The Shaler Rotary club secured a matching grant and donated $5000 to the Shaler Area Backpack Initiative. This program was established to assist district students and their siblings in need of weekend food supplies. It was established in 2014 at the Shaler Area Middle School. Each family participating in this program receives a bag packed
Despite the challenges of the pandemic and quarantine, the Shaler Area Rotary Club remains focused on serving the local community. The club continues to meet every other Wednesday at 7:00PM for Zoom meetingsand has focused on projects to address food shortages and to support local food banks. The Rotary club recently donated $15,000 to local
Congratulations to 2020 Shaler seniors, Elisa Gabriel and Gabriella Mizera, for being the recipients of $2000 scholarships from the Shaler Area Rotary club. Elisa will be attending Duquesne and Gabriella will be attending the University of Pittsburgh. We wish the both of them the best of luck in college as they pursue their goals and
Shaler Rotarians proved that many hands make light work as they finished their service project to replace worn cushions and chair backs and seats at apartments at the Hearth Home.
Shaler Area Rotary club teamed up with Variety the Children’s Charity to donate an adaptive bike to a local child. The presentation took place at the University of Pittsburgh.
Mt Royal VFW 9199 hosted Boy Scout Troop 138 who did a fantastic job with a flag retirement ceremony. Many of the flags were collected by the Shaler Area and Northern Allegheny Rotary clubs. It was a great collaboration among three great organizations.
Rotarian Matt Schlegel was awarded a Paul Harris Fellow in recognition of his service as a past president of the Shaler Area Rotary club and for his numerous contributions and community service efforts in our community.
Congratulations to Nora Peace for being award the distinguished Paul Harris Award for her volunteer and service contributions in the Shaler Community.
The Shaler Rotary club was joined by the Cub Scouts of Troop 157 and pulled them on the Rotary District 7300 Float in the annual Shaler Area Homecoming parade
The Shaler Area Rotary club was happy to commit $5000 to the North Hills Community Outreach to support their relief efforts in Millvale. The club was also able to help secure funding with help from the previous Millvale Rotary club for an additional $20,000 to go toward flood relief. The effort involved a great amount