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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Mike Lintelman
    November 8
  • Gary Weston
    November 26
  • William Ruhe
    November 29
Anniversaries:
  • Larry Bracco
    Jana
    November 1
  • Kevin Soergel
    Jolene
    November 3
  • Natalie Frazier
    Billy Frazier
    November 23
Join Date:
  • Chuck Berry
    November 1, 2000
    19 years
  • Larry Bracco
    November 1, 1993
    26 years
  • Mac Purvis, Jr.
    November 1, 1988
    31 years
  • Tom McMeekin
    November 1, 1989
    30 years
 
Club Information

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Rich-Mar

Service above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
Treesdale Golf & Country Club
1 Arnold Palmer Dr
Gibsonia, PA  15044
United States of America
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In the Spotlight
Ken Fleeson, Rich-Mar Rotarian & Rotary 7280 District Governor, visited Rich-Mar Rotary to share his goals to increase Rotary engagement and involvement in our communities.
Pictured: District Governor, Ken Fleeson; Cindy Fleeson; Cranberry Rotary, John Marshall; and Rich-Mar Rotary President, John Chips.
Rich-Mar Rotary hosted its Annual PARC Picnic for those served by ARC of Butler County. The evening was filled with great food, friendship and fun!
 
 
 
Today, Pine-Richland School District's Superintendent, Brian Miller and Assistant Supt. of Secondary Education & Curriculum, Dr. Michael Pasquinelli presented at Rich-Mar Rotary's weekly meeting.  Rich-Mar Rotary was recognized for supporting Pine-Richland's students, staff and programs.

A team of 23, comprised of doctors, nurses, dentists, physical therapists and support personnel traveled to La Villa de San Francisco, Honduras for a medical mission. While in Honduras, the team provided medical and dental care to 2,626 Hondurans. In addition, the team also distributed 750 water filters to the families who sought care through the clinics in order to reduce the number of intestinal ailments the people experience from drinking water that is contaminated with parasites. Honduran health officials have stated there has been a 90 percent decrease in these types of problems since the start of filter distribution in 2009. The grants from Rotary District 7280 and the Rich-Mar Rotary Club help to pay for the water filters that are distributed.

See complete story in the Cranberry Eagle: http://www.thecranberryeagle.com/article/20190425/NEWS20/704249803/0/about_us

 

 
The Rotary Club of Rich-Mar
Annual Golf Outing
Monday, June 24, 2019
Join us this year at the 
Butler Country Club, 
one of the premier golf courses in Western Pennsylvania.  
 310 Country Club Road,  Butler, PA 16002
*See registration form below under Files for Download

Rich-Mar Rotary recognized our Students of the Month from Mars Area High School and Pine-Richland High School.

 

Student from Pine-Richland include: Devin Golla, Seamus Daniello.

Students from Mars include: Theressa Wesley, Amelia Haley and Emily Grieco

Congratulations to John Ivory receiving his 3rd Paul Harris Award.
Pictured: John Ivory (Left) Brandon Barg (Right)
Adams Area Fire District presented Rich-Mar Rotary with the "2018 Business of the Year" award in recognition of our charitable support.
 
Pictured: John McWilliams, Adams Area Fire District
Ralph Jockel, Rich-Mar Rotary, President
Rich-Mar Rotary's annual PARC picnic was a GREAT success.  Despite the rain, the Rotary Pavilion was packed with clients and family members from ARC of Butler County.  Everyone enjoyed hot dogs, roasted corn and more. 
For more event photos, visit: Rich-Mar Rotary's Facebook Page
The Rich Mar Rotary Club provided Christmas gifts to 21 St. Barnabas patients and 17 youth from the Lighthouse Foundation.
Pictured: Rotarians Jim Roddey, Joe Schmitt and Chuck Berry at Valencia Woods handing out presents to the patients at St. Barnabas.
 
 
 
Rich-Mar Rotary President, Ken Fleeson with visiting District Gov Judy Hughes, presents Distinguished Rotarian Certificate for Rotarian, Gary Weston. 
 

Rich Mar Rotary Hosts its first Student Exchange. Gabriela arrives from Brazil and meets host family, the Lords!

Each year, Rotary Youth Exchange provides about 8,000 young people the opportunity to experience the cultures, problems and accomplishments of people in other countries. Through this Rotary program, students are given the opportunity to grow as individuals while their concept of the world is growing too. Participants return with a broader view of the world and a deeper understanding of themselves.

 
 
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