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Doylestown Rotary News

On November 14th, a dozen warm-hearted Rotarians, family, and friends worked a shift at the food pantry, helping customers fill their trunks with foods of their choice and an assortment of staples. This is the second annual DRYP-organized opportunity for service at the food pantry and the club hopes to build on the experience! Want to join us? Send us a request on the contact page of doylestownrotary.org.
 
Our club celebrated the holidays in true Rotary style - with Paul Harris tributes to non-Rotarians Nick Lamelza, Tom Brunt, and to Wendy Stottlar, posthumously (her children accepted the honor), as a way to thank them for the gifts of time and talent they have offered the club for many, many years. Then we competed with Christmas trivia, sang for our dinner, and made merry for the first time in many moons. It was exhilarating to all be together again. Thank you, Rick Millham, Helen Amelsberg, and Peter Quigley for an entertaining evening of cheer!
 
 
 
 
Join us for the regional Four Way Test Speech Contest on April 17th, 2021, at 9:45 a.m. to cheer our club's winner on. Katie spoke to us on March 25th about mental health issues with teens and how some are managing during Covid. Here was our Facebook Post:
 
 
Please click this link to join the Zoom Meeting to hear the other contest winners from the East Region of our District and see who wins!
 
 
Remember back 2 years ago, to our Boro Dam Clean-up and 3 Fishing Derbies held mid-March through mid-May? Wow, we all miss that fun time together, watching the joyful faces of kids, seniors, Vets, and the handicapped hauling in a huge trout or bass. 
 
                                            
 
This year, again, the derbies have been cancelled, but we will clean-up as usual. Please join us with friends and family to rake up leaves and sticks, then mulch the garden areas. Bring rakes, gloves, and a smile. We'll gather a 8 a.m. on Saturday, April 17th and we usually finish up by 9:30 or so. Don't miss it. We all want to see each other without a computer screen in front of us....
 
On October 28th, at our 11th Annual Four Way Test Awards Presentation (via Zoom), our club honored 6 people from the Doylestown area chosen for their service to the community. The honorees and their award category were: Lisa Tramper Hanover for Arts and Culture, Frank and Lisa Ventresca for Business, Keith Fenimore for Non-profit (Pine2Pink), Matt Pecic for Education, Robert Boquist for Community Volunteer, and Carol Duffy for Healthcare. Congratulations and thank you for your service to our community!
Kristen Bell - This Close to Ending Polio
 
Where we meet
 
First Wednesday, Fixe Prix Dinner
Second Wednesday, Cocktails
Third Wednesday Cocktails
at Vela Restaurant
140 Veterans Lane
Doylestown
5:30 - 7:00 pm
 
Fourth Week - Committee Meetings
Fifth Week - No Meeting
 
Third Thursday
6:00 pm
Doylestown Marketplace
Harper and Penny's
22 South Main
Doylestown PA 18901
see dryp.org for Zoom info
 
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P.O. Box 207
Doylestown PA 18901
 
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“The Four Way Test”?
Of the things we think, say or do …
  1. Is it the TRUTH?
  2. Is it FAIR to all Concerned?
  3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
  4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to All Concerned?

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