Rotary Club donates $20K to school's stadium project


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The Milford-Matamoras Rotary Club recently donated $20,000 to the Delaware Valley School District to benefit the Warrior Stadium entrance and ticket booth project. The school says it's very grateful to the Rotary Club for the club's generosity, which will serve the more than 20,000 people who use this entrance annually to attend the home games of 25 Warrior teams and for special events such as the Special Olympics, Relay for Life, and Delaware Valley's graduation ceremony. "DVSD is proud to be a long-time partner of the Milford-Matamoras Rotary Club in making Pike County a better place to live, work and play," says the school. (Photo provided)


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