The members of the West Shore Sertoma Club present a check
for $1000.00 to Eric Saunders, Executive Director of New Hope
Ministries. New Hope serves the needs of the community by
giving food, utility assistance and educational opportunities at
various locations in Cumberland and York counties.
Sertoma is Service to mankind, a non profit organization
which raises funds to assist various charities. Their main
emphasis is working with hearing impaired people and various
organizations which assist them.
A huge thanks to all of our sponsors and supporters of our 2015 golf outing. Not only did we have a great time, but because of all of your generosity we will be able to donate over $4500.00 back to our local community! We look forward to seeing you next year.
Great news, we received a very nice thank you letter from Gardner-Webb University where one of our scholarship winners attends. Please take the time to read it.
The west shore Sertoma Annual Golf scramble is scheduled for September 24th 2015. See the below attachment for a registration form and sponsor opportunities.
Lets take the time to thank our silver sponsors. So far 4 Companies have generously came forward for us.
The Allison Hill Fund
I want to thank all of our sponsors, bowlers, donors, and club members for making the 2015 bowl a thon a huge success. We had a net profit of over $10,000.00 this year allowing us to help so many of our benefactors, including over $8,000.00 to the United Methodists Children’s Home. A hearty thank you to Jack Panas for all of his hard work as the chairman of this committee.
I have updated our membership page with this years officers and inserted a application for membership. Please join us for lunch and bring your completed application, we would love to have you!
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”.