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Harleysville Rotary at Memorial Day Parade
|Rotarian Gary Volpe drove his restored Model T Ford as part of entourage for the Harleysville Memorial Day parade sponsored by the Harleysville Jaycees. In the passenger seat is Terry Gentry, a Vietnam War Veteran and honored guest.|
|The Harleysville float features the Harleysville Rooster which is symbolic of the fact that Harleysville Rotary is the earliest rising Club in Rotary District 7430. The meetings begin promptly at 7 AM every Wednesday.|
|Dean Shollenberger provided the motive power for the float with his John Deere tractor.|
Four Way Test Breakfast Honoree
Sheriff Kilkenny Addresses Harleysville Rotary
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
Jerry Lopez Addresses Harleysville Rotary
Newest Member of Harleysville Rotary
Jay Bustard Addresses Harleysville Rotary
Work Continues on Veteran's Home Repairs
Rotary Food Drive
Past President Awarded
Edward J. Molnar - Recipient of Harleysville Rotary 2015 Four Way Test Award
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.- See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/6562
Paul Harris Fellowship with 4th cluster awarded to Frank Romano (PDG)
Congratulations to our Paul Harris Fellow recipients!
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THE CHARLES REED MEMORIAL PARK PROJECT
The largest project undertaken by the Harleysville Rotary Club has been the development of the