Welcome to the Warminster Rotary Club
The Four-Way Test of the things we think, say or do: 
 
Is it the truth? 
Is it fair to all concerned?
Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
Will it be beneficial to all concerned? 
Club News
Warminster Rotary Makes Major Donation 
from the Benson Campbell Memorial Fund to 
the Warminster Food Bank! 
 
Please join us in congratulating our first quarter Student of the Month recipients!  
 
January 2022, Alexandria McPhillips
 
February 2022 - Melanie Izak
 
March 2022 Rahul Antanuni
3/22/22
 
February 22nd was a typical Rotary Tuesday for the Warminster Rotary Club.  The lunch gathering started at noon with The pledge of Allegiance, announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, a weekly raffle and speaker presentation.   Our meetings are hybrid and we were lucky not to have any technical glitches.  For all intent and purpose a great meeting and a welcome Rotary break in the work week. 
Two days later the world changed.  As if the Pandemic, food insecurity, rising cost of gasoline and other goods weren’t enough, we watched Russia begin an invasion of Ukraine. 
By the next Rotary meeting, the invasion was creeping through the Ukraine the way lava seeps from a volcano.  Is this really happening, in this day and age?   
It took one conversation, in the hallway after the meeting for Warminster Rotarians to jump into action.  Club member and fellow Rotarian Bradley Kuder reached out to St. Anne’s Ukrainian Catholic Church in Warrington, PA and extended our support.  They were facilitating the gathering of relief and humanitarian supplies for refugees.
In less than a week, through word of mouth and emails the Warminster Rotary club, partnered by the Warminster Food Bank announced a Call to Action and approved club funds for gathering and obtaining cases of personal hygiene supplies, over-the-counter medications and much more to help enable relief for Ukrainian refugees.
 
                             
 
The Warminster Rotary Club members are truly People of Action and proud to be a part of Rotary International serving the humanitarian needs for peace conflict and resolution.    
 
 
Warminster Rotary Club celebrated 60 years of service on March 26, 2022.
During the evening, we invested $25,000 into a Breakfast for Heros program in conjunction with Warminster Food Bank on behalf of the Benson Campbell Memorial Fund. 48 veterans will recieve specially packed breakfast packages not normally dispersed to food insecure. Our largest single donation to a program since our foundation began in 2012.
 
 
 
Changing Lives
Fill A Cop Car!
 It was our pleasure to help out and contribute to the Stuff The Cruiser event on 4/3/22 at the Warminster Giant! Pictured here is Warminster Police Office Chris McCool, Warminster Rotary President Jason Cartwright and the Director of the Warminster Food Bank, Mike Cerino! Over 2,100 pounds of food were collected!
 
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On 4/9/22 WRC supported the Centennial High School Food Truck event and gave away white dogwood tree sprouts in alignment with Earth Day and Arbor Day. 
Pictured here is Katie Farrell, Rotary District Governor Nominee Designee.
     
 
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Warminster Rotary Supports 
Be An Angel
       
The 2021 gift tree in Giuseppe's lobby had many tags on it this past December.  Each tag represented a wish from a child in Bucks County.  The program was a part of the Random Acts of Christmas program sponsored by the Between Friends Outreach. 
     
 
 
 
 
 
 
Warminster Rotary 
Around Town
Club Information
Warminster
We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Giuseppe's Pizza
1380 W. Street Rd.
Warminster, PA
United States of America
Meetings are in person!
Upcoming Events
Speakers
Craig Schmidt
Jun 07, 2022 12:00 PM
Pints In the Park
Linda Mayger, Ambassador
Jun 14, 2022 12:00 PM
ShelterBox and Efforts In Ukraine
Karin Suttmann, Warminster Rotary Club Pres-Elect
Jun 28, 2022 12:00 PM
FY23 Strategic Plan for the Club
Rochelle Miller
Aug 03, 2022 8:00 AM
MED13L Syndrome
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Rotary members honored as Champions of Girls’ Empowerment

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