Warrington Rotary Club Renovates Bus Station Shelters

 
Warrington, PA – August 20, 2015– Passengers waiting for buses in Warrington will notice some changes. The bus shelters and benches on 611 in Warrington are being renovated.  The Warrington Rotary has funded this project and plans to revamp all the bus stops on the 611 route in Warrington.
 
Chuck Ciochetto, President of the Warrington Rotary Club stated “The Warrington Rotary was thrilled to take part in this project. It’s exciting to see the updated bus stops and we look forward to continuing the renovations. I appreciate the hard work of many dedicated Rotarians, especially Billy Mogg who has been personally involved in every installation”.
 
There are two new shelters located at the Warrington Mews Pavilion Shopping Center and in front of Home Depot with 4 more being planned. Additionally, six benches were installed along the 611 corridor through Warrington.
 
Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. Rotary Club of Warrington, District 7430 has been serving the community since 1965.
 
Pictured Left to Right: Michael Mattie, John Paul, Joe Bonargo, Bob Williamson and Chuck Ciochetto, Club President. (Billy Mogg is absent from picture)