Green Tree Rotary Club

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Unity Presbyterian Church
1146 Greentree Road
Greentree, PA 15220
United States of America
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Green Tree Rotary is pleased to announce it’s 2019 Scholarship recipients.  Rebecca Voss and Mirabella Stump were each awarded $1,500 for their academic endeavors.   Rebecca attended Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School and plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh, Main Campus, to obtain a degree in Engineering.  Mirabella attended Keystone Oaks High School and plans to attend Duquesne University to study Pre-Med, and ultimately become a Pediatric Cardiologist.   Green Tree Rotary extends a warm congratulations to these two talented women!
Green Tree Rotary is pleased to announce its scholarship winners for 2018.  Daniel Bigley and Richard Bochicchip were each awarded a $1,500 scholarship for their college education.  Daniel Bigley graduated from Bishop Canevin High School and plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh.  Richard Bochicchio also graduated from Bishop Canevin High School and plans to attend Grove City College in the Fall.   
 
In the photo, left to right:  Del McBane, President, Richard Rothrock, Daniel Bigley, Richard Bochicchio, and Richard Canello.
The Green Tree Rotary Golf Outing was very successful.  Over 80 golfers enjoyed a wonderful day of golf, then a delicious dinner of chicken and ribs at Chartiers Country Club on August 27, 2018.  See the Photo Albums for photos of the golfers and Rotarians enjoying the day.  
The Green Tree Rotary Annual Charity Golf Outing will be on Monday, August 28, 2017 at Chartiers Country Club in Robinson Township, PA.  Admission of $140 includes 18 holes of golf with golf cart, skill and door prizes, boxed lunch, delicious buffet dinner, 50/50 raffle, Chinese Auction and Silent Auction.  Play will be either a Scramble or Shamble, at the Golf Pro's discretion.  Registration begins at 10:45, box lunch is at 11:30, and the shotgun start is at 12:00 noon.  Dinner is served at 5:00.  The golf outing flyer is available at the "Download" section of this website.  For more information, contact Barb Bennett, 412-445-6116, barb.bennett2@gmail.com.  
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