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 May 28th

The Waynesboro area is blessed to have the Waynesboro New Hope Shelter to administer to the needs of the homeless in our community. Mandi Howell, the director of the shelter, outlined for us the community programs provided, their goals, successes and needs. Using a one-on-one case management approach, Mandi and her associates help folks in need get a leg up and a new start in life. ... See MoreSee Less

The Waynesboro area is blessed to have the Waynesboro New Hope Shelter to administer to the needs of the homeless in our community. Mandi Howell, the director of the shelter, outlined for us the community programs provided, their goals, successes and needs. Using a one-on-one case management approach, Mandi and her associates help folks in need get a leg up and a new start in life.
Tuesday May 21st

Ashley Winters, executive director of the Mercy House of Chambersburg outlined for us the compassionate care her house provides to those needing end of life care. Ashley’s passionate and caring presentation reflected the mission of Mercy House, to offer comfort based personal, emotional, and spiritual care to their guests. ... See MoreSee Less

Ashley Winters, executive director of the Mercy House of Chambersburg outlined for us the compassionate care her house provides to those needing end of life care. Ashley’s passionate and caring presentation reflected the mission of Mercy House, to offer comfort based personal, emotional, and spiritual care to their guests.
Tuesday May 14th

We welcomed Andrew Vickers, executive director of the Franklin County Library System to our club today. Andrew, who hails from southern Georgia, has been in his leadership position for two years. He outlined the many services that the library system offers and how we can access these services. It was plain to see Andrew is committed to the system and the great work that it does. ... See MoreSee Less

We welcomed Andrew Vickers, executive director of the Franklin County Library System to our club today. Andrew, who hails from southern Georgia, has been in his leadership position for two years. He outlined the many services that the library system offers and how we can access these services. It was plain to see Andrew is committed to the system and the great work that it does.
Tuesday May 7th

Today’s “club assembly” featured the work done by our Community Services and Youth Services committees chaired by Dick Starliper and Jeff Geesaman respectively. President Brian Lucas also summarized the work of these committees with Brian Shook reporting on our “Broken Spoke” fund which anonymously helps those in need in our community. ... See MoreSee Less

Today’s “club assembly” featured the work done by our Community Services and Youth Services committees chaired by Dick Starliper and Jeff Geesaman respectively. President Brian Lucas also summarized the work of these committees with Brian Shook reporting on our “Broken Spoke” fund which anonymously helps those in need in our community.Image attachmentImage attachment
Wednesday May 1st

From time to time new Rotary members receive an orientation from club officers known as a “Fireside Chat”. Tonight’s well attended chat was chaired by longtime Rotarian Rick Boyer. Each club officer summarized their respective duties and outlined our procedures and projects. ... See MoreSee Less

From time to time new Rotary members receive an orientation from club officers known as a “Fireside Chat”.  Tonight’s well attended chat was chaired by longtime Rotarian Rick Boyer. Each club officer summarized their respective duties and outlined our procedures and projects.
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DICTIONARIES DONATED
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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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ADDITIONAL DONATIONS
to the local community annually.