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Country Club of York
1400 Country Club Road
York, PA 17403
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Please use the link below for the 4/21/2021 club meeting at the Country Club of York.  You must be signed in to the website to check availability and reserve a seat for lunch. 

Rev. Aaron Anderson, LogosWorks, is scheduled to present the program live, in-person at the CCY.    
 
Welcome Lynne Morrison, Executive Director!
Lynne Morrison joins the Rotary Club of York from her most recent position as Director of Community Relations for the Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority (LCSWMA) where she directed community education and public outreach efforts, fostered good will and public engagement, and managed the charitable contributions and community impact initiatives.  Prior to working at LCSWMA, Lynne served as the Executive Director for Hands-on House, Children’s Museum of Lancaster.  In this capacity she led the operations of the innovative interactive museum including educational programming, fiscal oversight, marketing and branding, and fund development.
 
Lynne holds a B.A. from Gettysburg College and a Graduate Certificate in Strategic Leadership from Elizabethtown College.  She is an alumnus of Leadership Lancaster. Lynne resides in East Petersburg with her husband, Jeffrey Schiffman.
 
“I am honored to join the Rotary Club of York and look forward to working alongside the membership to continue to advance the mission of the organization in serving the community.”
Happenings in York PA
Aaron Anderson, Logos Academy, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting April 21, 2021, Noon
 
HYBRID MEETING - Country Club of York and Virtual Meeting on zoom.com 
 
REGISTRATION to attend the VIRTUAL meeting on ZOOM, visit: 
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUoc-GqrD0qGtLaWTG651o_CVURqvboqr2m 
 
TIME: "Virtual" Audience on ZOOM 11:30am   Log in and fellowship/networking on zoom
(UNMUTE yourself upon entering)
12:00pm   Virtual Meeting to begin (everyone will be automatically muted).  Program with Q&A until 1pm
 
RCY member wishing to reserve a seat to attend the lunch meeting LIVE, IN PERSON at the Country Club of York, visit: https://yorkrotary.org/event/lunch-reservations-for-4-21-2021/ 

TIME - In Person at CCY for RCY members with confirmed reservations only: See the website above.
11:15am  Arrival, fellowship & salad
11:30am  Lunch entrees will be served 
12:00pm  President Anne will begin meeting for virtual audience on zoom

Rev. Aaron Anderson, an ordained Presbyterian minister, has been Logos Academy CEO since 2014.  He describes the growth of the school, the progress of its expansion program, and introduces us to LogosWork, a for-profit project to benefit the non-profit Logos Academy.
 
He joined the Board of the Logos Academy in 2009, and has been been remarkably involved in the York community, having also served on the boards of the York City Redevelopment Authority, Lifepath Christian Ministries, Keystone Kidspace, Prevent Child Abuse Pennsylvania, York County YMCA, and York County Children, Youth & Family, as well as his leadership in facilitating the Chiefs and Clergy Partnership. Aaron is scheduled to present his program in person at the CCY.  
 
PLEASE RESERVE YOUR SEAT ASAP.  A maximum of 56 members can be accommodated in the ballroom set with 14 round tables of 4 with open seating.  Members are required to wear MASKS at all times unless seated in the ballroom actively eating.   
THE SYSTEM WILL ONLY BE OPEN TO MAKE RESERVATIONS UNTIL MONDAY, 4/19 AT 3PM.  If you do NOT receive an email confirmation from ClubRunner, you are NOT registered.  If you are interested in attending but there is no availability, please sign up under the "WAIT LIST".  If a seat becomes available, you will be contacted directly.  No walk-ins are accepted.  If need to cancel your reservation, please do so online, but also communicate to the Rotary Office so members on the wait list can be contacted immediately to attend.     
 
Please note - All RCY members with confirmed lunch reservations will be invoiced $18 for lunch.  If you CANCEL after 4pm on Friday, 4/16, you will be invoiced for lunch, unless your seat is filled by another member from the “wait list”.
 
LUNCH MENU:  Mixed Greens Salad (pre-set), Chicken Amandine* with Chef's Choice Starch and Vegetable, Roll with Butter, Chef's Choice Dessert (pre-set, alternating choices on table), and Coffee or Iced Tea. 
If you require a *SPECIAL MEAL, contact the Rotary office  (roberdick@yorkrotary.org) no later than 3pm on Monday, 4/19/2021 to order your food.
Solar Power in PA, Jessie Audette Muniz, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting April 14, 2021, Noon
 
HYBRID MEETING - Country Club of York and Virtual Meeting on zoom.com 
 
To view the meeting visit  https://youtu.be/YX0-n1wPsa8?t=2
 
TIME:  11:30am   Log in and fellowship/networking on zoom
(UNMUTE yourself upon entering)
12:00pm   Virtual Meeting to begin (everyone will be automatically muted).  Program with Q&A until 1pm
 
 TIME - In Person at CCY for RCY members with confirmed reservations only: See the website above.
11:15am  Arrival, fellowship & salad
11:30am  Lunch entrees will be served 
12:00pm  President Anne will begin meeting for virtual audience on zoom
 
Jessie Audette Muniz, Senior Director of Project Development at Lightsource bp shares details about Lightsource bp’s approach to responsible solar energy development and the company’s solar projects in Pennsylvania (almost 50% of the new installations in 2020). Lightsource bp (one of the largest solar developers in the world) is a 50/50 joint venture with bp (Formerly British Petroleum).

Recently Governor Wolf's administration announced that Pennsylvania is making the largest solar power commitment of any state government in the country under an initiative to produce at least half of the state government's electricity needs (PULSE), through seven new utility scale solar arrays to be built around the state. One of which is expected to be located here in York County.  Learn about Pennsylvania's new approach, the array that is to be built in York county, the social, economic, and environmental benefits of solar and how Lightsource bp incorporates agriculture and sustainability into the company’s solar projects.
 
National Libary Week, Robert Lambert, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting April 7, 2021, Noon
 
To view the meeting, visit  https://youtu.be/dh-j5u8pnMs
 
TIME:  11:30am   Log in and fellowship/networking on zoom
(UNMUTE yourself upon entering)
12:00pm   Virtual Meeting to begin (everyone will be automatically muted).  Program with Q&A until 1pm
  
York County Libraries President and fellow Rotarian Robert F. Lambert gives us an inside look at some incredible changes coming to three of our library locations this year.  We celebrate National Library Week April 4-10 with its theme “Welcome to Your Library.” York County Libraries are in demand as much today as ever before, with in-person and virtual opportunities to explore new worlds and improve lives through access to technology, multimedia content and educational programs.
 
Kreutz Creek Library in Hellam, Kaltreider-Benfer Library in Red Lion, and Martin Library in York are currently undergoing expansion and renovation.  These library facilities will expand and renovate space to create dedicated spaces for teens, added areas for public and programs, and enhanced state-of-the-art technology for creative hands-on learning.
   The Rotary Club of York STEPS UP to help our city      October 22, 2020
Kiwanis Lake Revitalization Takes Off

The Rotary Club of York and its Preserve Planet Earth Committee made great strides today on the Kiwanis Lake Project.
The cofferdam shown in the photos is being installed by Stewart & Tate Construction so we can isolate the existing floodgate. Once the cofferdam is in place, we can begin the necessary repairs to the gate including the controls, hydraulics, and overall mechanical operation. This critical step will allow flood control in the area during water events and allow the city to adjust the level of the lake for its future service needs. The new gate will feature much more sophisticated technology while protecting it from flood events like it had experienced in the past and to prevent it from failing in the future. 

Here is the link to a video of the cofferdam installation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwF7qG3BqcQ
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rotary Club of York Office
 
Rotary Club of York                             Email: lmorrison@yorkrotary.org
c/o American Red Cross
724 South George Street                    Office Telephone:  717-848-1370
York, PA  17401
United States of America
 
 
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