Creating change in our community and around the world.

The Rotary Club of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania is a diverse organization of local business and community leaders who are united for the common good.

Our members are committed to the Rotary motto, “Service Above Self.”

December 5th

Stacy Mowen Raidt delivered her classification talk today. She is a multimedia sales executive at our hometown newspaper, The Record Herald. Her life story included 4+ years in San Francisco, which she described as a real culture shock after growing up in Waynesboro. "Coming back was easy." Welcome home, Stacy. We're glad you're back. ... See MoreSee Less

Stacy Mowen Raidt delivered her classification talk today.  She is a multimedia sales executive at our hometown newspaper, The Record Herald.  Her life story included 4+ years in San Francisco, which she described as a real culture shock after growing up in Waynesboro.  Coming back was easy.  Welcome home, Stacy.  Were glad youre back.

November 29th

Jeff Hawks briefs the club on the US Army Heritage and Education Center, in Carlisle. They are the repository for 374k books, 242k publications, 20k maps, 75k artifacts, 1.2m classified documents, 1.7m photos, and the personal papers of 500 general officers. Their collection is available to researchers and provides educational opportunities for the public, including a youth "summer camp". The Heritage Trail is about a mile long loop through time from the Revolution to today. ... See MoreSee Less

Jeff Hawks briefs the club on the US Army Heritage and Education Center, in Carlisle.  They are the repository for 374k books, 242k publications, 20k maps, 75k artifacts, 1.2m classified documents, 1.7m photos, and the personal papers of 500 general officers.  Their collection is available to researchers and provides educational opportunities for the public, including a youth summer camp.  The Heritage Trail is about a mile long loop through time from the Revolution to today.

November 22nd

Denny Shockey (background), Rick Mitchell (foreground) and Samantha Martin (not shown), members of Medic 2, the area’s specialized paramedic service, shared their capabilities with the club. Medic 2 brings the emergency room to you.

Business Manager Shockey (background) reviewed their history as an offshoot of the hospital emergency room staff which continues to afford them a great relation with the doctors. He went on to say they serve a population of 69 thousand from locations in Greencastle, Mercersburg and Waynesboro, responding to thousands of calls each year.

Mitchell, a Medic, brought some of their mobile equipment and provided details of the kind of emergencies they respond to, and procedures they employ to save lives and transition patients to better equipped facilities.

Shockey thanked current and past board members and Rotarians Pat Fleagle, Brian Stum, Dick Walsh and Anne Shepard for their help making Medic 2 the great service it is today.
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Denny Shockey (background), Rick Mitchell (foreground) and Samantha Martin (not shown), members of Medic 2, the area’s specialized paramedic service, shared their capabilities with the club.  Medic 2 brings the emergency room to you.  

Business Manager Shockey (background) reviewed their history as an offshoot of the hospital emergency room staff which continues to afford them a great relation with the doctors.  He went on to say they serve a population of 69 thousand from locations in Greencastle, Mercersburg and Waynesboro, responding to thousands of calls each year.  

Mitchell, a Medic, brought some of their mobile equipment and provided details of the kind of emergencies they respond to, and procedures they employ to save lives and transition patients to better equipped facilities. 

Shockey thanked current and past board members and Rotarians Pat Fleagle, Brian Stum, Dick Walsh and Anne Shepard for their help making Medic 2 the great service it is today.

November 14th

Tom Hoffman spoke today about the Waynesboro Area School District's cooperative education program. We learned how he supports students through career exploration, work experience, and internships. He also explained how, as community leaders and business persons, we can support his efforts. ... See MoreSee Less

Tom Hoffman spoke today about the Waynesboro Area School Districts cooperative education program.  We learned how he supports students through career exploration, work experience, and internships.  He also explained how, as community leaders and business persons, we can support his efforts.
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DICTIONARIES DONATED
to Waynesboro schools every year.

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people in India provided with
SAFE DRINKING WATER.

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TOYS GIFTED
to local children every Christmas.

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SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED
to local students every year.

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TRASH REMOVED
from Waynesboro roads every year.

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Year

Pennsylvania
ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY AWARD.

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donated last year to
SUPPORT LOCAL PARKS.

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donated to
EASTER SEALS.

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ADDITIONAL DONATIONS
to the local community annually.