Welcome to Spring-Ford Rotary!
Rotary International is the world's first service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs worldwide. Rotary club members are volunteers who work locally, regionally, and internationally to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace, and eradicate polio under the motto Service Above Self.
We are very proud of the positive impact that the Spring-Ford Rotary Club is making toward a better community here and a around the world.  
While we are constantly working on projects to help our community, our larger signature events include the Annual Pancake Breakfast Buffet and our annual Adopt-A-Family program, both of which help numerous local organizations and families.
Our annual Limerick Uncorked Festival is quickly becoming a must-attend event, with thousands of participants local wineries and brewers, great music and artisan craft vendors. This event enables us to provide funding for even more needed projects and local organizations.
While our focus is on helping our community, we are also a fun, energetic group of area business professionals. Our weekly meetings provide an opportunity for us to listen to interesting speakers from many local organizations, and to build strong, long-lasting friendships. Due to COVID-19, we're currently meeting online via Zoom.
We welcome all who would like to join our efforts to continue making our community a better place to live and work.
Limerick Uncorked Festival
New Name - Same Great Event!  We look forward to seeing everyone on Saturday October 2nd. Come out next year to enjoy complimentary samples from wineries and breweries from across Pennsylvania. Nationally-recognized food trucks offer delicious cuisine and local bands keep the music going all day long. All proceeds from the festival are donated to local non-profits, so come to celebrate for a great cause.
Our Signature Events
   Pancake Breakfast   
Limerick Uncorked Festival
The Spring Ford Rotary Club is pleased to offer a Corporate Membership Option.
This flexible program allows multiple employees of an organization to share a membership.
Perfect For…
  • Professionals interested in helping our community, but struggle with the weekly meeting commitment.
  • Organizations who want to have a stronger presence in the community.
  • Small business owners with limited time.
Corporate Membership Program
This flexible program allows multiple employees of an organization to share a membership.

  • All Rotary dues and lunch expenses
  • Ad placement on our website
  • Tickets to our annual Night Out and Changeover dinners
  • 10 tickets to Pancake Breakfast
  • 10 Pancake Breakfast Raffle Tickets
  • Pancake Breakfast Placemat Ad
  • Bronze sponsorship recognition for the annual Limerick Uncorked Festival
  • Ability to name two alternate members to allow your business to continue to be represented when schedule conflicts arise
Weekly lunch is for one member. Additional member visiting on same day will be billed as a guest.
Help us keep our community a great place to live and work! Visit Us and Join Today!
Welcome to our Club!
Spring-Ford Area

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:10 PM
Luciano's Pizzeria & Ristorante
112 W Ridge Pike
Royersford, PA 19468
United States of America
Spring-Ford Rotary News
Our original volunteer date of April 29th has been cancelled, but Operation Backpack (now called Operation 143) is still providing food to school children in need. They have indicated their greatest need right now is food as local grocery stores are no longer stocked due to high demand. Please consider making purchases off of their Amazon Wish List (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1D5TJS8LCHVUV?ref_=wl_share&fbclid=IwAR129MCI2O8spPfdS4Bj28u2Tm-VYOy-WkYCdVpVke0VnzTb1nK5Capurg8 ). You can sort by priority to see what they are in most need of. During checkout you can select to have the food delivered directly to their address, and you can also write a message on the gift receipt to let them know it came from you/Rotary.
Hello Rotarians and Friends,
This is the final bulletin I'll be sending during my year as President. It was not the year any of us expected, but I am greatly appreciative for everyone who helped keep our club running and active while we dealt with frequent changes and restrictions. I am looking forward to the coming year with David Akers as our incoming President. I know that all of you will continue to help us work our way back to "normal" meetings and on track to become a growing, vibrant club once again.
As for our meeting this Wednesday, June 23rd, a reminder that we will be holding our meeting at the Upper Providence Community Center located in Anderson Farm Park (499 Hopwood Rd, Collegeville). We'll start at our normal meeting time of 12:10PM and we'll be getting a tour of the facility from Sue Hoffman, Director of Parks & Rec. Please remember to bring your own lunch! Also, this will be an in-person meeting only.
Tomorrow is also the last day to return Duck Race tickets at our meeting. Please hand them in to either Barry Shafer or David Akers. This is a great fundraiser for our club and we will receive money back from ticket sales which we pass on to the charity of our choosing!
We are also starting to plan for Community Days for Limerick, Royersford, and Upper Providence which happen in the August/September time frame. We need volunteers who are able to help out on either Aug 14th (Limerick) or Sept 11th (Royersford & Upper Providence). Please reach out if you're available!
Barry Shafer has set up our evening event at the Reading Fightin' Phils baseball game for August 19th. Tickets are for the picnic area and come with food/soda. Fireworks are happening after the game and I believe there is already a group of 20+ committed to going. Please contact Barry soon if you want to reserve tickets.
Tickets are on sale for the Limerick Uncorked Festival on October 2nd and we have received a very positive response so far. Tickets can be purchased here: Purchase Tickets - Limerick Uncorked | Limerick PA
(A final thank you to all of you who read this bulletin from top-to-bottom every time!)
Rotary International Vision Statement
Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change - across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
Be well,

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 drop any of us an e-mail.  Hope to see you for lunch!

Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Rotary Foundation
Vice President
Immediate Past President
Director 1
Director 3 - no succession
Senior Board Member
Director 2
Interact Liaison

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