January 14th, 2016 Edition
Rotarian Pastor Charles Quann so eloquently expressed that our membership has formed a lasting "bond" between us.   You see, as Rotarians we bond together to make this a better world:  we believe in building goodwill and better friendships.  As Rotarians we are dedicated to volunteering in both the local communities, as well as abroad, to address the humanitarian issues of Peace, Disease Prevention, Water Sanitation, Child Health, Literacy, and Community Development.  Happy New Year and may God bless you.
We were thankful for our guest of the morning who included Kent E. Conway, Esq. of Conway & Schadler in Blue Bell, Richard Myers of Shaeff-Myers Funeral Homes Inc., and Kira Burke a champion Irish Dancer and who is the daughter of our own Rotarian Kevin Burke.
Our meeting was electrified as Kira Burke lit up the room with her performance of the art of Irish Dancing.  She was both graceful and athletic.  It was a special treat and education for all who could attend.
This week we received encouraging news from 7000 miles away of Team Teal's accomplishments.  Alex, the Mukka Health technician wrote
Receive new year greetings, the dental visit has been of Great success and help to us, The community Is very happy and grateful for the service and are really looking forward to having the same Next time.  The team led by Teal was wonderful and very hard working. May God bless You very Much for your generosity.
Thanks alot "
Spread the word and the good deeds of Rotary to everyone you meet.  Do all you can to "Bring a Guest to Breakfast"
  • BRING A GUEST TO BREAKFAST - let's encourage our friends, neighbors, and relatives to join us for breakfast.  Perhaps they have ideas to help us address World Peace, Disease Prevention, Sanitation, Child Health, Literacy, or Community Development.
  • TUSKEGEE AIRMAN DR. EUGENE RICHARDSON - Will be our breakfast morning speaker for our Tuesday morning January 19th meeting.
  • BOYS & GIRLS CLUB - Rotarian Rita read appreciative remarks sent by Bob & Donna Cramer for the Christmas Gifts for the children.
  • MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE - a tribute to the great humanitarian and leader, Sunday Jan 17, 4pm Bethlehem Baptist Church.
  • ROTARIAN REV. CLAINE CREW - Join me and let's support Rotarian Claine for his sermon at Bethlehem Baptist Church on Sunday Jan 17, 11:15am Bethlehem Baptist Church.
  • Rotarian Russ was making plans for his United States Constitution Speech including all 27 Amendments. 
  • Rita thrilled of news of her daughter's engagement.
  • Andy attended the mummers parade.
  • Ron Smith's son will be working on Global Health Issues closer to home on the East Coast.
  • Pastor Quann was deeply grateful for the blessing of health.
Yours in Service,
Randy Brock
Blue Bell Rotary Club President 2015/2016
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  • January 12: MARSHA EICHELBERGER, Exec Dir Inter-Faith Housing Alliance, Club Breakfast Meeting, Normandy Farms at 7:15 am
  • January 17: MLK SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE, 4 pm Bethlehem Baptist Church
  • January 17: ROTARIAN REV. CLAINE CREW, 11:15 am Bethlehem Baptist Church
  • January 19: TUSKEGEE AIRMAN, Club Breakfast Meeting, Normandy Farms at 7:15 am
  • February 2: RAPHAELLE PERRIER, Journey Talk,Club Breakfast Meeting, Normandy Farms at 7:15 am 
  • February 9: TEAL MERCER, African Dental Hygiene Trip, Club Breakfast Meeting, Normandy Farms at 7:15 am  
  • February 23: CLUB EVENING MEETING: Understanding Rheumatoid Arthritis, Dr Soumya Chakravarty, Rheumatologist & Immunologist Drexel Univ. College of Medicine, Dinner catered from Carrabbas Italian Grille, Meeting Location will be at Lei Barry's Office, Keller Williams Real Estate, 910 Harvest Dr, Suite 100, Blue Bell, PA. 5:30pm. Sponsored by Abbvie Immunology Medical Education Program.
  • April 2: WELLNESS EXPO MontCo Community College
Russell Hampton
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