The Rotary CLub of Shady Brook wishes to extend its sincere gratitude the many area restaurants which have continued to assit it raising funds for the Leukemia & Lymphonma Society.
Thanks to the generous customers of …
The Langhorne Cafe
Cancun's Mexican Restaurant
Club member Irv Perlstein was able to add additional dollars to the financial support the Club contiues to make to help the LLS fight and search for new cures and treatments for blood cancers.
PLEASE … support these resaurants!
Several Club members rose early today to help maintain a stretch of Yardley-Langhorne Road as part of the Club's participation in the Pennsyvania Department of Transportations's Adopt-A-Highway program.
Twice a year volunteers armed with gloves and heavy-duty trash bags remove the accumulated trash from the roadway and areas immediately adjacent to it. Aside from the literally hundreds of discarded cigarette butts, discarded styroform coffee cups, plastic water bottles, beer cans and lquor bottles seem to be the items drivers find it most convenient to toss out their car windows … abandoned tires, building insulation, plastic bags and even car floor mats were among the many "treasurers" collected today.
Jerry Redington, Alan Agree, Adopt-A-Highway Chair Syd Baron, Mark Nath, eff Revak
and photographer Dick Newbert
At the Rotary Club of Shady Brook’s monthly dinner meeting at the Garden of Eatin’ Restaurant, Dr. Augie Audrid recognized Nicole Ilkovic, an 8th grade student at Maple Point Middle School, as its Student-of the-Month for October. The award includes a plaque and check for $100.
Nicole Ilkovic and Dr. Augie Audrid
The students are nominated by the school and based on the students character, academic achievement and participation in extracurricular and community activities.
Dr. Augie Audrid, Club President Ira Sherman, Nicole Ilkovic and her brother, Mark, and mother, Jana
Alan Agree and Irv Perlstein endured today's inclement weather at the Levittown Library Flea Market where all of the proceeds of over $150 are being dedicated to the Leukemia & Lymphonma Society.
Club members Alan Agree, Jerry Redington, Fran Silverman and Ira Sherman (and several members of his family) participated the Greater BucksMontco Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's annual Light the Night fundraising Walk-a-thon.
A total of over 1,500 walkers turned out for the event and one mile walk.
For the Club's efforts and donation of almost $6,000 the Club was awarded VIP table and Club president Ira Sherman participated in the survivor's ceremony.
Although the walk-a-thon is over, the Club will continue its fund raising efforts on behalf of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. If anyone is interested in helping us support the fight against blood cancers, please click on our Home Page.