Rotary Club of Denver-Ephrata Area

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Welcome to our Club!

Denver-Ephrata Area

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:30 AM
American Legion
300 Cocalico St.
Ephrata, PA  17522
United States
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Jolinda Sciscione of Reamstown was recognized as the Cocalico High School March student of the month by the Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary Club.  Jolinda is the daughter of Donna Greiner and Phillip Sciscione and is a senior at Cocalico High School.  Jolinda is active in many music groups, clubs, editor of the school newspaper and the National Honor Society.  She volunteers regularly via school groups and throughout the community.  After high school graduation, Morgan plans to attend college majoring in chemical engineering.  
 

Left to right: Chris Buck, Cocalico High School Teacher; Nate Hoffer, Rotary President; Jolinda Sciscione, Senior at Cocalico High School; Donna Greiner, Mother
Taylor Barnes of Ephrata was recognized as the Ephrata High School March Student of the month by the Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary Club. Taylor is the daughter of Michael and Denise Barnes and is a senior at Ephrata High School. Taylor is involved with and interested in animal rescue and has volunteered her time on behalf of helping animals. After high school graduation, Taylor plans to attend Penn State University majoring in Veterinary and Biomedical Science with aspirations of becoming a Veterinarian.
 
Left to right: Dr. Scott Galen, EHS Principal; Nate Hoffer, Rotary President; Taylor Barnes, Student of the Month; Denise Barnes, Mother; Michael Barnes, Father
Samantha Donmoyer of Denver was recognized as the Cocalico High School January student of the month by the Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary Club. Samantha is the daughter of Barry and Lori Donmoyer and is a senior at Cocalico High School. She is a member of National Honor Society, Leo Club and soccer. Samantha is active in the Women in Business mentoring program, Venture Crew and job shadowing. After graduation, Samantha plans to attend college to major in physical therapy.
 
Left to right: Lori Donmoyer, Mother; Barry Donmoyer, Father; Samantha Donmoyer, Senior at Cocalico High School; Gil Ochs, Rotary Secretary; Lindsay Sigman, Cocalico High School Teacher
 
Dylan Fritz of Ephrata was recognized as the Ephrata High School January Student of the Month by the Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary Club. Dylan is the son of Ted and Cheryl Fritz and is a senior at Ephrata High School. Dylan is active in scouting, school, church and volunteers regularly throughout the community. After high school graduation, Dylan plans to attend Penn State University majoring in mechanical engineering.
 
 
From left to right: Ted Fritz, Father; Cheryl Fritz, Mother; Dylan Fritz, Student of the Month; Gil Ochs, Rotary Secretary; Dr. Scott Galen, EHS Principal
Micah Martin of Ephrata was recognized as the Ephrata High School December student of the month by the Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary Club.  Micah is the son of Steven and Sheryl Martin and is a senior at Ephrata High School.  Micah is active in his school and the community.  After high school graduation, Micah plans to attend either Gorton or Wheaton College majoring in mathematics with a minor in Economics.  Micah hopes to someday use his skills to assist third world countries with community development projects.
 
Left to right: Steven Martin, Parent; Sheryl Martin, Parent; Micah Martin, Student of Month; David Davies, Rotary Past-President; Scott Galen, Rotary Member/ EHS Principal
Haley Schaller of Ephrata was recognized as the Ephrata High School November student of the month by the Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary Club.  Haley is the daughter of Tom and Karen Schaller and is a senior at Ephrata High School.  She is active in her school and the community.  After high school graduation, Haley plans to attend Clarion University majoring in Speech and Language Pathology while participating on the cross country and track teams.
 
Left to right: Tom Schaller, Father; Karen Schaller, Parent; Haley Schaller, Student of Month; Nate Hoffer, Rotary President; Scott Galen, Rotary Member/ EHS Principal
 
Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary Student of the Month—December 2016
At the December 1st meeting of the Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary, Samantha Klumpp was recognized as the December Cocalico Student of the Month. Samantha participates in soccer, basketball, and lacrosse. She is the Vice President of the National Honor Society, a member of Leo Club and Student Government. Samantha is a member of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Her plans are to continue her education at East Carolina University majoring in biology. Samantha lives in Reinholds with her parents and has two siblings, Haley and Daniel.
Left to right: Lynne Klumpp, Mother; Mark Klumpp, Father: Samantha Klumpp, Senior at Cocalico High School; Nate Hoffer, Rotary President; Andrew Garrett, Cocalico High School Teacher
 
At the November 10th meeting of the Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary, Nadia Stauffer was recognized as the November Cocalico Student of the Month. Nadia participates in soccer, swimming, and track and field. She is a member of the National Honor Society and student government. She was named Science student of the month as well as serving as one of the captains of the soccer team. Nadia supports Girls on the Run, Venture Crew and is employed at Dairy Queen. Her plans are to continue her education at college majoring in nursing. Nadia lives in Stevens with her parents and brothers, Nicholas and Josiah.
 
 
Left to right:
Deborah Stauffer, Mother; Ernest Stauffer, Father: Nadia Stauffer, Senior at Cocalico High School; Nate Hoffer, Rotary President
 
Alexa Hershberger of Ephrata was recognized as the Ephrata High School October student of the month by the Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary Club.  Alexa is the daughter of Mike and Sherri Hershberger and is a senior at Ephrata High School.  She is active in her school and the community.  After high school graduation, Alexa plans to attend a four year college to major in Forensic Science.
 
Pictured (from left) are:
Sherri Hershberger, Parent; Mike Hershberger, Parent; Alexa Hershberger, Student of Month; Nate Hoffer, Rotary President; Scott Galen, Rotary Member/ EHS Principal
At the October 6th meeting of the Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary, Lyndsay Engle was recognized as the October Cocalico Student of the Month. Lyndsay participates in soccer, basketball, and lacrosse. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Leo Club and President of the Class of 2017. She has garnered many student of the month awards in addition to athletic honors. Lyndsay is a member of Our Mother of Perpetual Help. She has volunteered at the Colonial Lodge and Denver Nursing Homes and helped to organize the food drive of OMPH. Her plans are to continue her education at college majoring in engineering. Lyndsay lives in Denver with her parents and has one brother, Daniel.
 
Left to right:Lyndon Engle, Father; Suzann Engle, Mother; Lyndsay Engle, Senior at Cocalico High School; Nate Hoffer, Rotary President; Jeff Bertz, Cocalico High School Teacher
During the June 30, 2016 meeting of the Denver/Ephrata Rotary, outgoing President David Davies (right) handed the gavel to incoming President Nathan Hoffer. Nathan is the Executive Director of Good Samaritan Shelter located in Ephrata.
At the May 19th meeting of the Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary, Kenzie Horst of Stevens was recognized as the Ephrata High School May student of the month by the Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary Club.  Kenzie is the daughter of Keith and Kathy Horst and is a senior at Ephrata High School.  She is active in her school and the community.  After high school graduation, Kenzie plans to attend the Gettysburg College.
 
 
Pictured (from left) are: Kathy Horst, Parent; Kenzie Horst, Student of Month; Dave Davies, Rotary President; Scott Galen, Rotary Member/ EHS Principal

At the May 19th meeting of the Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary, Victoria Janke was recognized as the May Cocalico Student of the Month. Victoria participates in Cross Country, Track and Field, theatrical groups, the German American Partnership Program (GAPP) and SADD. She has previously been named a Cocalico Student of the Month for English, Math, Science, Social Studies as well as being accepted into the National Honor Society. Victoria is a member of Our Mother of Perpetual Help. She was past president of Denver Venture Crew and helps East Cocalico Lions Club at various events. Her plans are to continue her education at Indiana University of Pennsylvania majoring in Fashion Merchandising. Victoria lives in Denver with her parents and is the youngest of five children. 

Left to right: Courtney Hall, Cocalico High School Teacher; David Davies, Rotary President; Victoria Janke, Senior at Cocalico High School; Martina Janke, Mother; Mark Janke, Father

The Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary Club is pleased to announce the induction of Colleen Maidenbaum and Dean Zerbe as its most recent members.  Colleen is the Admissions Director at Denver Health and Rehab and Dean is a Financial Advisor for Waddell & Reed, Inc. 

 

Pictured with Colleen and Dean as they receive their Rotary Pins and Certificates of Membership are left to right:
 
David Davies, President; Ken Zimmerman, New Member Sponsor; Colleen Maidenbaum, New Member; Dean Zerbe, New Member; Emerson Paul, New Member Sponsor

Lauren Moyer of Ephrata was recognized as the Ephrata High School April student of the month by the Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary Club. Lauren is the daughter of Todd and Michelle Moyer and is a senior at Ephrata High School. She is active in her school, church and the community. After high school graduation, Lauren plans to attend the University of Maryland to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Bio Engineering.

 

Pictured (from left) are: Michelle Moyer, Parent; Lauren Moyer, Student of Month; Dave Davies, Rotary President; Scott Galen, Rotary Member/ EHS Principal

At the April 21st meeting of the Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary, Bethany Horning was recognized as the April Cocalico Student of the Month. Bethany participates in field hockey, Aevidum, yearbook, Army-4-One Bible study and track. She has previously been named a Cocalico Student of the Month for English and Visual Communication Photo as well as being accepted into the National Honor Society. Bethany is a member of Gehman Mennonite Church where she serves as president of the church youth group and a counselor at WoodCrest Retreat. She has also participated in various mission trips including China. Her plans are to continue her education at Cairn University majoring in Early Childhood Education. Bethany lives in Adamstown with her parents and siblings Caleb, Abby, and Anna. 

Left to right: Richard Kohler, Cocalico High School Teacher; David Davies, Rotary President; Bethany Horning, Senior at Cocalico High School; Kelly Horning, Mother; Phil Horning, Father

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