Rotary Club of Hanover, Pennsylvania

District 7390, Club 5342

www.RotaryClubOfHanoverPa.org

 

 
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Club Executives & Directors

President
President Elect
Treasurer
Vice President
Secretary
Past President
Lane Chair - Club Service
Lane Chair - Community Service
Lane Chair - International Service
Lane Chair - Vocational Service
Lane Chair - New Generations
 

Club Information

Welcome to our Club!

Hanover

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Bay City Restaurant
110 Eisenhower Drive
Hanover, PA  17331
United States
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Home Page Stories

Heroin Task Force Town Hall event photos
 
 
- April 2015 Meeting Minutes for the Delone Catholic Interact Club can be found in the Downloads Section of this website.
 
- PLEASE DON'T FORGET THAT WE WILL BE SUPPORTING THE INTERACT CLUB ON SATURDAY APRIL 18, 2015 TO PLANT TREES AS PART OF THE DISTRICT-WIDE ROTARY DAY OF SERVICE.  WE ARE VERY PROUD TO SUPPORT DELONE CATHOLIC INTERACT IN THIS EFFORT.  COME OUT AND JOIN THE FUN!
 

 
In what it hopes to be the first of many community forums, The Hanover Rotary Club will sponsor a Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday April 8, 2015 at 7:00pm at the Hanover Hospital Wellness and Education Center, 400 York Street, Hanover Pa. 17331.
 
Heroin addiction is a dangerous epidemic impacting our young, our families and our community.  Parents and residents are invited to attend to learn how doctors, public officials, law enforcement and politicians are working together to fight this epidemic.  
Featured speakers include:
Pam Gay -York County Coroner
Claude Staley - Chief Deputy Coroner
David Sunday - Assistant York County District Attorney
Chief Dwayne Smith - Hanover Police Dept.
Chief James Laughlin - Penn Twp Police Dept
Chief Greg Bean - Southwest Regional Police Dept
Voices of Heroin Victims of Hanover
 
The public is invited and a Question and Answer period will follow the presentation.
 
(See Public Notice under the Downloads section of this website)
 

 
 
The Hanover Rotary Club has participated in our District's Group Study Exchange Program for many years.  This program provides an opportunity for young professionals from other countries to visit our District to learn about our culture and explore similar vocational interests to the ones they pursue at home while we send a Team to our partnering country to do the same.  Teams normally consist of 4 young professionals led by a Rotarian and visits last for one month. Our Club members have served as host families for incoming Team members, guides for various community activities, coordinators for in-coming Teams while they visit the Hanover area, and Team Leaders for out-going Teams.  The goal of GSE is to foster peace and understanding throughout the world through emersion in other cultures.
Most recently we participated in exchanges with Scotland in 2013 and Argentina in 2014. 
We are currently preparing for an exchange with a Team from the Czech and Slovak Republics which will take place in late April and May 2014.  Our Hanover Club will host the Team during their first week in the U.S. , Sat April 18 to Sat April 25.  Rotarians who have offered to be Host families this year are: Danielle Suppa and John Grimes, Peg Sennett, Donna Haar, Ralph and Judy Jodice, and Cheryl Paulin and family.  
Highlights of their week in Hanover include: Gettysburg Battlefield Tour, Washington D.C. Tour, Hanover Horse Farms Tour, Utz Factory Tour, Hanover Library, PA Theatrical Arts, Council of Churches Shelter, MediaOne, WHVR, Main Street Hanover, and True North.  
They will be presenting to Hanover Rotary on Tuesday April 21, so please come out to meet our GSE guests!!
 
 

 
 
"WE APPRECIATE YOUR SERVICE"
The Rotary Club of York, PA is proud to be the only Rotary Club designated as a "hub" for the National Honor Flight. NHF was founded to give veterans of World War II and the Korean Conflict an opportunity to make the pilgrimage to Washington, D.C. to visit their memorials and witness the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. It is a special day which generally includes a motorcycle honor guard and a greeting with our national representatives. 
The next “flight” is scheduled to leave by bus from York PA the third week in October.
Rotary Club of York is asking us to help identify qualified veterans. The veteran’s name, address or email address, and phone number should be sent to Rotarian Al Sykes at awsykes@gmail.com. Al’s phone is 717-880-1261.
York Rotary is also looking for chaperones to spend the day with one of our veterans. The cost for the chaperone is $100.00 and includes a box lunch. It is an unforgettable day for the veteran and for the chaperone.
 
 

 
At our regular meeting on Tuesday January 27, 2015 Chad-Alan Carr, Founding Executive/Artistic Director of the Gettysburg Community Theatre, shared a program that the Theatre sponsors called the Penguin Project.  Essentially area youth with special needs are invited to become the performers in a theatrical production.  Each young person is assigned a peer mentor to assist with the rehearsals and performances.  The theatre is currently looking for youth, both those with special needs and those without, from the Adams/Hanover area to participate in this year's production.  If you or someone you know might be interested in this unique opportunity please contact :
Chad-Allan Carr
FoundingExecutive/Artistic Director
Gettysburg Community Theatre
49 York St
Gettysburg, Pa 17325
Chad@GettysburgCommunityTheatre.org
 
NOTE: See our DOWNLOADS section on this website for more information and an application. 
 

 
 
Bob Miller asked that the following information be shared regarding the Rotary Foundation:
 
Foundation Information:
  1. The 2013-14 Annual Report is now available on the Rotary website at www.Rotary.org search for "The 2013-14 Annual Report"
  2. In this report your will learn:
    1. Thru the Global Polio Eradication Initiative the cases of Polio in 2013 were just over 400, reduced from 350,000 in 1988.
    2. Polio remains active in only 3 countries--Nigeria, Afghanistan & Pakistan.
    3. Contributions to the Annual Fund set a new record at $116.6 million, plus $23.7 million to the Endowment fund.
    4. How Rotary spent your dues.
    5. 92% of Foundation funds raised went directly to programs.
  3. Be sure to register your membership on the Rotary website, then you can view your personal contribution status.
 

 
 

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Speakers

Apr 21, 2015
Group Study Exchange Team
Group Study Exchange Presentation
Apr 28, 2015
Steve McKonly
Kentucky Derby Preview
May 05, 2015
Rotary Social
Rotary Social
May 12, 2015
Judith Emmers
Road Scholar
May 19, 2015
Mike Noel
Senior Moment
May 26, 2015
Kyle Abrahims and Wyatt Nace
NASA Student Launch
Jun 02, 2015
John Bailey
Rotary 4-Way Test
Jun 09, 2015
Joy Widerman
Dairy Farming in Pennsylvania
Jun 16, 2015
Walt Maust
Senior Moment
Jun 23, 2015
Ken Kirkpatrick - KLK Welding
New Welding Programs for Schools
Jun 30, 2015
Doug Barmoy
Outgoing President's Luncheon
Jul 07, 2015
Kelly Rebert
Induction of Incoming President and Rotary Board of Directors
Jul 14, 2015
Art Stabler and Frank Bagot
One Hundred Years of Rotary
Jul 21, 2015
Lisa Kane
Rotary Classification Speech
Jul 28, 2015
Mister Ed Gotwalt
10 Commandments of Good Business
Aug 04, 2015
Aug 11, 2015
Aug 18, 2015
Aug 25, 2015
Sep 08, 2015
Jennifer Kowalcyk (Barry Bower's granddaughter)
The Earhart Saga - What Really Happened
 

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