PHOTO COURTESY OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF THE ABINGTONS Salvation Army Major Bob Schmig stopped by a recent Rotary Club of the Abingtons meeting to receive the proceeds of the club's bell-ringing efforts the weekends between Thanksgiving and Christmas. From left: Schmig and club president, Ryan Campbell.
PHOTO COURTESY OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF THE ABINGTONS Members of the Rotary Club of the Abingtons who participated in the kettle drive, from left, front row: Ned Connell, Howard Hyde, Gail Cicerini (co-chair), Gus Vlassis, Noreen Thomas, Ryan Campbell, Major Schmig, Diane Calabro (co-chair), Leah Rudolph and Roger Mattes (district governor). Second row: Jim Pravlik, Dave Griffen, Bruce Valentine, Warren Watkins, Joe LaCoe and Skip Nelson.
S. ABINGTON TWP. — Salvation Army’s Major Bob Schmig attended a recent Rotary Club of the Abingtons meeting to accept the funds raised by club members over the weekends between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Schmig also presented a certificate of appreciation for the club’s ongoing commitment to the work of Salvation Army.
The funds were raised through the Rotarians volunteer bell-ringing efforts as they manned the traditional red kettle during the holidays.