Rotary Club of York-East   

 
 
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York-East

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 7:30 AM
Heritage Hills Golf Resort & Conference Ctr.,
2700 Mt. Rose Ave.,
Mailing address: PO Box 3491, York, PA 17402
York, PA  17402-9207
United States
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York-East Rotary Club Meeting Programs

Innovative Ways to Attract New Members

We were honored to have Kevin Engle, of the Rotary Club of Elizabethtown, provide us with a very enjoyable and informative presentation on recruiting and retaining new members. 
Kevin served as President of the E-Town Club over the 2016-2017 year.  During his tenure, he challenged the club to grow from 83 to 100 members.  By years end, the club actually hit 101 total members!
In order to ensure that the club remained vibrant and healthy, members successfully developed and implemented a number of creative new ways to recruit and retain members, which Kevin also shared with us.
 
In his current position, Kevin now serves in Rotary District 7390, as their District Membership Chair.

Mayor Michael Helfrich 

On Tuesday, Nov. 6th, Michael Helfrich, Mayor of York City, spoke to our club about his vision for the City of York. After summarizing York's long history as a leading manufacturing center, Mayor Helfrich explained his hope that York can carry on this tradition by becoming a manufacturing center in the technology industry. During his talk, he addressed the challenges presented by the high rate of poverty from which York has suffered for many years. His goal is to organize neighborhoods of about 800 residents and establish community centers in each to offer child care and community activities thereby fostering neighborhood interaction and interdepenence. He presented these goals with energy and enthusiasm and was well received by the members.
Pictured left: President Ben Marchant, Mayor Helfrich, Sandi Graham

Students of the Month for November 2018

On Tuesday, Nov. 13th, two students from York County School of Technology were present to talk to our members about their school and community acheivements. Senior Allison Breslin and her parents were present. Allison (left in the picture) is competing for a $1,500 York East Rotary Scholarship. She spoke about all of her plans to attend a college for a degree in Nursing and possibly advance to become a Physician.
Junior Vashti Overmiller and her parents also attended. Vashti (pictured on the right) spoke about her interest in computer technology in the medical field. Vashti is competing for an opportunity to attend the RAYLA Conference in June. The Student of the Month Program continues through March under the leadership of Rotarian Bob Straw (pictured in center at left).

Students of the Month, October 2018

York Suburban High School’s Junior Student for October is Rachel Ludwick whose parents are Craig and Katherine Ludwick. Rachel is a member of the National English Honors Society and enjoys reading books to younger students at the elementary level. She is also a Board Member of the Impact Foundation at Suburban. This is a “students helping students” organization which supports students and their families in the York Suburban School District that struggle to afford basic necessities and deal with food insecurity. Rachel has been on the Distinguished Honor Roll every marking period last year. She was ranked in the top 5% of her sophomore class.
Left: Rachel Ludwick, Zoe Hornberger, Bob Straw

GiveLocalYork

On Tuesday, October 16, 2018, Meagan Given spoke to our members about the creation and success of GiveLocalYork, a 24 hour fund raising marathon founded by the York Federal Fellows Alumni Association.  The first GiveLocalYork event was held on Friday, May 4, 2018 to coincide with downtown York's First Friday promotion.  To encourage contributions to local charities, a stretch pool of $100,000 was created by Peoples Bank, the York County Community Foundation, the Power Mill Foundation, and the Arthur J. and Lee R. Glatfelter Foundation.  These funds were shared by the non-profits based on the percentage of the total funds raised by each organization.  The first GiveLocalYork effort exceeded the pre-established goal by almost $500,000! Planning is well underway for the next Giving Day to be held on Friday, May 3, 2019.
Left: President Ben Marchant, Joanne Bankos, Meagan Given

UPMC Memorial Hospital

On Tuesday, October 9, 2018, Rotarians heard about the new developments at Memorial Hospital, now called UPMC Pinnacle Memorial.  Sally Dixon, former CEO and President of Memorial Hospital spoke about the planning process which led to the development of the former Hawk Lake Golf Course into the new Memorial Hospital campus.  The new hospital will have 125 private rooms and will open in the Summer of 2019.  The COO of the new hospital, Joe Iandolo spoke about the technical planning of the hospital layout which maximizes efficiency for patient care.
Left: President Ben Marchant, Sally Dixon, Joe Iandolo
 
 
 
 
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