Looping Project Complete at Camp Hill Borough Hall

The Camp Hill Borough Council thanked the West Shore Sertoma Club for its $4,000 gift to complete the “Looping Project” on March 13th.  This will make it possible for those with hearing aids that have T-coil technology to hear sound transmitted from microphones in Prosser Hall – something they would not be able to do without the newly installed product.

The meeting was attended by Rick Woodard, councilman and President, as well as President Elect Mark Dixon, Secretary Peter Jones and Chris Rehn.

The West Shore Sertoma thanks all members, donors, and volunteers who helped raise the $4,000 for this important project!

Click Here for more Information about “Looping”.

Thank You Bowlers, Sponsors, and Volunteers!

Sertoma Bowl-A-ThonThank you Bowlers, Sponsors, and Volunteers for raising more than $8,400 this year!  This money will be used to continue financial support for the Special Olympics Area M, The United Methodist Home for Children, The Allison Hill Fund, New Hope Ministries, and other local charities.

We also want to thank RJ Harris and WHP 580 for supporting our event this year!

Lots of fun was had by all!  Click here to see all of the Bowl-A-Thon photos.

What We Do

The Sertoma International organization has identified speech and hearing disorders as its primary charitable cause.  In keeping with this focus, the WSSC has provided camp scholarships for hearing impaired youth and participated in baseball camps and basketball clinics for deaf children and adolescents.

Many of our club members are trained as hearing screeners and have volunteered countless hours with the Hear Say Sertoma Club’s hearing van, testing individuals for hearing loss. We also offer scholarships to students interested in this field. Click here to learn more.

Here at the West Shore SERTOMA club (WSSC), we support many local charities including:

  • The United Methodist Home for Children – provides a refuge for children from troubled Homes and for children who have lost direction in their lives. Over the years, the WSSC has provided funding for the purchase of computer equipment, Christmas gifts, as well as financial support for the Equine Therapy and Independent Living Programs.
  • Special Olympics – Area M – provides year round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
  • Easter Seals Central PA – provides services for individuals with special needs in Central PA.

Now that we’ve piqued your interest of becoming a potential member or helping us out, find out how!

Please contact us anytime! We look forward to hearing from you.

We are now at  Servant’s Heart for lunch. We meet the first three Tuesday’s of every month.  Click here for directions to Servant’s Heart or to contact us.