Warrington Community Day
Warrington Rotary Club is a proud supporter of Warrington Community Day. We have had the pleasure providing and serving hot dogs and hamburgers to the community. This event is always one of our favorite events because it allows us to meet the community and tell them about our involvement in various local, regional, and international programs. George Gianos is the point for this event. Be sure to visit the Warrington Rotary booth on September 24, 2022, at John Paul Park at Lower Nike.
Cornhole Tournament and Rotary Fest
Every year, usually the second Saturday in October, we hold a cornhole tournament at The Shops at Valley Square in Warrington. The event will take place on October 15, 2022, from 12pm to 4pm. See links below for details. The proceeds fund the club sponsorship monies for the year. Sponsors of cornhole boards will have their color logo printed on a pair of boards. Sponsors have the option to keep their boards after the event. Cornhole players of all skill levels and age may participate. Teams of 2 must register to play before the event. Player teams can practice, followed by official play, culminating in playoffs between 16 teams for cash prizes. Food and beverage are available. Warrington Rotary welcomes all players and family to join and enjoy this community event! The coordinator for this event is Bob Williamson.

Norm Levanthal Pancake Breakfast

Each March, Warrington Rotary holds the Norm Levanthal Pancake Breakfast in Warminster, PA. We invite the community to join us for a hearty breakfast, participate in an auction for baskets, a 50/50, and to learn more about the Warrington Rotary Club. The proceeds from this event go to funding the books for the I Like Me program.The coordinator for this program is Bob Williamson.

I Like Me! Books for Kindergarteners

I Like Me! is a program through which Warrington Rotary gifts each kindergarten student in Central Bucks School District with a personalized book which helps children build self-esteem, character, and early learning/reading skills. This program is highly acclaimed by parents, teachers, administrators, and sponsors. Each personalized book includes the child’s name, school, teacher, and the names of two friends. Since 2006, Warrington Rotary has partnered with Barclay Elementary School, Mill Creek Elementary School, Titus Elementary School, and St. Joseph/St. Robert School.
A Warrington Rotary member delivers the books and reads aloud to each class to introduce the program. The book read aloud belongs to the student in the class who needs more encouraging and confidence. Hearing their story read aloud is exciting and the chosen student often actively participate during the reading. The I Like Me! Program is one of the highlights of the school year for kindergartners as many have older siblings who still have their personalized books and they cannot wait to receive their own! Children and parents use the personalized books as cherished keepsakes at home and in classrooms to help build up the youth of the Warrington community. The coordinator for this project is Bob Mallon.
Pool Passes 
Warrington Rotary, in conjunction with the Warrington Police Department, provide one-day passes to the Mary Barness Community pool to local youth and their family. The purpose of the project is to strengthen the bond between the Police and the community. Warrington Rotary funds the passes and police hand them out to children.
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Learn more about the Mary Barness Swim Club

Bringing Smiles to Neshaminy Manor

Since 1965, Warrington Rotarians have been bringing smiles to residents of Neshaminy Manor nursing home during their birthday month. On the first Wednesday of each month, we talk to and sing happy birthday individually to each resident and present them with a small gift of crackers or apple sauce, depending on their diet. We also give a teddy bear to a resident that is new to Neshaminy Manor or are having a hard week and could use a pick me up. This is the longest continuous rotary service project in Rotary District 7430.
John Barclay Elementary School Food Insecurity Program
Forty five percent of the families of students attending the John Barclay Elementary School are experiencing food insecurity. Warrington Rotary members help distribute food through the school’s food pantry each month. We have partnered with the school’s principal, Dr. Joe Brereton, to help the families at Barclay Elementary. The coordinator for the Barclay project is Lou Altomari.
Pennsylvania Center for Adapted Sports
PCAS (https://www.centeronline.com/) has been a leader in providing adapted sports and equipment to
persons with disabilities, including people with spinal cord injuries, amputations, spina bifida, stroke, visual
impairments and more. By providing an outlet for recreation and competitive sports, these programs completely transformed the landscape for the disabled. PCAS sports now include cycling (tandem and hand), climbing, kayaking, rowing (indoor and sculling), skiing, sitting volleyball, yoga, swimming, hockey, triathlon, youth ski camp, and youth track and field. The cycling program has expanded to Philadelphia and Chester Counties, and Wilmington, Delaware. With PCAS programs, people with disabilities in our community have a place to have fun, to exercise, to compete, to socialize, to meet new friends, to be visible, and to fully take part in all aspects of their community. Our athletes derive all the benefits of sport participation, including better health, improved self-esteem, dynamic social interactions and most importantly being a team member and active in their community. In August 2022, Warrington Rotary members constructed a dock ramp destroyed by a hurricane. Peter and Jillian Clayton are the points for PCAS.
Feed My Starving Children
The MobilePack™ program of the Feed My Starving Children organization, connects volunteers from across the United States to children suffering food insecurity around the world. To date, the MobilePack has produced 4,746,460 meals, which translated into feeding enables the missions on the ground around the world to feed 13,004 kids one meal per day for a year. Rotary has made a positive difference in the event's success with their physical support, the commitment of resources, and the financial support needed to have an event.
The Warrington Rotary Club is a sponsor and Rotarians and community members have volunteered to pack meals at the Central Bucks MobilePack events since 2012 over four days each October. The Central Bucks community packs over 1,000,000 meals. The coordinator for the event is Frank McPoyle.
Learn more about Feed My Starving Children at fmsc.org.
Thanksgiving Dinners
Every Thanksgiving, Shragher Chiropractic hosts a dinner program for residents of Willow Knoll. Warrington Rotary participates in this meal drive by donating Thanksgiving meals to residents. In 2022, Glenn Natter and volunteers from Tamanend Middle School delivered 10 Thanksgiving dinners to residents.

Teddy Bears

The Warrington Rotary Club partners with Warrington Police, Fire, and Emergency Medical Services to provide teddy bears for children who have been through a tough situation. We have also given care bears in Neshaminy Manor residents who are having a hard month or are new to Neshaminy Manor. Each teddy bear has a Warrington Rotary Club t-shirt. This program provides comfort during demanding situations.
Cheryl Allen is the point for this project.
Road Angels
The Road Angels of Doylestown is a nonprofit organization of car enthusiasts whose goal is to raise funds for charity while promoting the sport of street rodding. Founded in 1954, the organization promotes family unity, good fellowship, sportsmanship, unity of purpose, good governance, and safety in the sport. Road Angels of Doylestown supports educational programs and local charities, including the Intelligencer Christmas Fund, A Woman’s Place, the K9 Search and Rescue, NOVA, the Upper Bucks Vocational Schools, and others over the years. Each year Warrington Rotary provides a sponsorship to the Road Angels’ Car Show. The annual Car Show took place at the Tile Works in Doylestown with over 600 street rods, classic, custom, and antique cars, and trucks on display.