This holiday, the community came together in ways that were both awesome and inspiring.  Many do not know about the Colonial Neighborhood Council (CNC), our local food pantry, on E. 4th Street, but the Conshohocken Plymouth Whitemarsh Rotary Club (CPW Rotary) was able to partner with many local businesses to ensure that the pantry’s shelves were stocked for the holidays.  All around the borough there was activity for those in our community who are less fortunate and it shows the true spirit of our borough and the value of being good neighbors.

        This was all incredibly heartening but we must all remember that organizations such as CNC need our help, manpower and donations all year long.  CNC is just the tip of the iceberg as there are many wonderful organizations around our area that help cater to those in need including Cradles to Crayons, David’s New Day, Salvation Army, Simon’s Fund, Philabundance, Habitat for Humanity, Gaudenzia, Hedwig House and many others.  Conshohocken is on the rise in so many ways but we cannot forget that there is plenty of need all around us, even in times of great prosperity.  I urge all members of our community to remember these many great organizations all year long and that all are welcome to be in touch with the CPW Rotary Club as a contact point to do good.

Aronson for Mayor