Rotary adopts a school

Published 4:00 pm Sunday, July 28, 2019

Rotary Minute

The Rotary Club of Shady Brook in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, adopted a school in one of Philadelphia’s poorest neighborhoods as a signature project. The William Dick School serves more than 500 students from kindergarten through eighth grade. Over the past decade, the club has donated more than $16,000, including Rotary Foundation matching grants, to the school.

Club members also hand-knit hundreds of caps for the students to lend a personal touch and visit the school often to read with the students.

Just something else Rotary is doing to help in the world.

To find out more about Rotary and how you can get involved, contact Steven Wood at 252-717-3497.