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The Rotary Foundation Chair
Membership Chair
Immediate Past President
Treasurer - Foundation
Welcome to the Warminster Rotary Club website. We invite you to take a look around our site and find out more about our Club and about Rotary. Please take a minute to check out the About Rotary link above and the Rotary Links at the bottom left of this page.
If you would like to know more about Rotary and in particular if being a member of our Warminster Club would suit you, please accept this invitation to be our guest and come join us for lunch and fellowship at one of our meetings on a Tuesday at noon at the Giuseppe's Pizza in Warminster.
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Bi-Weekly Block Pool for 
Philadelphia Eagles Games!

50% of all funds raised will support COVID-19 relief efforts in our community!
1.    Visit the link and pick your square(s).
2.    Each square represents a specific score based on the column and row numbers randomly generated.
3.    Winners will be determined by the score at the end of each quarter.
$20 per block
$250 Payout per Quarter
Get started at: 
Pool Password: rotarywarminster (all lowercase)
Winning starts September 13, 2020!
Visit the for more details!
Rotary People of Action Cotton Face Mask
They are Machine Washable, Double Layered, Tightly Woven Cotton
(meets CDC recommendations for cloth face masks.)
$10.00 per mask, proceeds used to assist community.
Join Us
Warminster Rotary & The Giuseppe Giaimo Scholarship Fund
Annual Fishing Tournament
October 9,10,11
North Carolina’s Outer Banks
Oregon Inlet
$925.00 includes 3 nights lodging and 2 days Fishing!
Call  John Holroyd (267) 966-8701
All Proceeds benefit the over $10K in scholarships given annually to High School Seniors
On November 2, 2019, Warminster Rotary will honor Officer Ryan Bunda with the 2019 Warminster Rotary "Service Above Self" Award at Spring Mill Manor.
Rotary International's motto of "Service Above Self" best conveys the philosophy of unselfish service. On November 2, 2019 Warminster Rotary Foundation and Club will recognize Officer Ryan Bunda with the "Service Above Self" Award. The award is meant to recognize actions of those in the Warminster Community who put the interests of others above their own personal well beings. While all law enforcement and emergency personnel do so everyday, Warminster Rotary Foundation and Club will highlight the actions that took place on 07/10/2019, when a driver of a large truck had a seizure and lost control of his vehicle on a busy township road.
We invite the local and national community to help us honor Officer Bunda and help raise awareness of Rotary's impact on the Warminster Community. All proceeds of the event are used to support local youth in need. In recent years, proceeds have purchased mobility equipment for a child with MS, helped convert a garage into an accessible bedroom for a blind and physically impaired 4 year old, replaced the interior carpets of a home for a youth with allergies triggered by his Chemotherapy treatment and weakened immune system as well as landscaping to make walkways more accessible , helped purchase a wheel chair accessible vehicle for a permanently disabled youth.
On Tuesday, July 10, 2019, at approximately 09:33 hours, Ofc Ryan Bunda was on patrol. While in the area of County Line Road and Newtown Road, the Officers observed a white Ford F-250, traveling west on County Line Rd. The Officer observed the passenger of the vehicle waving his arms trying to get the Officers attention, while the operator of the truck appeared to be in convulsions. Officer Bunda attempted to stop the truck as it traveled at a slow speed and in traffic. Officer Bunda exited his vehicle and ran towards the truck as it traveled at a slow speed. Upon reaching the truck Officer Buna could see the operator in active seizure. Ofc Bunda, opened the driver side door, while the truck headed towards eastbound traffic. Officer Bunda managed to apply the brakes with his left hand bringing the Ford to a complete stop, with the assistance of a passing Huntington Valley Firefighter. Once the truck was stopped Officer Bunda and the firefighter carried the operator to a safe area, where they called for medical assistance and rendered aid. Officer Bunda’s rapid and decisive actions, were both heroic and lifesaving. Great Job Officer Bunda and Thank you for your service.
Club Information

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Giuseppe's Pizza
1380 W. Street Rd.
Warminster, PA  18974
United States
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Paige Gardner, Volunteer Coordinator
Oct 27, 2020 12:15 PM
Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County and Getting Involved
David Akers, LMS Solutions
Nov 03, 2020 12:15 PM
Rotary Facebook Marketing - Grow Our Facebook Presence
Katie Farrell, Area 7 Foundation Coordinator
Nov 10, 2020 12:15 PM
Rotary Foundation Giving
Kristen Griego, Social Worker
Nov 24, 2020 12:15 PM
The State of Child Welfare in Bucks County
Linda Vataha, Founder
Dec 01, 2020 12:15 PM
Mobile Minis
Colleen Duran, Volutneer Coordinator
Jan 05, 2021 12:15 PM
Gift of Life Donor Program
Laurence McMaster
Jan 26, 2021 12:15 PM
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