For the second year in a row, the Rotary Club of West Shore was one of many area organizations that participated in the Camp Hill Parade of Lights for Toys for Tots. This year's event was held at Willow Park on December 8-9. The event featured a walking tour of the displays as well as a trolley tour for those who preferred to ride. Mother Nature was exceptionally kind during the two night event.
As in the past, the Parade enables children in Central PA to receive a toy for the holidays through the USMC Toys for Tots program. Each year, the cost of admission is a new, unwrapped toy donation or a monetary donation that goes towards purchasing toys for the program.
The RCWS display was Rotary themed and featured a lit Rotary wheel, four arches representing the four-way test, and seven lit trees to signify the seven areas of focus. Kudos to our club members who helped design, craft, install, and visit this year's display!