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Welcome to our Club!

Blue Bell

Service Above Self

Tuesdays from 7:15-8:30AM except for the last Tuesday of the month when we meet at 5:00PM in varying locations in our community (See The Buzz on the right)
Normandy Farm Hotel & Conference Center for morning meetings
1401 Morris Road
Blue Bell, PA  19422
United States
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Mailing Address: PO Box 1011 Blue Bell Pa 19422

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For more information regarding membership, contact Teal Mercer at tealmercer@gmail.com.

For program information please contact Deborah Hancock at msdebhancock@gmail.com.

 

THANK YOU to our corporate sponsors: Montgomery County Community College and Delta Community Supports Inc.

Corporate Sponsors
Thank you to our corporate sponsors for supporting our club and the community at large. We appreciate having your team as a part of our team as we work together to make our community a better place.
 
               
2019 Chefs of the Burbs
A huge thank you to all of our restaurants and sponsors! The event was a great success - we couldn't have done it without you. Check out some photos from the event below in the PHOTO JOURNALS section.
 
Rotaplast
 
We sent a team to help with Rotary's international Rotaplast initiative, serving children with cleft palate. A note from the field:
 
The children and parents loved seeing our club photo. We did 100 surgeries on six days. One more day of surgeries left. Thanks for club support!
2019 Kenya Dental Hygiene Trip
This year we were honored to send a team of Rotarians and dental professionals to Kenya to share their expertise with locals in need. We partnered with our sister Rotary club there - what a joy!
Here are a few pictures from the trip. We were able to see over 300 individuals over just a few days.
 
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We are "making a difference" in this community... Blue Bell Rotary Proud. Check out more about our project HERE.
 
In response to the needs created by the current COVID-19 Crisis, the Blue Bell Rotary Club organized a task group to meet the needs of the community. So far, the task group has accomplished the following: 
 
  • Members filled critical needs on Inter-Faith Housing Alliance's Amazon Wishlist
  • $2000 in grocery gift cards presented to families of Inter-Faith Housing Alliance
  • $1000 in grocery gift cards presented to the Boys and Girls Club Ambler
More gift card drives are underway to support those in the community who need help during these challenging times. 
We were honored to be a part of the annual Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast celebration in the township again this year. The surrounding townships were represented, including township supervisors, law-enforcement, school principals and students. A big Thank You! to Randy for coordinating.
 
Every year, the Wissahickon community, including students and families of Whitpain, Blue Bell, Lower Gwynedd and Ambler gather for the WFCA (Wissahickon Faith Community) Annual Solidarity Walk from Wissahickon H.S. To Bethlehem Baptist Church for the Martin Luther King celebration. Afterward during the service, Ron Smith gave a presentation, and Patti Smith received an award from the Wissahickon Faith Community Association.  Patti  also received an American flag that flew over the US House of Representatives. 
 
 
A team from Blue Bell Rotary unloaded a food truck from major local grocery stores in service to the Seeds of Hope organization. 
 
We had our annual Summer Splash last week and had an ABSOLUTE BLAST! We love spending time with each other, and would love to have you join us too! 
Great night at the Phillies game for Rotary Strike Out Hunger. We got to meet Rotary International president, Mark Maloney and of course our District Governor.
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CHEFS OF THE BURBS 2019
 
Join us for Rotary Club of Blue Bell's 14th Annual Chefs of the Burbs on Oct. 10th, 2019! This festive community event features 20 of our area's very best restaurant chefs, live music and a silent auction - all in support of "Building Brighter Futures for Kids and Community." Proceeds benefit Inter-Faith Housing Alliance the Wissahickon Valley Boys & Girls Club and the Rotary Foundations local and international aid projects. See details on the invitation below, event details, and information about our generous sponsors. You can Purchase Tickets Here or by clicking on the invitation below. We look forward to seeing you there! 
  
 
 
The Thomas J. Cassidy Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Logan Weiss and Liam Weiss during the July 16th Blue Bell Rotary ceremony led Tom Cassidy.  Tom joined us to present and share with us the special meaning that the Cassidy Scholarship holds. Thank you, Tom. We think the world of your family. Logan Weiss and Liam Weiss talked about their passion for service from an early age and they continued that passion for service through their high school years.  We wish them all the best as they continue their education, going to the same university from which Tom Cassidy graduated - University of Pittsburgh.
The Four Way Test is, put simply, a yardstick code of ethics that helps us to be better Rotarians, better citizens and better friends. Since it’s adoption, the test has been translated into over 100 languages and is used around the world as guiding set of principles.
 
Every year we hold a contest for students in our district to give a speech. We're so proud of their hard work, dedication, and community efforts. Congratulations everyone!
The Rotary Club of Blue Bell teamed up with Wissahickon Middle School Interact club to bring much-needed classroom supplies to primary schools in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya through an organization there called SHOFCO. To help raise funds for the Nairobi primary school classroom supplies, the Interact Club held a “Pie Your Principal” event on May 30. 
 
We had the wonderful opportunity to meet some fellow Rotarians from England on their trip to our district. Such an honor to spend time and serve with you all.
The Beat the Streets Wrestling Program of Philadelphia is committed to helping establish youth wrestling programs in the Philadelphia metropolitan region.  The organization will foster the holistic development of student-athletes by providing the resources to support wrestling and an academic tutoring programs throughout the greater Philadelphia region. Beat the Streets Philadelphia was founded on the principle that all children have the potential to become productive citizens when provided the proper support.  This belief has endured since the establishment of our first program in 2009 located in the city of Camden, NJ.  To this day, the organization remains laser focused on running wrestling and mentoring based youth development programs for underprivileged student-athletes that alter the trajectory of their lives.
 
Today it's considered the best wrestling room in Philadelphia. It is a charter school which has 350 students and 120 of the students are wrestlers. The ribbon cutting ceremony was amazing! We are blessed and honored to be working with such an organization. Thank you for all your hard work! 
 
 
 
This year we were honored to support the Wissahickon Boys and Girls Club and Delta with gifts and funding for their coming year. Thank you for all you do for the youth in our community!
On October 20th, the Rotary Club of Blue Bell donated and planted 45 trees at Montgomery County Community College.  The College's Sustainability Club also assisted in the planting.  This project was done in response to the request from the last year's Rotary International President for every Rotarian to plant a tree to help slow global warming.  The Blue Bell Rotary Club was proud to help beautify the College campus while helping the environment.
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Speakers
Wendy Axlerod
Aug 11, 2020
Covid-19 Task Force Update
Social
Aug 25, 2020
Margaret Kuffner - Youth Exchange Student
Sep 01, 2020
Outbound Experience 2019-20
Carol Ferguson
Sep 08, 2020
Polio Plus and RI's Focus on Disease Prevention
Frances Liao
Sep 22, 2020
Journey Talk
Ron Smith
Oct 13, 2020
Chefs Preparations
 
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