way. Every day is yours, not just on the international women's day! Keep on keeping on and Rise Up Ladies

4-Way Test Speech Contest

 March 1st The club hosts our 3rd Annual 4-Way Test Speech Contest. We wish all the student participants the best of luck! Front Page news in The Reporter 2-29-16

Thanks to all our Rotarians who participated in our Fruit Sale this year and for all those who donated a large amount to Manna on Main Street - they really appreciated it! A BIG HUGE thank you to Sam Dugan for organizing this annual sale - and another big thanks to Tony Jannetta who was helping to load our cars. The Club greatly appreciates Walton's Oil for the use of their warehouse as well. And, most importantly, thank you to all those who purchased delicious fruit and help to make this annual fundraiser another success - including the Rotary Club of Warrington! Great job everyone!!

Manna on Main visits NP Club

Suzan Neiger Gould, executive director at Manna on Main Street was our guest speaker on November 17th. Our club proudly supports Manna annually and we are always happy to hear about Manna's ongoing support to those in need in our North Penn community.  Manna will be relocating to the new North Penn Commons facility in the Fall of 2016 and Suzan showed us numerouts artists' renditions of the facility.  Manna will be one of four non-profit organizations in the facility and for the first time in its history, Manna will generate revenue by providing food services for the campus lobby café.  Our club is a large supporter of the North Penn Commons and we look forward to being a part of this wonderful addition to the community.  For more information regarding Manna on Main Street and their involvement and move to North Penn Commons, click here
Information Sources
President's Message
Rotary District 7430
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Vice President
Membership Chair
Youth Exchange Officer
Rotary Foundation
Immedaite Past President
Public Relations Chair
Interact Club Chairperson
New Member Project Chair
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