Rotary Club of York-East   

 
 
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Welcome to our Club!

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

Ma & Pa Railroad Still Rolls On

Craig Sansonetti, President of the nonprofit, Ma & Pa Railroad Preservation Society, addressed York East Rotarians on 8/29/2017 at their weekly breakfast meeting at Heritage Hills.  He described the economic impact of the Ma and Pa Railroad that connected York and Baltimore before the modern highways came into existence. 
 
Photo:  the "preserved" Ma & Pa railroad rides again

Cobots - The way of the future, now

On 8/22/2017 at the weekly breakfast meeting at Heritage Hills, York East Rotarians met a co-bot , YouME,  designed by Penn Air and Hydraulics.  Co-bots or collaborative robots are designed to work  beside humans to enable large volumes of product  to be produced through the manufacturing area.    Hence, the name ‘YouME’ which means you and me.
Photo:  left, Zach Hoerr (mechanical engineer)
             right, Bob Rhein, (President PennAir)  with Co-bot YouME.

Students Build Competition Robots

On 8/08/2017 at the weekly breakfast meeting of York East Rotary,  local high school students awed Rotarians with their “competition” robot.
 
  Photo:  The Robot

Houston Flood Relief Effort 

Image may contain: one or more people and indoorHow much can our York-East Rotary Club help out? Bring your cash or check donations to the meetings during Sept. and we will see..........

Summer Social 2017

    For the 10th year, Elizabeth Wolf welcomed York East Rotarians to her beautiful home and manicured estate
    for our summer social on Saturday August 12, 2017. 
    The event featured "all the crabs you could crack and eat" as well as a "low country shrimp boil" plus all the
    favorite picnic goodies provided by those who came...
 
   Photo:  Elizabeth Wolf, our beautiful and gracious hostess for this event.

Generational Differences in the Workplace

On August 1, 2017 York East Rotary welcomed guest speakers, MaryRose Ritter  and Samm Smeltzer  to their weekly breakfast meeting at Heritage Hills.  The   guests are from LeadershipArts Associates who specialize in enhancing performance in the workplace.  Their presentation reviewed Generations in the workplace and the diversity created by our relationships and world events and available technology experienced during our childhood. 
 
Photo (left to right):  York East Rotary President Tom Kelley, MaryRose Ritter (COO & Creative Director Organizational Development LeadershipArts) and Samm Smeltzer (CEO & Creative Director Individual and Team Development LeadershipArts).
 
Upcoming Events
  • Club program
    Sep 26, 2017
    7:30 AM – 8:30 AM
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    Oct 03, 2017
    7:30 AM – 8:30 AM
 
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President
President Elect
Treasurer
Secretary
Vice President
Fundrainsing/Giving
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Immediate Past President
Membership Chair
Public Relations Chair
Club Administration Chair
Club Service Chair
Foundation Chair
 
 
 
 
 
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