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Happenings in York PA
ROTARY RAVE REVIEWS was presented at The Belmont Theatre on Wednesday, October 16th.  Students shared their talents with the Rotarians, who were very appreciative of their performances.
 
 
 


It was a joy to see these young people sing, dance and play the piano and violin.
The students loved being there to perform for the York Rotary Club.

They appreciated the opportunity, and the warm reception they received.
 
What a wonderful day for everyone!

Trees for the Trail - Renewing the historical world war I remembrance along the southern Susquehanna trail between York, PA and the Maryland line.

The Trees for the Trail committee held the second planting on March 31, 2019.

With the assistance of Springfield Contractors, Shiloh Paving, and the Penn Mar Organization, the Susquehannock High school baseball team, Boy scout troop 50, Loganville 4H, Boy Scout troop 24, York County Prison Honor Guard along with Rotary club members from York, Southern York County and Red Lion-Dallastown among others, planted 76 sycamores and red & white oaks.

Planting permissions will be sought from landowners along the Trail and fund raising will continue for the next planting scheduled for Sunday, October 20, 2019.

Once the trees are all planted, there will be a dedication ceremony on Sunday, November, 10, 2019

Jun 11, 2019 1 Comment
The Love Fore Community event took place on Monday, September 16, 2019 at the Country Club of York.
 
EVERY MEMBER needs to step up in some way.  Proceeds benefit “Reach Out & Read”, York Academy Regional Charter School STEM labs (equipment), and York City Little League: 
 
            10:30am           Golf registration, driving range
            11:00am           Lunch
            12:00                Golf shotgun start
1:30pm            Croquet registration
1:45pm            Tennis registration
            2:00pm             Tennis round-robin play
            2:00pm             Croquet play begins
            3:00pm             Social Corn Hole play begins
            5:00pm             Cocktails and Social
            5:45pm             Dinner (Buffet opens)
            6:00pm             Awards & Auction
 
 
 
 
 

Trees for the Trail - Renewing the historical world war I remembrance along the southern Susquehanna trail between York, PA and the Maryland line.

The Trees for the Trail committee held the second planting on March 31, 2019.

With the assistance of Springfield Contractors, Shiloh Paving, and the Penn Mar Organization, the Susquehannock High school baseball team, Boy scout troop 50, Loganville 4H, Boy Scout troop 24, York County Prison Honor Guard along with Rotary club members from York, Southern York County and Red Lion-Dallastown among others, planted 76 sycamores and red & white oaks.

Planting permissions will be sought from landowners along the Trail and fund raising will continue for the next planting scheduled for Sunday, October 20, 2019.

Once the trees are all planted, there will be a dedication ceremony on Sunday, November, 10, 2019

 
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Rotary Club of York                                           email:    bert@yorkrotary.org
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724 South George Street                                  phone:  (717) 848-1370                          
York, PA  17401
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