We welcomed two guests at the March evening meeting at Le Thai Café. Heather Robinson from Hugh O’Brien Youth leadership organization( also known as HOBY) shared with us her personal experience going to this program as a high school student in 2002 and how it positively changed her life. So much so, that she continues to volunteer her time organizing
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Council Members of the Etna Borough were officially inducted as a corporate membership into the Shaler Rotary club during January’s evening meeting held at Silvioni’s restaurant. We look forward to building relationships and partnering with them on many future community servi ce projects to benefit the Shaler Area.
Our club welcomed guest speaker, Joe Johnson, of Shaler EMS. He has been serving our community for 24 years. Shaler EMS is now providing emergency services for Etna Borough. They are an advanced life support unit and received an award for their cardiac care. Be sure to support the annual subscription drive which you should
The Titanbots take home an award and are proudly wearing their Rotary shirts!
Shaler Rotary Club shared a wonderful evening and celebration with the presentation of the Paul Harris Award for Don Mihelic. His son Mike and his family accepted the award in memory of Don and in honor of all his contributions to our community and Shaler Rotary club. The Shaler Chamber Choir provided the evenings entertainment with a beautiful
We wanted to thank librarian Sandy Russell of the Glenshaw Public Library for an informative and entertaining presentation on the different generations. The library is a great asset to our community be sure to check it out.
We wanted to thank Charlie LaVallee of Variety the Children’s charity for joining us for lunch and sharing with us the great work his charity performs. One of these is the “My Bike” program which provides eligible children with disabilities with a adaptive bike so they have the freedom and joy of riding alongside their
The Shaler Rotary Club acquired the district float driven by Ken Batko who escorted the Cub Scouts of Pack 157 from Elfinwild Church, Glenshaw in the Shaler Homecoming parade. The cub scouts are a great organization that we are happy to support. Their oath is: On my honor, I will do my best To do my duty
The Shaler Area Rotary has an evening meeting on the last Wednesday of every month which rotates to a different local business. The goal is to allow Rotarians and guests that can not make the Wednesday lunch meetings at the 412 an opportunity to still participate in Rotary. They are also family friendly events to allow family members
The Shaler Area Rotary club used a grant from Rotary District 7300 and teamed up with Element church of Millvale to host the Backpack block party. 224 backpacks filled with school supplies were donated to local children. The day included lots of fun activities for the kids and their families and included face painting, carnival games,