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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Tim Heim
    January 3
  • Jim Roddey
    January 26
Join Date:
  • Edward Vogel
    January 1, 1974
    45 years
  • Gary Weston
    January 1, 1996
    23 years
  • Jim Werkmeister
    January 1, 1995
    24 years
  • John Chips
    January 1, 1981
    38 years
  • Ken Fleeson
    January 1, 1996
    23 years
  • Michael Nagel
    January 1, 1970
    49 years
  • Mike Burkhart
    January 1, 1980
    39 years
  • Mike Lintelman
    January 1, 1985
    34 years
  • Paul Starr
    January 1, 1970
    49 years
  • Ray Johnson
    January 1, 1972
    47 years
  • Dan Pelczarski
    January 6, 2012
    7 years
 
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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
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In the Spotlight

This week, Rich-Mar Rotary recognizes our Students of the Month from Mars Area High School and Pine-Richland High School. Congratulation to all!

Pictured in group photo: Pine-Richland: Meghan Lyons, Christopher Keilly, Greg Shulkosky; Mars: Anastasia Bonifate, Natalie Sobel, and Megan Hooper

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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