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Rotaplast International provides free, multidisciplinary care for cleft anomalies and other conditions requiring reconstructive surgery.  Members of our club recently returned from a mission to Medellin, Colombia
Rotaplast sends all-volunteer medical teams and non-medical Rotarian teams into developing countries to deliver world-class care for children, young adults and families in need.
We are accepting financial contributions to support a Rotary District 7430 team to travel on a medical mission.  A member of our club will match up to $5,000!  CLICK HERE to donate today!
Since last week...only TWO Rotary Members from our club signed up to volunteer....we need you on Saturday, July 27 from 2 - 7PM!  Our Rotary Club will be co-hosting this event with the IV Public Library. Funds raised will benefit the ST Rotary Foundation and the IV Public Library. Thanks for helping us make this a memorable event as well as a successful fundraiser.  
ST Rotary Foundation Chair Rick Kowey, recently thanked three of our club members for their contributions to Rotary International.
Due to a recent parking restriction at The Broad Street Grind,  spaces are limited.  Follow the link below to review a map for additional parking spaces.  We appreciate your cooperation. 
ST Rotarians helped prepare the garden beds for planting at The Garden of Health Hatfield Farm. This undertaking was a lot more physical labor than what we typically do. The wind was strong and the mulch was blowing...but we persevered and prepared over 20 lanes in the garden to start the season! Thank you ST Rotarian Liz Herman for planning such a great morning!  CLICK HERE to see Rotarians at work! 
One could feel the excitement in the air at the 2023 "Shop with a Cop" event. Souderton-Telford Rotary members and strong support from the Souderton Area High School Interact Club assisted TWENTY families at the shopping extravaganza! Thank You - Thank You for helping us spread smiles, joy, and love to our community this holiday season.  CLICK HERE to see photos from the event. 
The Souderton-Telford Rotary Club held a special sponsor reception on Sunday, June 11, 2023, to express gratitude and recognize the generous donors who have helped to make the Souderton Community Park Renovation Project a reality.  CLICK HERE for additional photos from the event.
Rotary District 7430 Past District Governor, Bob Hobaugh, recently thanked our club for the $3,500 we donated to Rotary International's Polio Plus campaign in 2021-22. Thank you to the members of our club who support this program!
Rotarians’ contributions to PolioPlus help fund planning by technical experts, large-scale communication efforts to make people aware of the benefits of vaccinations, and support for volunteers who go door to door.
From left: Brendan McGill, President and CEO, Harleysville Bank; Jason Donmoyer, former President of Souderton Telford Rotary Club; Leon Moyer, Souderton Telford Rotary Club Member and Souderton Community Park Project Chair; Jean Wieder, Vice President/Business Services, Harleysville Bank and Souderton Telford Rotary Secretary; Scott Little Vice President and Commercial Lender, Harleysville Bank; and Dan Yocum, Souderton Telford Rotary Member and Souderton Borough Mayor. 
Brendan McGill, President and CEO of Harleysville Bank, announces Harleysville Bank proudly pledges to donate $25,000 to the Souderton Telford Rotary Foundation for the Souderton Community Park renovation project. Led by the Souderton-Telford Rotary Club, the scope of the 6-year park revitalization and beautification project requires help from all areas of the community, which is why Harleysville Bank is more than pleased to step up and support the cause.
Photo: Past DG Bob Hobaugh, STRC Foundation Chair Rick Kowey, President Jason Donmoyer, Past President Karla Myers
Our club has received the distinction of being a 100% Paul Harris Club.  In Rotary District 7430, we are the fourth to do so, and join an elite group of only 20% of Rotary clubs worldwide.  The Paul Harris recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation. Rotary established the recognition in 1957 to encourage and show appreciation for substantial contributions to what was then the Foundation’s only program.  Thank you to the generous members of our club for helping us achieve this status!
Left to right: Betsy Roush, Community Relations Manager, Univest Financial Corporation, Mike Keim, President, Univest Bank & Trust Co., Jeff Schweitzer, President and Chief Executive Officer, Univest Financial Corporation, Leon Moyer, Souderton-Telford Rotary and chair of the Park Renovation Committee, Brian Goshow, President, Souderton Borough Council, and Karla Myers, President, Souderton-Telford Rotary.
Univest Financial has stepped forward as a major sponsor for the extensive, six-year renovation and beautification project being completed at Souderton Community Park by the Souderton-Telford Rotary Club and Souderton Borough. 
Rotary Club of Souderton-Telford
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We meet In Person
Thursdays at 5:30 PM
Broad Street Grind or Indian Valley Country Club
BSG: 117 E. Broad Street
IVCC: 650 Bergey Road
Souderton/Telford, PA 18969
United States of America
(267) 281-4497
** 1st & 3rd Thursday: Broad Street Grind, 117 E. Broad Street, Souderton ** 2nd & 4th Thursday: Indian Valley Country Club, 650 Bergey Road, Telford ** 5th Thursday: No Meeting - but a social may be planned. Check Calendar.
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ST Rotary Club
PO Box 135
Souderton PA 18964
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Youth Exchange Chair
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