Welcome to our Club!
Red Lion-Dallastown Area

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Terrapin Station
34 N Railroad Ln
Red Lion,
United States of America
1st Thursday Meetings are "Field Trip Thursdays" from 12-1pm 2nd Thursdays are our Evening Meetings from 4:30-6pm at Bridgewater Public House Remainder of meetings are held at Terrapin Station
Club Executives & Directors
Immediate Past President
Public Relations
Service Projects - Road Clean Up
Service Projects - Community Reach
Four-Way Test SPEECH Contest
Four-Way Test SPEECH Contest

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Club 5364 · Est. 1945 · District 7390 · York County, Pennsylvania
Home Page Stories
 Club members welcomed the officers of the Dallastown High School Interact Club to their March 23rd meeting.  Pictured with the Interact Club members are the officers of the Rotary Club of Red Lion - Dallastown.
  Club members welcomed to their March 16, 2023 meeting the February and March 2023 Students of the Month from Dallastown Area Hish School and Red Lion Area High School.  During the meeting each student shared their current classes and activities in and out of school.  They also shared their future plans after high school.  Club members wish them well throughout their high school and post high school careers.
The Club recognized 5 students from Dallastown Area and Red Lion Area School Districts as their November Students of the Month.  Each month two eleventh grade students are selected by the counselors at each senior high school.  Club members invite the students and their counselors to a monthly meeting to recognize them and to hear of their activities and future plans.  The Club also donates funds to the Kaltreider/Benfer Library in Red Lion to purchase a book in honor of each student's achievement.
The Club is very happy to welcome three new members over the past few months.  They are Carey Howard, Chris Kenna and Brandi Rendler.  Chris represents one of our new Corporate members 18 South Youth Center in Red Lion.  Brandi, represents another of our Corporate members, The Residence at Fitz Farm along Springwood Road in York.  Club members are excited about adding all three of these persons to our Rotary family and look forward to working with them on our many service projects
September 2022 Students of the Month were honored at the September 14 Club meeting.  Students recognized were junior students Campbell Sands and Teaghen Rieder from Dallastown Area High School and Lillian Anderson and Molly Conrad from Red Lion Area Senior High School.  Congratulations to all four of these young ladies.  Pictured above (from left to right) Club member John Katora, students Lillian Anderson, Campbell Sands, Teaghen Rieder, and Molly Conrad, and Club President Brenda Wilbur.
Carey Howard was inducted as the newest member of the Rotary Club of Red Lion - Dallastown at the club's meeting on September 29, 2022  Leading the induction ceremony is Kristen McDermott, President Elect.  Welcome Carey - we look forward to having you with us and working together on many service projects in the future.
Each year the Club conducts an essay contest based upon the 4-Way test which is a foundation to our Club's values.  These students from Red Lion Area Senior High School were the finalists in the 2022 contest and we were able to spend time with them during a meeting in May.
Congratulations to Duncan McQueen a 2022 graduate of Red Lion Area Senior High School who was selected as our 2022 Scholarship Winner.  
Our Club recently honored scholarship winners from the Dallastown Area High School and the Red Lion Area High School.  The winners are pictured below:  Mitchell Burchett and Hannah Lancaster.    
We had a great speaker last week! Paul Quintavalla, past District Governor of 7450, visited our club.  He spoke about Rotaplast International.  This is a group who helps children and families worldwide by eliminating the burden of cleft lip and palate, burn scarring, and other deformities. 
Check us out!  See our members below hard at work!  We helped at the Habitat for Humanity Restore and Construction Site!  It was an awesome day full of energy and fun!  # Service above self!
We had a great speaker on May 13th.  Paul Quintavalla, Past District Governor of 7450, visited our club.  He spoke about Rotaplast International.  This is a group who helps children and families worldwide by eliminating the burden of cleft lip and palate, burn scarring, and other deformities.  
Rotary Club of Red Lion-Dallastown held a successful Chicken BBQ this past Saturday.  The weather was just beautiful!
Thanks to everyone in the community for supporting our club and supporting our students at our local high schools!
Working hard!
-Our Annual Seedling Project with the Red Lion Area School District is taking place April 15th and April 16th!
-This year 340 seedings will be delivered to each kindergarten student in the Red Lion elementary schools.  
-Members will visit with students via zoom and read  The Birthing Day Tree  by York County Native, Robert Gingerich.  
-This is a great project promoting literacy, friendship, and community service!
On a sunny Saturday morning Rotarians and family and friends met to pick up trash along East High Street in Red Lion.  19 bags of trash were collected.  It felt great to get outside in the fresh air and do something to make our community a little nicer!  Great job team!
The Club recently named Dalton Orwig from Red Lion Area Senior High School and Paul Lipinski from Dallastown Area Senior High School as the 2019 Mac McCleary Scholarship winners.  Both students were recognized at Club meetings in June.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
Two Red Lion Area School District students were recently recognized as the Club's May, 2019 Students of the Month.  The students, Chloe Tarlton and Kyle Zhang were congratulated by Club members Brenda Wilbur and Trudy Strack.
The Club recognized two Dallastown Area School District students as the Students of the Month for May.  They were Olivia Smeltzer and Jaden Rivera.  Pictured along with the two students are Club Member Carrie Wilburn and York County President Commissioner Susan Byrnes.
Two Red Lion Area Senior High School students were recognized by the Club as the April, 2019 Students of the Month.  Recognized were Sarah Heiland and Sawyer Golden.  Joining them in the photo are Club members Brenda Wilbur and Vernon Tyson