Club President Allen Childs  and District Governor Rick Gromis present Nick Molloy with commendations from Rotary International President Ian Riseley and a celebratory Rotary cake for Nick's 50th anniversary with the Rotary Club of Doylestown! 
 
 

Nick joined our club Dec 7th, 1967 and for 32 years, he never missed a weekly Rotary meeting. For some time, three generations of Molloys were in the Doylestown Club at one time - surely a club record! He started as Sargent at Arms and progressed through almost every role, including Club President in 1972. During his Presidency, the club started Walkathons for the March of Dimes that raised $150K over a five year period. The club ran a chicken barbecue to raise money for the VIA and held a Christmas party for deserving children. He continues to serve as the Memorial Day Parade organizer, arranging for 10 new Fred Beans Mustangs to showcase our Veterans every year.

Nick was know for his skills with sticks and little white balls, bringing the District Golf Trophy back to the Doylestown Club, time and time again. The "Molloy bounce" described his good luck on the course, in the club and in life, with his wife, Bert, and his children.
 
A great evening was shared with his family, club members...and past club members such as George Kennedy!  Great laughs with stories shared, and a good time had by all!  And a wonderful celebration of Nick's leadership and contribution to our community and club!