The Warminster Rotary Club is much more than a great meal and fellowship.....we're food for your brain too!

Read more about our upcoming speakers.
Most of our club meetings feature speakers on many different topics that Rotary can support.  The more we know about things that surround us, the better we serve as Rotarians. Check out these upcoming topics and plan to attend!
1/4/23  Centennial Special Education Alliance  Christine Mathis and Kathryn McNamara, Co-Founders.    The Centennial Special Education Alliance was founded in 2021 to fill a crucial void within the local special needs parenting community.  The Alliance helps inform families who need extra support outside of what the school district offers for neurodiverse children.  It is independent of the Centennial School District and the only parent-led special needs support group of it's kind in Centennial.    Visit their website for more information!
1/11/23  Delaware Riverkeeper Network   Fred Stein, Community Action Coordinator 
Established in 1988 the Delaware Riverkeeper Network, a 501(c)(3) are a group of volunteers who work throughout the entire Delaware River Watershed on issues, actions, regulations, legislation, policies, programs and decisions that impact the health of our Delaware River Watershed waterways and our ability to protect and restore them for the benefit of all.
Delaware Riverkeeper Network
1/25/23  Autism Cares Foundation   Jacqui Makowski, Executive Director.  The Autism Cares Foundation differentiates itself from other organizations raising funds for autism.  Their support support revolves around improving the life experiences for children, teens, and adults with autism today.  Short-term efforts center on providing various activities where children and young adults with autism can participate. One of the many challenges with a child or young adult with autism is to provide them with as typical of a life as possible. Presently, there are few places where children with autism can play sports together or engage in any type of structured play, physical fitness or other activities.
2/1/23 Angel Flight East, Madeline Beck, Community Outreach Coordinator 
Angel Flight East provides free air transportation to qualified patients and their families by arranging flights to distant medical facilities, delivering supplies to disaster areas, and reuniting families during desperate times. 
2/8/23 Ending Mass Incarceration  Bob Lankin    Join us for a presentation from Past District 7450 Governor Bob Lankin as he talks about Ending Mass Incarceration.   Bob is a principle at Raymond James investments. 
2/22/23  Ordinary Actions, Extraordinary Results  Kevin Crook of Raymond James Financial Services presents how our ordinary actions can produce extraordinary results.
3/1/23  PA Health Management  Cynthia Seemiller, Sr. Director of Community Participation and Supports  
The mission PAHM is to deliver better health and wellness outcomes for individuals and communities through innovation and quality care. PAHM’s vision is to transform healthcare with innovation and integrated systems to enhance health outcomes for individuals and communities.
3/8/23, BARC Developmental Services, Erin Pracher, Director of Community Outreach
BARC Developmental Services assists and supports individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism to reach their fullest potential, lead happy lives and contribute to their community.
3/22/23 Super Loa CBD  Tamara Ali Bey   CBD occurs naturally in the hemp plant.  It is one of the most concentrated cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant, though it gets much less attention then its well-known psychoactive cousin, THC.   If you're curious about this industry and the positive experiences that so many people dealing pain management have, you need to join us on 3/22 for this presentation by the owner of Super Loa CBD, Tamara Ali Bey.  
3/29/23  Polio Plus   Carol Ferguson, coordinator at District 7430 discusses PolioPlus.
When we talk about Polio Plus, we know we are eradicating polio.   The "plus" stands for all the other things associated with the eradication campaign.  It might be a hand-operated tricycle or access to water.   It might be additional medical treatment, bed nets, or soap.   Join us on January 11th when we'll be discussing all the "plusses" of Polio Plus.