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Spring-Ford Area

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:10 PM
Spring-Ford Country Club,
48 Country Club Road
Royersford, PA  19468
United States
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The board approved us to sponsor 5 students from Interact to go the Camp Neidig.  Camp Neidig a pretty amazing leadership camp.  Here is a link to their site, and a short video about the camp.  http://campneidig.com/Home_Page.html.  This is just some of what your club does!  Thanks for making it possible. 
 
 

 
 
 
Please find us, and of course like us, on Facebook! You can view our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/SpringFordRotaryClub. Take a moment to link to us, and keep in touch with local Rotary events.
 

 
 

Stampede-Of-Business-PeopleWe would love to have you visit!

We all have busy schedules.  We all run everywhere we go.  In the end there is no better feeling then giving of yourself for your neighbor.  Our club is a great group of people from all walks of life.  I'm sure there are 3-4 people just like you in our membership.  We all have the same goal.  Promote Rotary and help each other.  Take a few minutes to read over and watch some of the information on our site.  The internet is wonderful tool.  You can see what Rotary is all about.  Feel free to come and visit us at our meetings above.  If you have any questions, please call 610.948.1653, or drop any of us an e-mail.  Hope to see you for lunch!

 

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 

Speakers

Sep 02, 2015
Sep 09, 2015
District Governor Doug Cook
Greeter Lew Deery
Sep 16, 2015
Sep 23, 2015
Sep 30, 2015
Paul Neff
Greeter Denice Harrison
Oct 07, 2015
Oct 14, 2015
Tim Kurtz - PA Farm Bureau
Greeter Dana Henzler
Nov 04, 2015
Dec 16, 2015
 

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