100 Years of Service to our Community and the World!!!

Tod Kline, Rick Boyer, DG Dana Orsini, DGE Vicki Zimmerman, DG Jack Cowen, and Bob Zimmerman led us in our 100th anniversary of Rotary Club of Waynesboro.

 

The Rotary Club of Waynesboro proudly enters its second century of service to our community and the world.

We welcome you to join us in our committment to making a change for the bettetr.  We hope you’ll enjoy this website and visit us at one of our weekly meetings.  We’d love to show you what Rotary is all about..

Keep an eye on our Facebook page for info on our weekly meetings and for more information on how we’re engaging, and email rotarywboro@gmail.com if you find things in the community for which the club can help.

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.”

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Friday May 20th

Each year the Rotary Club of Waynesboro offers three levels of scholarships to students of Waynesboro Area Senior High School. The scholarships and their winners for 2022 - 2023 are:
– Thompson Memorial Scholarship – Tristin Heyward and Kayla Thompson. Thompson Scholarships are offered to two applicants each year who are qualified academically, exhibit service to others, and need financial help in completing a four year collegiate degree. This scholarship was established in 1993 by Rotarian William W. Thompson in memory of his father, William A. Thompson, a former Rotary President. The current value of this scholarship is $4000 for each selected candidate and is distributed $500 per semester.
– Merit Scholarship Award- Hannah Knepper and Grace Mabry. The Waynesboro Rotary Merit Scholarship was established in 2015. It is based on the Rotary motto “Service above Self”, and is presented to two individuals who achieve academic excellence as well as demonstrate their commitment to their school and community. The current value of this scholarship to each selected candidate is $1000 distributed as a lump sum.
– Angela D. Piatt Memorial Vocational-Technical Scholarship- Austin David Wolff. The Angela D. Piatt Vocational-Technical (Vo-Tech) Scholarship was established in 2019. It provides financial support to a student who demonstrates academic ability, financial need and who intends to further their education through Vo-Tech training. Also based on the Rotary motto “Service above Self”, the applicant’s participation in activities of the school and community, demonstrating an aptitude for service to others, will be considered. A $1000 scholarship is awarded, paid directly to the institution at $500.00 per semester over a one year program.
Pictured here are (l.to r.): Kayla Thompson, Grace Mabry, Austin Dvid Wolff, Hannah Knepper, Tristen Heyward
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Friday May 20th

Each year the Rotary Club of Waynesboro offers three levels of scholarships to students of Waynesboro Area Senior High School. The scholarships and their winners for 2022 - 2023 are:
– Thompson Memorial Scholarship – Tristin Heyward and Kayla Thompson. Thompson Scholarships are offered to two applicants each year who are qualified academically, exhibit service to others, and need financial help in completing a four year collegiate degree. This scholarship was established in 1993 by Rotarian William W. Thompson in memory of his father, William A. Thompson, a former Rotary President. The current value of this scholarship is $4000 for each selected candidate and is distributed $500 per semester.
– Merit Scholarship Award- Hannah Knepper and Grace Mabry. The Waynesboro Rotary Merit Scholarship was established in 2015. It is based on the Rotary motto “Service above Self”, and is presented to two individuals who achieve academic excellence as well as demonstrate their commitment to their school and community. The current value of this scholarship to each selected candidate is $1000 distributed as a lump sum.
– Angela D. Piatt Memorial Vocational-Technical Scholarship- Austin David Wolff. The Angela D. Piatt Vocational-Technical (Vo-Tech) Scholarship was established in 2019. It provides financial support to a student who demonstrates academic ability, financial need and who intends to further their education through Vo-Tech training. Also based on the Rotary motto “Service above Self”, the applicant’s participation in activities of the school and community, demonstrating an aptitude for service to others, will be considered. A $1000 scholarship is awarded, paid directly to the institution at $500.00 per semester over a one year program.
Pictured here are (l.to r.): Kayla Thompson, Grace Mabry, Austin Dvid Wolff, Hannah Knepper, Tristen Heyward
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Each year the Rotary Club of Waynesboro offers three levels of scholarships to students of Waynesboro Area Senior High School.  The scholarships and their winners for 2022 - 2023 are:
–  Thompson Memorial Scholarship – Tristin Heyward and Kayla Thompson.  Thompson Scholarships are offered to two applicants each year who are qualified academically, exhibit service to others, and need financial help in completing a four year collegiate degree.  This scholarship was established in 1993 by Rotarian William W. Thompson in memory of his father, William A. Thompson, a former Rotary President.  The current value of this scholarship is $4000 for each selected candidate and is distributed $500 per semester.
– Merit Scholarship Award- Hannah Knepper and Grace Mabry.  The Waynesboro Rotary Merit Scholarship was established in 2015.  It is based on the Rotary motto “Service above Self”, and is presented to two individuals who achieve academic excellence as well as demonstrate their commitment to their school and community.  The current value of this scholarship to each selected candidate is $1000 distributed as a lump sum.
– Angela D. Piatt Memorial Vocational-Technical Scholarship- Austin David Wolff.  The Angela D. Piatt Vocational-Technical (Vo-Tech) Scholarship was established in 2019.  It provides financial support to a student who demonstrates academic ability, financial need and who intends to further their education through Vo-Tech training.  Also based on the Rotary motto “Service above Self”, the applicant’s participation in activities of the school and community, demonstrating an aptitude for service to others, will be considered.  A $1000 scholarship is awarded, paid directly to the institution at $500.00 per semester over a one year program.
Pictured here are (l.to r.): Kayla Thompson, Grace Mabry, Austin Dvid Wolff, Hannah Knepper, Tristen Heyward
Thursday May 19th

Our meeting this week featured a video presentation by our incoming Rotary International president Jennifer Jones. She gave us an uplifting message of “Imagine Rotary” inspiring us to make our world around us better! ... See MoreSee Less

Tuesday May 10th

From time to time the Rotary Club of Waynesboro has what we call a “club assembly” where we discuss ideas for change that members may have and review the status of our ongoing operations and events. Today was our version of “Democracy in Action” with our members participating in a free flow of ideas. ... See MoreSee Less

From time to time the Rotary Club of Waynesboro has what we call a “club assembly” where we discuss ideas for change that members may have and review the status of our ongoing operations and events. Today was our version of “Democracy in Action” with our members participating in a free flow of ideas.
Friday May 6th

Summitview Elementary Third graders were all smiles as Rotarian Dade Royer and his wife Wendy delivered Rotary Club of Waynesboro dictionaries to them. ... See MoreSee Less

Summitview Elementary Third graders were all smiles as Rotarian Dade Royer and his wife Wendy delivered Rotary Club of Waynesboro dictionaries to them.Image attachment
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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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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.