In honor of and in memory of slain Plymouth Township Officer Bradley Fox, Montgomery Township Supervisors Monday night have donated $1,000 to the Fox Children's Fund.
All in all, the township has budgeted $34,150 in contributions for 2012:
- Annual Employee Service Awards: $2,650
- Non-specified contributions: $1,000
- Montgomery Township Historical Society: $6,000
- Montgomery County Public Library: $9,000
- North Penn Visiting Nurse Association: $2,000
- PEAK Center: $3,000
- Visiting Nurse Association-Community Services: $1,500
- Volunteer Recognition Dinner: $9,000
Those looking to add to the fund can make contributions by mailing or bringing a check to: Continental Bank, 661 Germantown Pike, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462.
Supervisors also authorized a second donation Monday night, this time not from its budget, but from proceeds from the "It's Finally Done Fun Run" 5K race that took place Sept. 9 on the yet-to-be-opened Route 202 Parkway.
A check for $7,219.24 was donated to the Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis Foundation camp program. It was accpeted by Cheryl Pompeo, senior director of special events for JRAF.
and thanked Monday night volunteers, staff, runners and sponsors for the event.
Sponsors for the event included Joseph Ambler Inn (who allowed use of their parking lot for participants); Boucher & James, Inc.; Dischell, Bartle & Dooley; Doylestown Hospital; Gimore & Associates; Traffic Planning & Design; B101 FM; BucksMont Indoor Sports Center; FDMT; Fleet Feet Sports North Wales; Fulton Bank; Life Is Good; Massage Envy; North Wales Water Authority; Outback Steakhouse; RE/MAX - Candyce Fluehr Chimera; Retro Fitness North Wales; Road ID; State Rep. Kate Harper; State Rep. Todd Stephens; Suburban Cyclists Unlimited; Texas Roadhouse; Volunteer Medical Service Corps; Walsh Pancio, LLC; Wawa; and Windmill Day School and Camp.