Welcome to
     Rotary Club of Quakertown
                  Club Number 5446- District 7430             
     Chartered April 21, 1924
 

 

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We meet at
Johns Plain & Fancy Diner

50 S W End Blvd
Quakertown, PA 18951.
Phone: 215-536-3290.
1st & 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30AM

Spinnerstown Hotel
2195 Spinnerstown Road
Spinnerstown, PA 18968
Phone: 215-536-7242
2nd, 4th and 5th Tuesdays at 6PM 

 
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Club Executives & Directors

President
President Elect
Treasurer
Secretary
Foundation Chair
Membership Chair
Youth Exchange Chair
Vice President
Immediate Past President
Community Service Chair
Club Service Chair
Seargent At Arms
Assistant Treasurer
Board Member
 
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Welcome to the Quakertown Rotary Website.

Quakertown Rotary is an "Idea in Action." A fellowship of business and professional people who accept the idea of service, individually and collectively, as the basis for success and happiness in business and community life.

Quakertown Rotary members share in the opportunity to serve the community in an organized effort. We believe in giving back to the community from which we have benefited.

Guests, fellow Rotarians, and new members are always welcomed.

Please Join us.

 

 
 
Clam Bake from 5:30 PM to 8 PM.
Please join your fellow Quakertown Rotary Club members and Rotarians from the 3 other Area 6 clubs for a scrumptious feast including clams, shrimp, sirloin and lobster tails with all of the fixings.  Food will be prepared by graduates of the Quakertown Rotary culinary institute smiley!  Guests are welcome.
 
$10 of each meal will go to benefit the Stone and Flick families that are being helped by the Souderton Rotary Club.
 

 
 
Chris Potter from the Rotary Leadership Institute will speak to the club about  how RLI will benefit the club and benefit the member.  Or "How to turn a Rotary Member into a Rotarian".
 
 

 
 
Please Join us on September 22nd  as we welcome our District Governor Doug Cook as he talks to us about the districts plan for the Rotary year.
 
 

 
 
ShoeBox Recycling turns the simple act of recycling into an opportunity to connect communities and cultures. With SoleMate Notes, your organization can turn our easy, no-cost fundraiser into an even more rewarding personal experience.
 

 
 
Cathy Gillahan will give us an update on the Quakertown Park Project.
 

 
 
Scott C. McElree Borough Manager & Chief of Police will give us an update of the state of the borough.