Rotary Club of Doylestown Honors Ivy Hill for Service to Community at 6th Annual Four-Way Test Breakfast
$3000 awarded for Ivy Hill Summer Camp
DOYLESTOWN, Pa – The Rotary Club of Doylestown honored Ivy Hill as a grant recipient along other nine other community organizations at its 6th Annual Four-Way Test Breakfast on Wednesday, April 29, 2015, at the Doylestown Country Club.
Representatives of ten local non-profit organizations received Rotary community grants to meet an outstanding need within the communities they serve. Along with Ivy Hill, the community grant recipients included: Doylestown Fire Co.; Shelter Box; Camp Discovery, Network of Victims’ Assistance (NOVA); Child, Home and Community; the Ted Lindeman Outreach Foundation; the Ivy Hill Foundation; and Tabor Children’s Services.
The Four-Way Test has been used by Rotarians for over sixty years as a guideline for moral and ethical standards in business, community and personal affairs. The Four Way test asks four questions of the things we think, say or do – Is it the Truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build goodwill and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
For more information about the Rotary Club of Doylestown, visit www.doylestownrotary.org.
About the Doylestown Rotary:
The Rotary Club of Doylestown is a volunteer service organization whose 60 members donate their time and resources to help others locally and throughout the world. Founded in 1924, Doylestown Rotary meets weekly to practice “Service above Self”. Among its many community programs, the club sponsors scholarships for high school students, coordinates international exchange programs, provides volunteers for community events, and funds worthy local projects. The Doylestown Rotary strives to encourage and foster service as a basis of worthy enterprise. For more information visit www.doylestownrotary.org.
Editor’s Note: Photo Captions (Photos are courtesy of the Rotary Club of Doylestown)
Rotary Grant Recipients: Rotary Club of Doylestown awarded community grants totaling $20,000 to ten local organizations to expand their services or meet outstanding needs in the communities they serve.