| Easter Baskets, March 23, 2013 |
| Green Tree Rotary rings the Salvation Army Bell |
| Christmas Caroling at HCR Manorcare, 2012 |
| The Dictionary Project, 2012 |
| District Govenor Tom Fallon visits GT Rotary |
| Rotary Social at Hilary Holste's Home |
| Green Tree Rotary Golf Outing, July 16, 2012 |
| Rotary Social, July 7, 2012, Montz' home |
| Scholarship Winners, 2012 |
| Book Fair at Boys and Girls Club |
| Free Book Fair, Stevens Elementary, Jan. 2012 |
| White Elephant, 2011 |
| Christmas Caroling at HCR Manorcare 2011 |
| Salvation Army Bell Ringing, Dec. 2011 |
| Green Tree Rotary Food Drive, October 8, 2011 |
| Dictionary Project, October 13, 2011 |
| Golf Outing July 18, 2011, Chartiers Country Club |
| New Year in Rotary, June 30, 2011 |
| Career Shadow Day, March 31, 2011 |
| Scholarship Winners 2011 |
| Easter Baskets, April 9, 2011 |
| Rotary Social, March 26, 2011 |
| Salvation Army Bell Ringing, Dec. 19, 2010 |
| Christmas Caroling at HCR Manor Care, 2010 |
| Dictionary Project for Third Graders 2010 |
| Green Tree Rotary Food Drive, 2010 |
| Rotary Pancake Breakfast, Oct. 2010 |
| Golf Outing 2010, Chartiers Country Club |
| Dictionaries for Third Graders |
| Pancake Breakfast |
| White Elephant Christmas 2009 |
| The New Rotary Year June 25, 2009 |
| Green Tree Food Drive |
| Golf Outing 2009 |
| Scholarship Winners 2009 |
| Salvation Army Bell Ringing |
| Octoberfest 2009 |
| Important Events in 2009 |
| New Year's Eve Meeting |
| Caroling at HCR Manor Care 2009 ||
Service Above Self
We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Wallace Memorial Presbyterian Church
1146 Greentree Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15220-3131
Apr 07, 2013
As of April 11, 2013 we have moved our meeting location to Wallace Memorial Presbyterian Church at 1146 Greentree Road Pittsburgh, PA 15220-3131. Meetings will be held in the Fellowship Hall. Proceed to back of the church to parking lot. Go in the red door with the "WELCOME" awning above. The meetings will be held downstairs in "Fellowship hall". There are signs to direct you to hall. You can get there by stairs or elevator.
Posted by Barbara L. Bennett on May 03, 2013
The Green Tree Rotary Golf Outing will be Monday, July 15, 2013 at the Chartiers Country Club. Registration and Lunch will be from 11-12, and the shotgun start will be at 12:00 noon. Admission of $130 includes 18 holes of golf, golf cart, door and skill prizes, box lunch, and delicious buffet dinner. The golf outing flyer is available at the download section of this website.
Posted by Marc Myers on Mar 23, 2013
Greentree Rotary members prepared 130 Easter Baskets and distributed them to shut-ins within the Green Tree area.
Posted by Marc Myers on Feb 28, 2013
John Herington and Ed Grimes present the 2013 Restaurant Raffle winner Harry Sally with his 12 restaurant certificates
Posted by Marc Myers on Feb 28, 2013
President John Herington at Green Tree Borough's meet & greet for new residents.
Posted by Barbara L. Bennett on Dec 09, 2012
Greentree Rotary, Bishop Canevin Interact Club, and many friends sang Christmas Carols to the residents of HCR Manorcare on Greentree Road on Dec. 9, 2012. The residents greatly enjoyed the singing and many joined in.
Posted by Barbara L. Bennett on Oct 20, 2012
Green Tree Rotary and Bishop Canevin Interact Club collected food from Green Tree residents on Saturday, October 20, 2012.
Posted by Barbara L. Bennett on Oct 18, 2012
Green Tree Rotary gave dictionaries to 430 third grade students in local elementary schools. This is part of The Dictionary Project, which is a national program working to put dictionaries in the hands of third grade students throughout the country. The goal of this program is to assist all students in becoming good writers, active readers, creative thinkers, and resourceful learners by providing them with their own personal dictionary. The dictionaries are a gift to each student to use at school and at home for years to come. Educators see third grade as the dividing line between learning to read and reading to learn, so we encourage our sponsors to give dictionaries each year to children in the third grade. We gave dictionaries to the students at Pittsburgh Westwood, Langley, Banksville, and Weil Elementary Schools, St Margaret of Scotland Elementary School and Keystone Oaks Elementary Schools, Aiken, Dormont and Myrtle Elementary Schools. The children loved them.
Posted by Barbara L. Bennett on Sep 20, 2012
Green Tree Rotary had a very successful Golf Outing on July 18, 2012 at the Chartiers Country Club. With the proceeds of the Golf Outing, we were able to donate $5,663 to the Pittsburgh Institute of Neurodegenerative Diseases (PIND) and $5,663 to Lending Hearts. J. Timothy Greenamyre, M.D., Ph.D., Director, Pittsburgh Institute for Neurodegenerative Diseases, accepted the check for PIND. PIND is working to find treatments and cures for neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease and other movement disorders. Vasso Palouris accepted the check for Lending Hearts. Lending Hearts works to provide a social network for children with cancer.
Posted by Barbara L. Bennett on Aug 30, 2012
Green Tree Rotary met at Hale Park on Thursday, August 30, 2012.
Posted by Barbara L. Bennett
Rotary District 7300 Govenor Tom Fallon visited Green Tree Rotary on August 23, 2012. We shared with him our goals for the year on some of our unique approaches to raising funds and contributing to the community. He shared with us some of his visions for District 7300. He was presented with a "Green Tree" from the club.
Posted by Barbara L. Bennett on Jul 16, 2012
Green Tree Rotary enjoyed a very successful Golf Outing at Chartiers Country Club on Monday, July 16, 2012. We had 127 golfers enjoying the beautiful golf course. It was a very warm day but everyone seemed to be having a great time. After a great day golfing, everyone moved inside (to the airconditioning) and a delicious dinner served up by the Chartiers Country Club's wonderful chef. Take a look at our photo album of the day's golfers.
Posted by Barbara L. Bennett on Jul 07, 2012
Green Tree Rotary enjoyed a beautiful evening on the patio of Dave and Mary Montz on Saturday evening, July 7, 2012. Guitarist and singer Jamie Wright entertained us with his amazing performance. He took special requests and gave a wonderful performance. We also had a delicious dinner and just enjoyed hanging out with our friends in Rotary.
Posted by Steven L. Burkett on May 31, 2012
Green Tree Rotary is proud to announce the winners of its 2012 Scholarship. Each student received $1,500 to assist in their college expenses. The scholarship committee was Steve Burkett (chair) and Richard Canello. The winners are: Rachel Struble who attended Robinson Christian Academy and plans to attend Grove City College to major in Electrical Engineering; Kevin Mechas who attended Bishop Canevin High School and plans to attend Washington & Jefferson College to major in Accounting; and Marc McCann who attended Keystone Oaks High School and plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh to major in Pharmacy. Green Tree Rotary would like to congratulate these deserving students.
Posted by Barbara L. Bennett on Apr 20, 2012
Green Tree Rotary held a free book fair for the children who attend Carnegie Boys and Girls Club's afterschool program in Carnegie. Each child was able to pick out several books that interest them. We also gave 1,100 children's books to the children at Weil Elementary School in the Hill District on April 27, 2012.
Posted by W. David Montz on Mar 31, 2012
Green Tree Rotary prepared 125 Easter Baskets for delivery to area shut-ins on Saturday, March 31, 2012. The baskets had goodies such as a puzzle book, a plant (donated by the Green Tree Garden Club), healthy snacks, fresh fruit and candy. The Rotarians visited with the shut-ins for a few minutes to brighten the day of so many who needed it.
Posted by Barbara L. Bennett on Apr 10, 2012
We gave free books to the students at Shaeffer Intermediate School, grades 4-8, in Sheraden on Tuesday, April 10, 2012. Each child was able to choose 4-5 free books of interest to them. We are also giving 500 preschool books to Allegheny County's Headstart Program, for the children to take home with them. On April 20, we gave books to the children at the Boys & Girls Club in Carnegie's afterschool program. We received the leftover books from the Pleasant Hills Library Book Sale and the book sale at Castle Shannon Library and are giving them to children in underpriviliged neighborhoods. This is recycling at its best!
Posted by Barbara L. Bennett on Jan 23, 2012
Green Tree Rotary held a Free Book Fair at Thaddeus Stevens Elementary in the Elliott neighborhood of Pittsburgh in January, 2012. Green Tree Rotary collected gently-used books throughout the year. The books were sorted by age group, and the children were able to each pick four free books. The children were thrilled. Many of these children did not have many books to call their own. We’re trying to change that!
Posted by W. David Montz on Jan 15, 2012
Green Tree Rotary met at Dave Montz's home on Sunday, January 15, 2012. We prepared 70 nutritious bag lunches for homeless. We had a great time doing a great thing!