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 August 9th

Joining us today as guest speakers were Theresa DiLoreto, Rotarian (Chambersburg club) and the Philanthropic Advisor to the Adam’s County Community Foundation; and Ralph Serpe, president and CEO of the Adam’s County Community Foundation. Ralph outlined the work of Community foundations in general and also Adam’s County community foundation. Probably the most eye opening portion of his presentation centered on Scholarship displacement when he walked us through the process some colleges and universities use to cut scholarships based on any additional a student receives. ... See MoreSee Less

Joining us today as guest speakers were Theresa DiLoreto, Rotarian (Chambersburg club) and the Philanthropic Advisor to the Adam’s County Community Foundation; and Ralph Serpe, president and CEO of the Adam’s County Community Foundation. Ralph outlined the work of Community foundations in general and also Adam’s County community foundation. Probably the most eye opening portion of his presentation centered on Scholarship displacement when he walked us through the process some colleges and universities use to cut scholarships based on any additional a student receives.Image attachment

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Theresa DiLoreto! I know her!

Tuesday August 2nd

Our speaker today Claire Jantz from the Friends of Michaux helped us to realize what a gem of an asset we have in the surrounding Michaux State Forest. ... See MoreSee Less

Our speaker today Claire Jantz from the Friends of Michaux helped us to realize what a gem of an asset we have in the surrounding Michaux State Forest.
Tuesday July 26th

Rotarians have a giving heart and today’s meeting focused on that aspect of our club. Treasurer Brian Shook gave us an update on our anonymous charitable giving program ,Broken spoke,and Greg Lyon-Loftus’s Ukrainian Hagerstown family relief matching grant. Rotarian Annie Gomez-Shockey briefed us on another Ukrainian effort in conjunction with Amazon. ... See MoreSee Less

Rotarians have a giving heart and today’s meeting focused on that aspect of our club. Treasurer Brian Shook gave us an update on our anonymous charitable giving program ,Broken spoke,and Greg Lyon-Loftus’s Ukrainian Hagerstown family relief matching grant. Rotarian Annie Gomez-Shockey briefed us on another Ukrainian effort in conjunction with Amazon.Image attachment
Tuesday July 19th

Ken Clark showed our club today that a small group of dedicated individuals can do a mighty work! Ken is the founder of Clean Water Kenya that provides clean healthy water to impoverished Kenyan communities via an amazingly simple filtration system. Find out how to help his group on the CWK webpage at
www.cleanwaterKenya.com
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Ken Clark showed our club today that a small group of dedicated individuals can do a mighty work! Ken is the founder of Clean Water Kenya that provides clean healthy water to impoverished Kenyan communities via an amazingly simple filtration system. Find out how to help his group on the CWK webpage at 
www.cleanwaterKenya.com
Tuesday July 5th

Today “the torch was passed” from our outgoing president Tod Kline to incoming president Derek Furry. Both are great examples of the quality leadership our club attracts! Tod presented Derek with his presidential pin and Derek presented Tod with his past president’s pin. ... See MoreSee Less

Today “the torch was passed” from our outgoing president Tod Kline to incoming president Derek Furry. Both are great examples of the quality leadership our club attracts! Tod presented Derek with his presidential pin and Derek presented Tod with his past president’s pin.Image attachment
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people in India provided with
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TOYS GIFTED
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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.