Community Bulletin Board

  • This page was created to provide information about opportunities and events within the Radnor community. We value these relationships. Should you have any news that may be of interest to RTSD, please email Michael Petitti or Allison Gangl.

    Please note: The links listed below may connect you to organizations outside of RTSD website. RTSD its not responsible for the content of these external pages. The listings below are posted as a courtesy to Radnor community groups and are the explicit views and events of the related community group. RTSD does not endorse these views or events in any way.

Current Listings

  • Battle of the Badges Blood Drive, June 7 from 9 a.m.-7 p.m.

    Radnor Township Police Department and Fire Company will compete to see who can recruit the most eligible community blood donors during their first American Red Cross “Battle of the Badges” blood drive. The drive is Mon., June 7 from 9 a.m.- 7 p.m. at the Radnor Township Activity Center (125 S. Wayne Ave). All presenting donors will receive a free T-shirt, while supplies last. Donors are asked to schedule an appointment prior to arriving at the drive and are required to wear a face mask. To schedule an appointment, visit RedCrossBlood.org and enter sponsor code RADNOR or call 1-800-REDCROSS. Learn more on Radnor.org

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  • RHS Second Set of Hands Food Drive, June 5 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

    The Radnor High School A Second Set of Hands (SSoH) club is partnering with Main Line Health to host a drive-up food drive to collect specific food items to be shared with oncology patiends and their families in our community as they make their way through the difficult time of treatment and recovery. The items listed focus on easy-to-digest, higher calorie, protein foods, and self-care tools. 

    Donations can be dropped off at the Radnor Middle School Bus Loop (150 Louella Avenue, Wayne) on Saturday, June 5 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. SSoH members will be outside to collect and organize all donations. Please note that this laist has been created by healthcare professionals to ensure the safety of patients, and we will not be able to accept any other items not listed.

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  • Penn Medicine Presents "Covid 19 and Gen Z: When Can I Get My Life Back?"

    Radnor Township School District community partner Penn Medicine Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine invites patients, families and friends to attend "Covid 19 and Gen Z: When Can I Get My Life Back," a candid discussion with our nation's leading expert on the COVID-19 Pandemic, Anthony S. Fauci, MD, on Fri., June 18 from 11 a.m.-12 p.m.

    Join via Zoom: https://www.livecast.video/FauciGenZ. Presentation will also be made available on YouTube. Questions? Contact PmEvents@upenn.edu

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  • Radnor Conservancy Summer Internship Opportunities

    The Radnor Conservancy would like to offer a number of summer internships for 2021. We are looking for individuals with a variety of strengths and interests. Please send your CV, letter of interest and two references to Gretchen Groebel, Executive Director via email at ggroebel@radnorconservancy.org and I would be happy to discuss different opportunities. Coaching, mentoring and resume assistance offered during summer internships. Unpaid internship. Possible projects are listed below.

    • Park Management Projects (Research on how and who would put this plan in place)
    • Vine & Invasive Cleanups (organize cleanups in local parks in need)
    • Environmentally Based Educational Programming (develop future programs)
    • Recycling Awareness
    • Developing Social Media Presence & Website Maintenance
    • Database Management
    • Help develop Shade Tree Ordinance awareness(how to reach Radnor Township residents)

    This is a perfect time to reflect on our beautiful community and also raise awareness for our next generation of environmentally conscious citizens. We plan to make a deeper connection to local school groups and interact with a broad multigenerational audience and continue to partner with other organizations to reach this goal.

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  • DCTS Licensed Practical Nursing Program Open House

    Delaware County Technical School (DCTS) is hosting a virtual open house for the Licensed Practical Nursing Program, recently recognized as the top higher-education program in Pennsylvania by Georgetown University, on June 2 at 5 p.m.

    The Licensed Practical Nursing program provides hands-on learning and clinical experience for those looking to re-enter the workforce, advance in their current healthcare career or begin a career in the medical field. LPNs are board-licensed, and have opportunities to work in a variety of healthcare settings including mental health facilities, long-term care facilities, outpatient centers, and more.

    As your senior students get closer to their graduation day, DCTS would like to invite students to attend a virtual open house to increase awareness of the program, and convey the endless opportunities and benefits of becoming an LPN.

    Registration is required. Click here to RSVP for the open house.

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  • Radnor Memorial Library Events - May

    Radnor Memorial Library is hosting a variety of Youth Events in May. For more information on events, view the flyer or visit the Radnor Memorial Library calendar.

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  • Radnor Historical Society Seeking Volunteers

    The Radnor Historical Society is looking for high school and college age volunteers for this summer and beyond. Projects including scanning documents and photographs, cataloging objects, cataloging books,cleaning and organizing rooms of the Finely House and the Wagon Barn, gardening or anything else that interests the volunteer. Flexible schedule. No minimum number of hours required.

    All Covid protocols followed, including an air cleaner in our work room. Masks must be worn. If you would like to volunteer, please email RHS President Jennifer Beacom at President@RadnorHistory.org.

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  • College Essay and Application Boot Camp

    My Admissions Sherpa, in conjunction with Learning to Lead, is offering a one week workshop that will transform the fall of your senior year, and help you get in to the school of your choice!

    Students will work with professional college admissions consultants to:

    • create a list of Good Match schools
    • complete the Common or Coalition application
    • write their admissions essay
    • develop their resume of activities
    • learn how to organize and manage application submission
    • participate in a Q/A panel with current college students from local schools
    • after camp, students will have access to My Admissions Sherpa's exclusive online program to guide them through the rest of the college application process
     
    Only 12 students per class | 4:1 student teacher ratio
    Select from one of four programs
    $475 per session until 3/31, $499 after 3/31 

    Previous years' programs sold out. Early registration encouraged. Click here to learn more.

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