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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Tuesday February 20th

Briefing our club today on the important work the Franklin County Department of Emergency Services does was the 911 & Communications Coordinator Bryan Stevenson and the new director of Emergency Services Glenn Holloway. These committed individuals direct the coordination of services that safeguard our communities. ... See MoreSee Less

Briefing our club today on the important work the Franklin County Department of Emergency Services does was the 911 & Communications Coordinator Bryan Stevenson and the new director of Emergency Services Glenn Holloway. These committed individuals direct the coordination of services that safeguard our communities.Image attachment
Tuesday February 13th

Rotary is cancelled today (Tuesday February 13) due to inclement weather.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
This Saturday is the Chamber of Commerce Business expo at the high school. Hours are 8:00-11:30am. Rotary club of Waynesboro has a table display so stop by to see us! The Lions Club has a great pancake breakfast at the event.
See everyone next Tuesday!
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I can be there at 9:30 to help out if needed.

Wednesday February 7th

One of the most gratifying projects our club has is the semi-annual Financial Literacy program. Over 20 volunteers from Rotary, the financial community and several educators shared their financial knowledge through presentations and games to approximately 115 Juniors and Seniors at the Waynesboro Senior High. We try to give these students a leg-up on personal financial matters to better equip them for life after high school. Thanks to the personnel at the senior high for making us welcome!! ... See MoreSee Less

One of the most gratifying projects our club has is the semi-annual Financial Literacy program. Over 20 volunteers from Rotary, the financial community and several educators shared their financial knowledge through presentations and games to approximately 115 Juniors and Seniors at the Waynesboro Senior High. We try to give these students a leg-up on personal financial matters to better equip them for life after high school. Thanks to the personnel at the senior high for making us welcome!!Image attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment
Tuesday February 6th

A large Rotary crowd greeted our speakers today. We started out with a surprise visit from District Governor Herb Smith who gave our club words of encouragement and praise. Our featured speaker today was fellow RotarIan and Waynesboro School Superintendent Rita Sterner-Hine. Rita shared her life’s journey to her present position and noted the influences in her life including her parents, her friends and colleagues and her faith. Rita has been a strong influence in the terrific relationship our club has with the school district. ... See MoreSee Less

A large Rotary crowd greeted our speakers today. We started out with a surprise visit from District Governor Herb Smith who gave our club words of encouragement and praise. Our featured speaker today was fellow RotarIan and Waynesboro School Superintendent Rita Sterner-Hine. Rita shared her life’s journey to her present position and noted the influences in her life including her parents, her friends and colleagues and her faith. Rita has been a strong influence in the terrific relationship our club has with the school district.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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Great visit with you all

Tuesday January 30th

One of the most satisfying relationships our Rotary Club has established over the years is that one with the Waynesboro School District. Today’s meeting featured the educators that are responsible for the First Choice Program in the Waynesboro School District. This many faceted program has as its goal to “Empower individuals for future opportunities “. Explaining their role in this program were Rotarian and school superintendent Rita Sterner-Hine; Megan McGuire,Director of First Choice; Tom Hoffman, Career Pillar Leader; Stephanie States,Whole Child Pillar leader; and Keith McCray, Innovative Learning Pillar Leader. ... See MoreSee Less

One of the most satisfying relationships our Rotary Club has established over the years is that one with the Waynesboro School District. Today’s meeting featured the educators that are responsible for the First Choice Program in the Waynesboro School District. This many faceted program has as its goal to “Empower individuals for future opportunities “. Explaining their role in this program were Rotarian and school superintendent Rita Sterner-Hine; Megan McGuire,Director of First Choice; Tom Hoffman, Career Pillar Leader; Stephanie States,Whole Child Pillar leader; and Keith McCray, Innovative Learning Pillar Leader.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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Wonderful!!! The future is in good hands!!!👏🏻👏🏻

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TRASH REMOVED
from Waynesboro roads every year.

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