Rotary Club of Harleysville

Service Above Self


Making a difference since 1994


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Henning's Market Terrace
290 Main Street
Harleysville, PA  19438
United States
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Four Way Test Breakfast Honoree

Brad Clemens was honored at Harleysville Rotary's annual Four Way Test breakfast during our regular meeting on Wednesday, April 27, 2016. Mr. Clemens was selected because of the many examples that he has set in his volunteer service to the Harleysville Community Center and in his many and varied capacities in the Souderton Area School District. The Four Way Test is shown on the left of your screen. Pictured from the left are: Mrs. Clemens, Len Ruth (sponsor), Brad Clemens and Rotary Club President, Steve Godsall-Myers.

Sheriff Kilkenny Addresses Harleysville Rotary

Recently elected Montgomery County Sheriff Sean Kilkenny addressed the Harleysville Rotary Club during the April 13th regular meeting. Sheriff Kilkeeny explained the functions of his office and some of the problems that he is currently working to solve.


Betsy Kilkenny of Laurel House Speaks to Harleysville Rotary



Harleysville Rotarians Help Refurbish Duplex for a New Keystone Opportunity Family

Gary Volpe mans a roller as he paints an upstairs bedroom.

           New Rotarian Minh Lu and Oliver Jervis from First United Methodist                     Church of Perkasie work on walls and trim.                         

Rotary President Steve Gotsall-Myers and Len Walter wash down walls and woodwork.


Keystone Executive Director and Rotarian works on

cleaning up the kitchen for the new residents.



Four New Rotarians Installed Today in Harleysville

Four new members joined the ranks of the Harleysville Rotary Club this morning in a ceremony conducted by President Steve Gotsall-Myers. Pictured from left to right are Denise Simone, husband Michael Simone, Minh Lu, and Lon Clemmer. Congratulations to all of our newest Rotarians!


Jerry Lopez Addresses Harleysville Rotary

Jerry Lopez of Souderton HealthCare Services addressed the members of the Harleysville Rotary Club on Wednesday, February 24th. He emphasized the flexibility of their day care program for senior adults. Jerry also discussed Senior Care Partners which does consulting on the care of seniors and will come to your home for consultations.


Newest Member of Harleysville Rotary

Rotarian sponsor Gary Volpe stands (on right) with new member Frank Shultz (center) at an induction ceremony presided over by President Steve Godsall-Myers (at left) on January 6, 2016.




Jay Bustard Addresses Harleysville Rotary

Jay Bustard of Bustard's Christmas Trees spoke to the Harleysville Rotary Club on December 2nd about how his company was selected as the official provider of the 2015 White House Christmas Tree.

Work Continues on Veteran's Home Repairs

The concrete sidewalks have already been poured and work today includes new decking on the front porch and repositioning the chair lift to the back porch deck scheduled to be constructed soon.


Harleysville Rotary Assists Local Veteran


Rotary Food Drive

Harleysville Boy Scouts assisted in collecting food donated during the Harleysville Rotary Halloween Parade on October 24, 2015. Pictured are Justin Ziegler, Torn Goering and Charlie Schuech.

Welcome Sign Repaired

Past President Awarded

President Steve Godsall-Myers presented Past President Jim Heller with a walnut plaque for his outstanding service for the 2014-2015 Rotary Year.


Edward J. Molnar - Recipient of Harleysville Rotary 2015 Four Way Test Award

We are ordinary people working together to accomplish extra ordinary things.

The Rotary Club of Harleysville is a volunteer service organization whose members donate their time and resources to help others in Harleysville, the surrounding communities and throughout the world. Working together makes a positive difference and fosters friendships. We welcome you to join us on Wednesday mornings at Henning's market and discover the local spirit of Rotary.

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Paul Harris Fellowship with 4th cluster awarded to Frank Romano (PDG)

Members of the ICEC2 project team with Harleysville Rotary Club President Jim Heller gave a presentation to the Rotary Club on Wednesday, February 11, 2015.

Congratulations to our Paul Harris Fellow recipients!


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We are neighbors, community leaders, and global citizens uniting for the common good. With you, we can accomplish even more.  We are ordinary people working together to accomplish extra ordinary things.
The Rotary Club of Harleysville is a volunteer service organization whose members donate their time and resources to help others in the community and throughout the world since 1994. Working together makes a positive difference and fosters friendships. We welcome you to join us and discover the spirit of Rotary.
The men and women of the club represent a cross section of the area’s business, professional and community leadership  and, like the other 1.2 million fellow Rotarians worldwide, are committed to the concept of “Service above self”.  As volunteers we actively support a broad base of local community groups and initiate projects to help make our community a better place in which to live and work.  As members of the world’s largest  service organization our club participates in many projects designed to stimulate world understanding and peace.


TO OUR ON-LINE GUESTS, we encourage you to explore the stories and pages of our website and we welcome any further interest you may have in our club        



The largest project undertaken by the Harleysville Rotary Club has been the development of the Charles Reed Memorial Park in Lower Salford Township.  Conceived by Rotarians and carried out in partnership with the Harleysville Lions Club, the project spanned several years and required raising about $300,000 to bring it to fruition It Includes a picnic pavilion as well as ball fields and playground for community use.  Rotarians continue to maintain the landscaping.



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Steve Godsall-Myers
Club Assembly
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Club Changeover
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Big Red Rooster Scramble
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