SusquehannaRiverHeritage

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Susquehanna National Heritage Area, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting May 19, 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/tJMrcOCspz4iEtT0wc6M1-IZxL5YIz0QpC5A
 
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-5-19-2021/
 
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
 
Mark Platts has served as President of Susquehanna National Heritage Area since initial start-up of this two-county non-profit organization in the early 2000’s. Susquehanna National Heritage Area was designated as Pennsylvania’s 10th State Heritage Area in 2001 and America’s 55th National Heritage Area in 2019.  Mark is scheduled to present his program in-person at the CCY.  His  presentation will focus on Susquehanna National Heritage Area’s key projects for 2021, including the organization’s National Heritage Area Management Plan, Susquehanna Discovery Center/Mifflin House Project, and River Discovery Boat Tours.
 
REGISTRATION INFORMATION to attend the lunch meeting IN PERSON at the Country Club of York: 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.   
 
PLEASE RESERVE YOUR SEAT ASAP.  THE SYSTEM WILL ONLY BE OPEN TO MAKE RESERVATIONS UNTIL MONDAY, 5/17 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, unfortunately.  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, 5/14, 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), Grilled Salmon* with Mango Salsawith 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, 5/17/2021 to order your food.  
SusquehannaRiverHeritage Ken Cooper 2021-05-13 04:00:00Z 0

Elsner Machine Works

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Elsner Engineering Works, Bert Elsner II, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting May 12, 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/tJcsduyrqz8qHtQRVGUQ__zB6CnR2dW9Sk-3
 
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-5-12-2021/
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

Bert Elsner II, third generation President of Elsner Engineering Works, Inc., leads the charge of precision and excellent customer service. At the head of a team that builds business partnership first, Bert promises the company will continue to grow and deliver value to customers.  After a review of the history of the company and current products, he will discuss the Elsner Tech Center and the Pre-Apprenticeship program, the first in PA recent history.  
 
LUNCH MENU:  Mixed Greens Salad (pre-set), Meat Lasagna* 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, 5/10/2021 to order your food.  
 
PLEASE RESERVE YOUR SEAT ASAP.  THE SYSTEM WILL ONLY BE OPEN TO MAKE RESERVATIONS UNTIL MONDAY, 5/10 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, unfortunately.  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, 5/7, you will be invoiced for lunch, unless your seat is filled by another member from the “wait list”.
 
Elsner Machine Works Ken Cooper 2021-05-07 04:00:00Z 0

Pedal 4 Peace

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Pedal 4 Peace USA, Brandt Kingsley, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting May 5, 2021, Noon
 
HYBRID MEETING - Country Club of York and Virtual Meeting on zoom.com 
 
To View the meeting visit: https://youtu.be/Eb5KLPC4O6M
 
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-5-5-2021/
 
Brandt Kingsley is the CEO and Founder of Pedal 4 Peace USA, a grass roots organization that started in York, PA. Pedal 4 Peace USA is  a diverse group of riders that believe that through biking and bike-oriented activities we can break down the barriers of urban relations and help combat violence in urban communities.  
They believe that bikes are a great way to bring people together regardless of race, religion, sex, or creed. Pedal 4 Peace USA has  reached over 19  states  and  3  continents. They currently work with over 350 youth.  Brandt has been to 11 different countries, riding with a President, dignitaries and top CEO's. He was invited to the United Nations Global Leadership Summit and became a member of the United Nations Association.  He is the Vice President to the Revolution BMX track.  Brandt feel that "bikes changed his life" and that "our past doesn't dictate our future and together we can all make this world and country greater than they have ever been."  He is scheduled to present his program in person at the CCY.  
 
REGISTRATION INFORMATION to attend the lunch meeting IN PERSON at the Country Club of York: 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.   
 
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
 
PLEASE RESERVE YOUR SEAT ASAP.  THE SYSTEM WILL ONLY BE OPEN TO MAKE RESERVATIONS UNTIL MONDAY, 5/3 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, unfortunately.  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, 4/30, 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, 5/3/2021 to order your food.   
Pedal 4 Peace Ken Cooper 2021-04-29 04:00:00Z 0

Give Local York

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Give Local York, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting April 28, 2021, Noon
 
To view the VIRTUAL meeting on ZOOM, visit: https://youtu.be/_i0eDCGW8CI
 
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
 
By now, most everyone is familiar with Give Local York, the big give day in York County that will return on Friday, May 7. Not everyone knows about the history of this event and how it came to be.
 
Rotarian Bob Pullo, Chairman of the Board and CEO of the Waypoint/York Federal Foundation, talks about the legacy of Bill Wolf, the creation of the York Federal Fellows Program, and York Federal Savings & Loan’s continuing influence of strengthening the nonprofit community.  
 
Rotarian Dee Baker shares Rotary’s project for Give Local York 2021 and how you can help make history on May 7.  Both Bob and Dee are scheduled to present the program in-person at the CCY.  
 
Give Local York Ken Cooper 2021-04-22 04:00:00Z 0

Logos Academy

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Aaron Anderson, Logos Academy, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting April 21, 2021, Noon
 
To view the Virtual Meeting, visit:  https://youtu.be/dmOR1zjh5vg
 
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
 

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.
Logos Academy Ken Cooper 2021-04-15 04:00:00Z 0

Solar Energy in PA

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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.
 
Solar Energy in PA Ken Cooper 2021-04-08 04:00:00Z 0

National LIbrary Week

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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.
National LIbrary Week Ken Cooper 2021-04-01 04:00:00Z 0

Helfrich York City COVID 19

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York City COVID-19 response, Mayor Michael Helfrich, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting March 31, 2021, Noon
 
To view the VIRTUAL meeting, visit  https://youtu.be/ZJLt4Jx2PvY
 
Today is Executive Coordinator BERT'S LAST DAY with the Rotary Club of York.  We hope you can join us for her final club meeting!
 
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
 
Mayor Helfrich discusses keeping our community safe through COVID-19 response and recovery plans, building a safer community, and a new financial outlook for the City of York.
 
Michael R. Helfrich was elected Mayor in November 2017 and took the oath of office on January 2nd, 2018.  He had previously served as York City Councilman, Vice President of Council, and President of Council.  Michael has also served as the Lower Susquehanna Riverkeeper, a legal and political advocate to improve waterways and communities around central Pennsylvania and northern Maryland. He also previously sat on the York County Community Foundation Codorus Watershed Endowment Advisory Board, was Director of the Board of Keep York Beautiful and the Watershed Alliance of York, and was Vice-Chair of the York NAACP Labor and Industry Committee.  
 
Helfrich York City COVID 19 Ken Cooper 2021-03-25 04:00:00Z 0

York County Solid Waste

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What happens to my garbage?, Jen Cristofoletti, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting March 24, 2021, Noon
 
To View the VIRTUAL visit  https://youtu.be/3yEZzj6D1zs
 
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
 
“What happens to my garbage?” is the ‘burning’ question for which everyone wants an answer.  
 
Jen Cristofoletti, Community Services Outreach Coordinator at the York County Solid Waste Authority,  discusses the role of waste disposal in York County, including the process of Waste-to-Energy and the presence of recycling in the York County waste scene. 
A PowerPoint presentation details the role of the York County Solid Waste Authority, the process of creating electricity from waste and the different methods of recycling that take place at the York County Resource Recovery Center (Yes, that’s the Incinerator…but we like to refer to it as a Waste-to-Energy plant!).  
 
Listeners leave with a better understanding of how their garbage is managed in an environmentally, responsible way and what they can do to keep York County clean.  Jen is a native of York County and has been with the York County Solid Waste Authority for 20 years.
 
York County Solid Waste Ken Cooper 2021-03-18 04:00:00Z 0

Broadband in York PA

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Broadband Access in York County, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting March 17, 2021, Noon
 
To view the meeting video, visit:  https://youtu.be/j4RfcbBlfQ4
 
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
 
Rotarians Silas Chamberlin and Julie Wheeler, talk about the current state of broadband internet access in York County and the county’s strategy to address the digital divide to ensure a high quality of life and economic competitiveness for our county.
 
The digital divide negatively impacts York County residents and businesses every day.  That’s why the York County Commissioners worked with the York County Economic Alliance to launch the YoCo Fiber Broadband Task Force, build a 16-mile fiber backbone pilot project in the last four months of 2020, and implementing an ambitious plan for countywide broadband connectivity. 
Broadband in York PA Ken Cooper 2021-03-11 05:00:00Z 0

First Draft News

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Aimee Rinehart, First Draft News, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting March 10, 2021, Noon
 
To view the VIRTUAL meeting visit:  https://youtu.be/CBeeOOHiHIA
 
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
 
Aimee Rinehart from First Draft News speaks on the topic "Agreeing on Facts”.  
 
Today, we need access to the truth more than ever before. But in this polluted information environment, it’s never been harder to know what to trust, and never easier to be misled. Disinformation is targeting and damaging our communities, all around the world.  At First Draft, the mission is to protect communities from harmful misinformation. They work to empower society with the knowledge, understanding, and tools needed to outsmart false and misleading information.  
First Draft News Ken Cooper 2021-03-04 05:00:00Z 0

Literacy for Kids

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Early Childhood Literacy, Paula Gilbert, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting March 3, 2021, Noon
 
To view the VIRTUAL meeting, visit  https://youtu.be/W7Vw00WJ09k
 
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
 
The Rotary Club of York’s Literacy Committee is pleased to kick off our month-long celebration of literacy by welcoming Paula Gilbert from York County Libraries to discuss the importance of early childhood literacy. 
 
Paula also shares thoughts and techniques that you can use at home, with the young ones in your lives. Paula has worked with countless organizations to bring high quality literacy opportunities to our youngest, most vulnerable early learners.
 
As an added treat, Paula invites everyone to bring a child to your computer screen for a special reading just for them. All children are welcome to listen in as Paula will read to them, and us, a short story towards the end of her presentation. 
 
Literacy for Kids Ken 2021-02-25 05:00:00Z 0

Wheeler Commissioner

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Julie Wheeler,YorkCounty Commissioner, Rotary Club of York PA, Meeting, 2/24/2021, Noon
 
To View the VIRTUAL Zoom meeting please visit:  https://youtu.be/11OiV8MMoyw
 
REGISTRATION is required to attend the VIRTUAL meeting 
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 - Use the "CHAT" button to type your question for the speaker.
 
Fellow Rotarian and President York County Commissioner Julie Wheeler speaks about her first year in office. P Providing a look back at 2020 and a look forward in 2021.  
Wheeler Commissioner Ken Cooper 2021-02-18 05:00:00Z 0

Covid-19 overview

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Covid-19 Vaccine Overview, Deron Shultz, Rotary Club of York PA, Meeting, 2/17/2021, Noon
 
To view the VIRTUAL Zoom meeting please visit: https://youtu.be/G8Ek92Yw1xg
REGISTRATION is required to attend the VIRTUAL meeting
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 - Use the "CHAT" button to type your question for the speaker.
 
Deron Shultz, Pharmacist and VP of Minnich’s Pharmacy in York discusses the current and soon to be available Covid-19 vaccines, how they were developed/how they work to insure immunity.
 
Deron discusses the recommended scheduling of the vaccine since both available vaccines require 2 doses and what the current levels of who can and should be vaccinated and most importantly when. The current state of vaccine availability and how one can find and get a vaccine is discussed.
 
He debunks rumors and myths associated with this vaccine and cover common side effects and effectiveness of these vaccines.
 
Covid-19 overview Ken Cooper 2021-02-11 05:00:00Z 0

Outlook Duessel
 

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Economic & Market Outlook, Linda Duessel, Rotary Club of York PA, Meeting, 2/10/2021, Noon
 
To view the VIRTUAL Zoom meeting please visit:  https://youtu.be/wucw3L4afSo
 
REGISTRATION is required to attend the VIRTUAL meeting 
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 - Use the "CHAT" button to type your question for the speaker.
 
Economic and Market Outlook: It All Depends on your Time Horizon
 
Linda Duessel, senior equity strategist,is part of the team responsible for formulating Federated Hermes’ views about various equity market conditions and the firm’s positioning strategies, and for articulating the strategy, process, positioning and performance of Federated Hermes’ equity portfolios.
 
The presentation looks at the short and long-term economic & investment implications of the COVID-19 pandemic.  It examines what to expect for the economy and the market as the dust settles. The strength of businesses and consumers going into the crisis, along with unprecedented monetary and fiscal stimulus, could surprise in terms of America’s speed of economic and profits recovery. The virus will decide, but the long term investor will be well served if we are correct that we are in a secular bull market.
 
The presentation also looks more closely at the long-term effects on Social Distancing sectors, and the surging importance of the millennial generation.
 
Finally, it considers the implications of the current market structure. Are we in a bubble?
Outlook Duessel  Ken Cooper 2021-02-04 05:00:00Z 0

Diversity Impact

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Impact of Diversity in 21st century, Ronald Harris, Rotary Club of York PA, Meeting, 2/3/2021, Noon
 
To view the VIRTUAL Zoom meeting please visit:
 
REGISTRATION is required to attend the VIRTUAL meeting 

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 - Use the "CHAT" button to type your question for the speaker.
   
Ronald Harris, vice president of diversity and inclusion for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee,is responsible for cultivating a corporate culture where diversity and inclusion are aligned with the company’s corporate strategy and values. 
 
Ronald frequently serves as an expert speaker at business functions and conferences nationwide on diversity topics that impact the workplace. His presentations address issues such as generational diversity, disability awareness, stereotypes, effective cross-cultural communication, religion in the workplace and the business case for diversity.
Diversity Impact Ken Cooper 2021-01-28 05:00:00Z 0

Whitlock

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Sylvia Whitlock, First Female Rotary Club President, Rotary Club of York PA, Meeting, 1/27/2021, Noon
 
To view the VIRTUAL Zoom meeting please visit:  https://youtu.be/4HmC7tQGY-U
 
REGISTRATION is required to attend the VIRTUAL meeting 
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 - Use the "CHAT" button to type your question for the speaker.
   
In 1982, while a Elementary School Principal in Duarte, California, Dr. Sylvia Whitlock was invited to join the history making Ex-Rotary Club of Duarte, California.  Sylvia became President of the Rotary Club of Duarte in 1987, making her the first woman to hold such a position within Rotary International. 
 
The chapter's charter was revoked in 1978 after they admitted women which was against Rotary International policy. The Duarte club filed suit in the California courts, claiming that Rotary Clubs are business establishments subject to regulation under California’s Unruh Civil Rights Act, which bans discrimination based on race, gender, religion or ethnic origin. 
 
Rotary International appealed the decision to the U.S. Supreme Court.  The Supreme Court, on 4 May 1987, confirmed the Californian decision supporting women, in the case and Rotary International removed the gender requirements. 
Whitlock Ken Cooper 2021-01-21 05:00:00Z 0

CyberconIQ 20210113

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James Norrie,cyberconIQ, Rotary Club of York PA, Meeting, 1/13/2021, Noon
 
To view the VIRTUAL Zoom meeting please visit: https://youtu.be/KE6Sf-v4YQA
 
REGISTRATION is required to attend the VIRTUAL meeting 
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 - Use the "CHAT" button to type your question for the speaker.
   
CyberconIQ is an example of a local cybersecurity start-up success. The presentation by Dr. James Norrie, Founder and CEO, focuses on the process of supporting early stage venture companies in PA that created this success story.  
Economic growth occurs when we target and align economic development efforts, the role of higher education and infrastructure.  This is the story of a York County start-up that can change the world – and our local economy!  
CyberconIQ 20210113 Ken Cooper 2021-01-07 05:00:00Z 0

DePasquale Auditor General

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Eugene DePasquale, PA Auditor General, Rotary Club of York PA, Meeting, 1/6/2021, Noon
 
To view the VIRTUAL Zoom meeting please visit:  https://youtu.be/qI8YRnEZqOk
 
REGISTRATION is required to attend the VIRTUAL meeting   
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 - Use the "CHAT" button to type your question for the speaker.
   
Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale, is completing his eighth year. The state Auditor General serves as the chief fiscal watchdog of the commonwealth. Each year the Auditor General conducts about 5,000 audits to ensure that all state money is spent legally and properly. In his eight years as our Auditor General, Eugene DePasquale not only transformed the way the office functions to improve efficiency, accountability and effectiveness, he reviewed the fiscal and human impact of state government actions.
 
His work has touched the lives of all Pennsylvanians, from school audits that stopped tax hikes to reports that led to fixing the state’s child-abuse hotline — ChildLine — where he found more than 58,000 calls went unanswered before his audit. His calls for action have nearly eliminated a huge backlog of untested rape kits in Pennsylvania finally bringing justice to thousands of victims. He took on national Pharmacy Benefit Managers and recommended ways to help lower prescription drug costs.  
DePasquale Auditor General Ken Cooper 2020-12-31 05:00:00Z 0

Holiday Program 2020

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Holiday Program, Weary Arts Group, Rotary Club of York PA, Meeting, 12/23/2020, Noon
 
To view the VIRTUAL meeting Zoom please visit  https://youtu.be/x-f6JcGyrag

REGISTRATION is required to attend the VIRTUAL meeting 
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 - Use the "CHAT" button to type your question for the speaker.
   
Join the Weary Family and Members of Weary Arts Group for song, poetry, and seasonal cheer at this year's Virtual Holiday Program.  Rotarian Cal Weary will be your host for the fun and heart felt Holiday Special. Sing, clap and dance along with us as they perform classic pieces full of hope and love for the new year. 
Holiday Program 2020 Ken Cooper 2020-12-17 05:00:00Z 0

Ron Martin WGAL

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Ron Martin, WGAL, Rotary Club of York PA, Meeting, 12/16/2020, Noon
 
To view the meeting please visit    https://youtu.be/RwU9vOPWeXY
 
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 - Use the "CHAT" button to type your question for the speaker.
   
York Native Ron Martin, the longtime news reporter and anchor with WGAL News 8 team since 1983, speaks on his journalistic journey and longevity of reporting the news in our local market and discuss some insights into TV news teams and our community. Highlights include his years reporting on the York area news during this era, including the labor strife at Harley Davidson, Caterpillar, and the York riot murder trials.   
 
Retiring last month after four decades of journalism, Ron is a respected source of information for our community. Ron is a six-time Emmy award winner—among the many awards he’s received during his long career in broadcast journalism.  He has also been honored for his many community service contributions in the south-central Pennsylvania region.  Ron fondly recalls "hovering" in the upstairs balcony at the Yorktowne as he covered speakers presenting at Rotary. 
Ron Martin WGAL Ken Cooper 2020-12-10 05:00:00Z 0

Economic Alliance

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Economic Action Plan, Chamberlin, Rotary Club of York PA, Meeting, 12/9/2020, Noon
 
To view the meeting visit: https://youtu.be/Yrbc5kgO5ZQ
 
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 - Use the "CHAT" button to type your question for the speaker.
   
Silas Chamberlin, Vice President of Community & Economic Development for the York County Economic Alliance Launched at the onset of 2020, has presided over the creation of the County’s Economic Action Plan. This ten-year plan was done in coordination and collaboration with York County government, the County Planning Commission, and the City of York. Silas reports on the draft Economic Action Plan and shares some of the highlights and where Rotarians can learn more about this exciting plan for York County’s future.
 
To assist, a nationally recognized, Pittsburgh-based firm Fourth Economy was enlisted. This Economic Action Plan hopes to align strategies, goals, and objectives across our County to best position our community for success. 
 
Economic Alliance Ken Cooper 2020-12-05 05:00:00Z 0

PA Office of Administration

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Office of Administration, Newsome, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting 12/2/2020
 
 To view the VIRTUAL meeting, please visit https://youtu.be/FlKw0eY5bAE
 
TIME - "Virtual" Audience on ZOOM: 
11:30am Log in and fellowship/networking on zoom
12N Virtual Meeting to begin
   
Michael Newsome, Governor Tom Wolf’s Secretary of the Office of Administration and a former executive for the Wolf Organization, York Daily Record and Armstrong World Industries, discusses how his experience as a business person, private citizen and taxpayer have influenced his approach to public service, as well as key initiatives being undertaken by his department to make interacting with government less like…well… interacting with government!
 
As a member of the Governor’s senior staff and cabinet, Newsome leads the agency responsible for oversight and administration of the enterprise functions of human resources, information technology, equal employment opportunity, continuity of government and records management for nearly 80,000 employees.  
PA Office of Administration Ken Cooper 2020-11-30 05:00:00Z 0

PA Economy League Covid Research

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PA Economy League, Clayberger, Rotary Club of York PA, Hybrid Meeting, 11/18/2020, Noon
 
To view the VIRTUAL meeting, visit:  https://youtu.be/tVsaBblKOhc
 
11:55am Log in, 12 Noon Virtual Meeting to begin 
 
In Person at CCY for RCY members with confirmed reservations: 

11:15am  Arrival, fellowship & salad
11:30am  Lunch entrees will be served 
12:00pm  President Anne will begin meeting for virtual audience
 
LeeAnne Clayberger, Chief Executive Officer for the Pennsylvania Economy League, presents independent research on the impact of Covid-19 on Municipalities in Pennsylvania from a recent survey of Pennsylvania's municipal governments. 
 
The Pennsylvania Economy League is a 501(c)3 non-partisan policy research organization. In addition to research, PEL organizes and hosts Issues Forums throughout the Commonwealth on timely public policy topics.  
 
A graduate of Dallastown High School, she was a Rotary Exchange Student to Langensendalbach, Germany, sponsored by the Rotary Club of York.
PA Economy League Covid Research Ken Cooper 2020-11-12 05:00:00Z 0

Veteran's Day Program

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Veteran's Day, Lt Col O'Shell, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 11/11/2020, Noon
 
To view the VIRTUAL meeting, visit   https://youtu.be/cTFf0w4XKJ0
 
Lt Col Don O’Shell serves as the Director of Staff for the Pennsylvania Air National Guard assigned to state headquarters located at Fort Indiantown Gap, Annville, Pennsylvania.  Scheduled to be live, in-person at the CCY, the presentation is a picture narrative of both Afghanistan deployments via PowerPoint slides shared from the perspective of a Citizen Airman.
 
"Virtual" Audience on www.gotowebinar.com: 
11:55am Log in, 12 Noon Virtual Meeting to begin 
 
In Person at CCY for RCY members with confirmed reservations: 
11:15am  Arrival, fellowship & salad
11:30am  Lunch entrees will be served 
12:00pm  President Anne will begin meeting for virtual audience
 
The Central York  Middle School "Colonial Fife and Drum Corps" will perform for members outside at CCY from 11:00-11:30am so come early to enjoy the wonderful music to honor our Veterans.  Members not attending the CCY meeting are welcome to drive to CCY and listen from your vehicles.
 
For the majority of his Air Guard career, Lt Col O’Shell was a part-time, drilling status guardsman or commonly referred to as a Citizen Airman (live and work locally, yet serve globally). In 2016 Lt Col O’Shell deployed to Afghanistan as an advisor to the Afghan Air Force assigned to the 438th AEW as the Deputy CJ1 – coalition joint personnel director.  In 2020 he deployed a 2nd time to Afghanistan as the Director of the Joint Visitors Bureau with Headquarters Resolute Support. 
  
Prior to his current full time position with the Air National Guard Lt Col O’Shell was the York County Clerk of Courts from January 2003 to March 2019.  Previous to holding elected county office Lt Col O’Shell served as Chief of Staff to State Representative Keith Gillespie, served in the Ridge-Schweiker Administration and was a Legislative Assistant to State Representative Stan Saylor.
 
Preferential seating will be given to all VETERANS.  For those who are not able/comfortable attending in person, please email your name and branch of service to  officeassist@yorkrotary.org by Tuesday morning so your name can read from the podium and the club can recognize you and your service. 
 
Rotarian Ken Cooper will be taking individual PHOTOS of all Veterans at CCY to put together a collage this year since we cannot take a group photo.  Please see Photographer Ken when you arrive. 
Veteran's Day Program Ken Cooper 2020-11-05 05:00:00Z 0

COVID 19 Wellspan Health Update

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Alyssa Moyer, Wellspan Health, COVID 19 , Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 10/28/2020, Noon
 
To view the VIRTUAL meeting, visit: https://youtu.be/lSnl8bR7vII
 
HYBRID MEETING! Country Club of York and Virtual Online Meeting

Dr. Alyssa Moyer, a Board Certified Internist, serves as a Hospitalist at the WellSpan York Hospital.  Administratively, she chairs the York Hospital Department of Medicine and is the Chief Medical Officer at the WellSpan Surgery and Rehabilitation Hospital.  Alyssa leads the Clinical Practice Branch for the Incident Command response of WellSpan Health to COVID-19. In this role she chairs the health system’s expert panel to vet and guide clinical care during the pandemic.  Her talk focuses on recent developments and lessons learned.
 
RCY members wishing to reserve a seat to attend the lunch meeting LIVE at the Country Club of York, visit  https://yorkrotary.org/event/10-28-ccy-lunch-meeting-reservations/   **
 
In Person at CCY for RCY members with confirmed reservations: 
11:15am  Arrival, fellowship & salad
11:30am  Lunch entrees will be served 
12:00pm  President Anne will begin meeting for virtual audience
 
** Due to Governor Wolf's new indoor capacity rules as of 10/9, the Country Club of York can now accommodate a maximum of 55 members in the ballroom set with 12 round tables of 4 or 5 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, 10/26 AT 3PM.  If interested in attending but there is no availability, please sign up under the "WAIT LIST".
COVID 19 Wellspan Health Update Ken Cooper 2020-10-22 04:00:00Z 0

Central PA Food Bank

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Joe Arthur, Central PA Food Bank, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 10/21/2020, Noon
 
To view this meeting, visit:  https://youtu.be/kBWV12ao70k
 
11:55am Log in, 12 Noon Virtual Meeting to begin, 
12:10pm Program until approximately 1pm
   
The Central Pa. Food Bank covers 27 counties in central Pa. In this time of pandemic and the rising count of those considered “food insecure” the Food Bank has been challenged to meet the needs of even more consumers. 
 
Joe Arthur leads an organization of over 125 staff who work with local food banks, such as the York County Food Bank, and other entities to provide that service. He tells of the work of the Food Bank and particularly how they are coping with the pandemic.  
 
Joe is a fellow Rotarian and a member of the Rotary Club of Harrisburg.
 
Central PA Food Bank Ken Cooper 2020-10-15 04:00:00Z 0

G Terry Madonna
 

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G. Terry Madona, Presidential Election, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 10/14/2020, Noon
 
To view this meeting LIVE, visit:  https://youtu.be/pGrs6lCKYII
 
The November election is three weeks away and 2020 has already been a wild, unpredictable year.  Our virtual speaker, Dr. G. Terry Madonna, speaks about the Presidential election and his outlook for election.  Both the House of Representatives and the US Senate are also in play as far as who will control the levers of power in Washington DC.  
 
Dr. Madonna is Professor of Public Affairs with Franklin and Marshall College, Director, Center for Politics and Public Affairs and Director, Franklin and Marshall College Poll.
G Terry Madonna  Ken Cooper 2020-10-08 04:00:00Z 0

Eugene DePasquale conversation

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Eugene DePasquale Conversation, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 10/07/2020, Noon
 
To view this virtual meeting visit:  https://youtu.be/WlSHoXk9z5s
 
TIME: 11:55am Log in, 12 Noon Meeting to begin, 
12:10pm Program with Q&A until approximately 1pm
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale is seeking election for the 10th Congressional seat on November 3rd.  DePasquale will face incumbent Congressman Scott Perry (who was featured at our September 2nd  meeting).  
 
PP Mike Summers "conversation" with this candidate is to obtain back ground on the candidate and why he chose public service to better understand the candidate's vision for the country and our community as our Congressional representative. 
 
Mike will also work in members questions on domestic and international issues.
Eugene DePasquale conversation Ken Cooper 2020-10-01 04:00:00Z 0

Teaching Honduras teachers
 

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Honduras Teacher Empowerment, Maxie Gluckman, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 09/30/2020, Noon
 
To view this virtual meeting, visit:  https://youtu.be/h7UnZgOZllQ
 
TIME: 11:55am Log in, 12 Noon Meeting to begin, 
12:10pm Program with Q&A until approximately 1pm
 
Maxie Gluckman is a Ph.D. student in Education at the University of California, San Diego, Past President of the Rotary E-Club of San Diego Global, and the President and founder of Instructural, a small, women-owned consulting firm. 
Her talk focuses on an original Honduras grant which began three years ago providing professional development and leadership opportunities to teachers in rural Honduran schools. She reflects on the successes and learning which occurred, as well as the steps the program has taken towards sustainability. 
She looks forward at the new grant opportunity in a neighboring town. Finally, Maxie expands on how the program activities have evolved to the face of COVID-19.
 
Her experience as a former bilingual elementary educator through the Teach For America program led to her involvement in Honduras, where she has supported the Rotary-run Honduras Teacher Empowerment program. Her academic career has focused on education in emergencies for Central American minors in transit in Mexico. Her professional career includes over 10 years of experience in education development, curriculum design, teacher and leadership capacity development, and migration research. 
Teaching Honduras teachers  Ken Cooper 2020-09-25 04:00:00Z 0

Averting School Crisis

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Averting school Crisis, Cody Santiago, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 09/23/2020, Noon
 
To view this meeting, visit:  https://youtu.be/pOOAURsubtg
 
Cody Santiago, a published author in school safety and the Emergency Manager of Baltimore City Schools, discusses his profession and his book Averting a School Crisis. Starting in his position five months ago, Cody has accomplished much for the district through building new relationships in the city, developing brand new plans toward security strategies, school emergency plans, and threat/hazard identification. 
 
These outcomes are unique because all of the work has been done virtually which is typically taboo in the world of emergency management. Having served as an Emergency Management Specialist for the PA Emergency Management Agency as well, Cody discusses some of the difficulties schools in PA face in terms of safety and security and how Rotary can help.
Averting School Crisis Ken Cooper 2020-09-17 04:00:00Z 0

Diversity Breakfast

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Diversity Breakfast in Greenville,SC, Jane Dyer,  Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 09/16/2020, Noon
 
To view this virtual meeting, visit  https://youtu.be/9o51-xP9a9E
 
A little over a year ago, the Rotary Club of Greenville, SC, tried something different under her leadership as club President. The club intentionally invited members of the community to join them for a Diversity Breakfast to learn more about Rotary.  Jane tells about this event and the results. 
 
The success of Rotary is inclusion and the Rotary Club of Greenville SC, like many, struggles with reaching out to people who are different than they are. 
 
As the only female pilot in an Air Force Pilot Training Class in 1981, Jane Dyer learned firsthand what it meant to be  unwelcome and unwanted because she was different. Since then, Jane has made every effort to intentionally be inclusive.
Diversity Breakfast Ken Cooper 2020-09-09 04:00:00Z 0

SpiritTrust Lutheran

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SpiritTrust Lutheran, Angela Dohrman, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 09/9/2020, Noon
 
To view it , visit:  https://youtu.be/YgA8TEhRQXU
 
Angela Dohrman, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for SpiriTrust Lutheran leads the organization’s COVID-19 Command Team and directs the organization’s efforts related to the pandemic response. Her presentation will provide the audience an inside view of the race to keep older adults safe from the impact of COVID-19.
 
Since March 3rd, skilled nursing centers and assisted living residences have been in the throes of battling COVID-19 and protecting the people they serve—our nation’s oldest, and most vulnerable, citizens. The deadly virus is particularly assaultive against older adults and those who live in congregate living arrangements are most at risk.   
 
SpiritTrust Lutheran Ken Cooper 2020-09-03 04:00:00Z 0

Scott Perry Conversation

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Conversation with congressional candidate Scott Perry, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 09/2/2020, Noon
 
To view this virtual meeting visit    https://youtu.be/Dd2N4sALfhw
 
Virtual Online Meeting gotowebinar.com   
  
Our program features Congressman Scott Perry who is seeking re-election to 10th Congressional seat.  Perry will face Auditor General Eugene DePasquale (who will be featured at our October 7th meeting). 
 
PP Mike Summers holds a "conversation" with the two candidates at their respective meetings to gain background on each, why each chose public service, and to pose submitted questions on domestic and international areas to gain a better understanding of their vision for the country and our community. 
Scott Perry Conversation Ken Cooper 2020-08-28 04:00:00Z 0

Commercial Real Estate

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ROCK Commercial Real Estate, David Bode, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 08/26/2020, Noon
 
To view this virtual meeting, visit  https://youtu.be/P5S6rFDVwz8

The Real Estate Market along with many other industries suffered a loss during COVID-19.  David Bode, managing partner and principal member in ROCK Commercial Real Estate, speaks to the health of the real estate market pre-COVID-19, during the pandemic, and how the market will likely shift going forward. He also offers suggestions on how we can protect our community and businesses post pandemic and into the future.
 
David has more than 32 years of experience in real estate and holds both CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) and SIOR (Society of Industrial and Office Realtors) designations. David specializes in owner representation within the office and industrial markets and has a thorough knowledge of investment analysis and consulting for corporate and institutional users and investors.
Commercial Real Estate Ken Cooper 2020-08-20 04:00:00Z 0

Nineteenth Amendment 100th Anniversary

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Jane Sutton, Nineteenth Amendment Anniversary, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 08/19/2020, Noon
 
To view it, visit  https://youtu.be/qKfCB1O3rs0

PROGRAM: Jane S. Sutton, Professor of Communication Arts & Sciences Emeritus at Penn State, whose academic career delved deep beneath the foundations of rhetoric and moved relentlessly through its intriguing, heartbreaking, and inspiring past. What she found led her to look backward and forward at the same time, always circling around the question of authority. 
Who can speak and when and where? Resting on the idea that rhetoric is a foundation stone of civil society and an essential part of the democratic process, her talk on the 100th anniversary of the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, guaranteeing and protecting women’s constitutional right to vote, investigates the history of women and suffrage in the scaffolding of voice, political decision making, and leadership. 
 
Nineteenth Amendment 100th Anniversary Ken Cooper 2020-08-13 04:00:00Z 0

United Way ALICE

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United Way ALICE project in York, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 08/12/2020, Noon
 
To view this virtual meeting visit: https://youtu.be/dUnKQHAOgrE
 
TIME: 11:55am - Log in
12 Noon -  Meeting to begin
12:10pm - Program with Q&A until approximately 1pm
 
United Way of Pennsylvania launched the ALICE Project, a statewide data project, in June 2019. This gave every community in the state a data set to explain how many people in the community are going to work, but still struggling to make ends meet. 
 
Learn about ALICE in York County from Kristen Rotz.  We dig into the data and the survival budget for York County, and share what we know about how ALICE is impacted by the pandemic, as well as challenges on the horizon while our economy is destabilized by COVID-19. 
 
ALICE® stands for Asset-Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. The story of those who live below the ALICE stability threshold are our friends and neighbors who live one emergency away from extreme vulnerability. ALICE cares for children in day care centers, the elderly in nursing homes and supports people with various disabilities.
United Way ALICE Ken Cooper 2020-08-06 04:00:00Z 0

Arts in York PA

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Arts and Culture in York, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 08/05/2020, Noon
 
To view this virtual meeting, visit    https://youtu.be/JfLEjywrNKc
 
TIME: 11:55am - Log in
12 Noon -  Meeting to begin
12:10pm - Program with Q&A until approximately 1pm
 
LOCATION: Virtual Online Meeting gotowebinar.com          
 
PROGRAM:  Creativity in Crisis: The Uncertain Future of Arts and Culture in York
 
Kelley Gibson, President of the Cultural Alliance of York County, shares key findings from local, state, and national surveys on how arts and culture organizations are faring, the metrics of success around turning to technology to meet audience needs, and the impact that enhanced safety protocols and audience attitudes on re-opening arts spaces will have on our arts and culture sector. 
 
Arts in York PA Ken Cooper 2020-07-30 04:00:00Z 0

MajorLeagueBaseball20200723

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Major League Baseball VP Jim Small, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 07/29/2020, Noon
 
To view this virtual meeting, visit  https://youtu.be/_wWYeyNCYiw
TIME: 
11:55am - Log in
12 Noon -  Meeting to begin
12:10pm - Program with Q&A until approximately 1pm
 
LOCATION: Virtual Online Meeting gotowebinar.com          
 
PROGRAM: 
 
Our speaker, Major League Baseball’s Senior Vice President, International, Jim Small is responsible for the league’s international business initiatives.  Jim speaks on the tremendous growth of international baseball, the interesting people he has come in contact with through MLB's efforts and highlights the tremendous growth in China and India.
 
Jim is responsible for growing MLB’s brand and development globally, planning MLB’s international play schedule, generating new opportunities to grow the sport’s popularity internationally, creating and nurturing a talent pipeline in key markets, and overseeing the World Baseball Classic.
 
Small oversees offices and personnel in China, Japan, Korea, India, the UK, Mexico, and Taiwan, and coordinates their efforts with MLB’s global media, sponsorship and consumer products departments in the Commissioner’s Office.
MajorLeagueBaseball20200723 Ken Cooper 2020-07-23 04:00:00Z 0

York College of PA

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York College of PA, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 07/22/2020, Noon
 
to view this virtual meeting , visit  https://youtu.be/bJ0QauHCjR0
 
TIME:  
11:55am - Log in
12 Noon -  Meeting to begin 
12:10pm - Program with Q&A until approximately 1pm
LOCATION: Virtual Online Meeting gotowebinar.com          
 
PROGRAM:  
 
Pamela Gunter-Smith began serving as president of York College of Pennsylvania on July 1, 2013 with a vision for creating a culture of increased community connectivity. 
 
Dr. Gunter-Smith offers a recap of the steps she and her administration have taken to effectively navigate the unprecedented COVID 19 crisis, all the while ensuring that a high level of teaching and student learning continued to flourish at the College. She also offers an overview of the course she is charting for the fall semester and beyond as York County emerges from a state mandated shelter-in-place order.
 
Under her leadership, the College has established the Center for Community Engagement, created a multi-disciplinary partnership with YCIDA to assist in bringing back the Yorktowne Hotel, increased the College’s scholars programs designed to engage students in York as part of their York College learning experience.  
 
York College of PA Ken Cooper 2020-07-16 04:00:00Z 0

Outdoor Country Club

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Outdoor Country Club, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 07/15/2020, Noon
 
to view this presentation, visit   https://youtu.be/COfwEtvvlLk
 
11:55am - Log in
12 Noon -  Meeting to begin 
12:10pm - Program with Q&A until approximately 1pm
 
LOCATION: Virtual Online Meeting gotowebinar.com          
 
PROGRAM:  The Out Door Country Club, a part of the York Community since 1892 was in line to suffer the same fate as many Country Clubs across the country since the 2008 recession. A loss in membership and overwhelming debt had the Club Board of Directors looking for a way to keep the ODCC operating and increase membership. 
 
Two long time members and board members, Bob Davis and Rotarian Jerry Watson began researching solutions that ultimately culminated in the formation of the Outdoor Equity Group LLC, 60 current members who purchased the real estate and retired the club debt.  Jerry and Bob discuss the process that led to the formation of the OEG and the partnership that will allow the ODCC to move into a successful future.
Outdoor Country Club Ken Cooper 2020-07-09 04:00:00Z 0

YouthExchange-Weary

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Ella Weary,Rotary Youth Exchange, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 07/08/2020, Noon
 
To view this virtual meeting :  https://youtu.be/z3ftghElXAs
 
TIME:  11:55am - Log in
12 Noon -  Meeting to begin 
12:10pm - Program with Q&A until approximately 1pm
LOCATION: Virtual Online Meeting - gotowebinar.com          
TIME:  11:55am - Log in
12 Noon -  Meeting to begin 
12:10pm - Program with Q&A until approximately 1pm
 
LOCATION: Virtual Online Meeting - gotowebinar.com          
 
PROGRAM:  Ella Weary speaks about her 2019-2020 Rotary Youth Exchange program.  She goes over what she learned and experienced in the Rhone-Alpes region of France.  She was hosted by the Rotary Club of Val de Fier in Annecy.  
 
The presentation covers her adventures with three different host families, her schooling at lycee Berthollet, and her adaptation to the language and culture of the region.  Ella also discusses how the pandemic affected her daily routine and explain how she was able to communicate through a language barrier.  
 
Tune in to hear about a bizarre yet rewarding exchange.
YouthExchange-Weary Ken Cooper 2020-07-02 04:00:00Z 0

MurphyDittenhafer

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Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 07/01/2020, Noon
 
To vieew this virtual meeting visit:  https://youtu.be/biIyVZ7pcBA
 
TIME:  11:55am - Log in
12 Noon -  Meeting to begin 
12:10pm - Program with Q&A until approximately 1pm
 
LOCATION: Virtual Online Meeting - gotowebinar.com          
 
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects is celebrating 35 years of designing inspiring places in 2020. York Architect Frank Dittenhafer II, President and Co-founder of M&D will provide a “visual presentation” about his firm’s recent design work over the past five years on a diverse array of assignments – and a commentary on current trends including his Architectural forecast for the future. 
 
Frank is frequently asked “What Exciting Projects are you working on?” and “How has the COVID-19 situation affected the Design and Construction industry?” Frank will answer these questions – and others. 
 
Murphy & Dittenhafer is an award winning twenty-five person  Architectural/Interiors/Planning firm with offices at 226 West Market Street in York, PA and 805 North Charles Street in Baltimore, MD. His firm’s work ranges from designing the award-winning CODO and George Street Loft residential/mixed-use projects in downtown York, to a weekend residence in southeastern York County for a world famous NYC artist – to an inspiring homeless shelter in the Sandtown -Winchester neighborhood in Baltimore – to current designs for the dynamic transformation of the Northwest Triangle in York City. 
 
MurphyDittenhafer Ken Cooper 2020-06-24 04:00:00Z 0

Changing of the Guard

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Changing of the Guard, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 06/24/2020, Noon
 
To View this virtual meeting click on the link.
 
 
Today’s program is the annual “Changing of the Guard” and we take a look back at the activities, programs and projects for the 2019-2020 year under the leadership of President Josh George.
  
While the year wasn’t quite as expected, the challenges were met with flexibility and cooperation.   Enjoy a “Year in Review” as we look back at the projects, programs and changes the club went through this year.  Please join us as we thank President Josh for his leadership and induct Anne Druck as President for the 2020-2021 Rotary year.  
Changing of the Guard Ken Cooper 2020-06-17 04:00:00Z 0

One York

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One York: a peaceful and thriving community, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 06/17/2020, Noon
 
Toview this presentation, visit:    https://youtu.be/GFCPbBYyfRM
 
Our virtual speakers are The Reverend Aaron Anderson, CEO and Head of Logos Academy, Chief Tim Damon, President of our County Chiefs of Police Association and Chief of York Area Regional Police, as well as Pastor Bill Kerney, President of the Black Ministers Association.  Aaron, who spearheaded the process since 2016 along with fellow police chief and clergy, has worked on a vision that York develop a reputation as One York: a peaceful and thriving community based on:
 
o    Mutual respect, trust, transparency, and cooperation exist between law enforcement and community
o    Our community is policed with fairness and justice resulting in safety and peace
 
Collectively they highlight the relationships that have been built, the lessons learned, and the progress we hope to accomplish.  Please don't miss this most important presentation.
One York Ken Cooper 2020-06-10 04:00:00Z 0

Holla Spirits

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Holla Spirits, Patrick Shorb, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 06/10/2020, Noon
 
Holla Spirits is a millennial-owned company dedicated to creating innovative spirits that resonate with like-minded consumers.  Holla blends its vodkas using high quality base distillates and flavor ingredients, with over a dozen distinct variations.
 
Holla is proud to support a variety of charities in the communities it serves, and began producing medical grade hand sanitizer in the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Holla Spirits Ken Cooper 2020-06-03 04:00:00Z 0

O.N.E. Hospitality

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O.N.E. Hospitality Group, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 06/03/2020, Noon
 
Click Here to view Video:  https://youtu.be/iZkYKDb3hdE
 
A true chameleon, Toni Calderone, CEO of O.N.E. Hospitality Group which is the umbrella company of concepts Tutoni’s, The Cantina, Aviano’s Corner Trattoria, Presto Pastaria, Tutoni’s Flour Shop fresh pasta line, The Rig.a.Toni food truck, RaisedStake.com, Taste Test and more speaks on how she led her team through a complete strategic pivot of the company during this pandemic.

With new growth on the horizon, O.N.E. is carefully planning and preparing for a new way of executing the dining experience in a compliant environment. As things change from day to day, one thing that remains is the hospitality that runs deep in her blood and an undying love for her community.
O.N.E. Hospitality Ken Cooper 2020-05-27 04:00:00Z 0

Girl Scouts

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Girl Scouts in the Heart of PA, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 05/27/2020, Noon
 
To view this meeting visit: https://youtu.be/hWC_Jz_xumQ
 
Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania: Today and Tomorrow in York County
 
With a laser focus on giving girls the tools they need to be tomorrow’s civic leaders, STEAM professionals, entrepreneurs and whatever they can dream, Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania (GSHPA) is poised to deliver life-changing opportunities to over 13,500 girls across 30 counties in Pennsylvania.

Join GSHPA’s virtual presentation from President and CEO, Janet Donovan, to learn how GSHPA is leveraging innovation and community commitment to impact York County – today through Bronze, Silver, and Gold Award Projects and tomorrow by exposing Girl Scouts to local innovation to fill the STEM pipeline in South Central PA.

More than cookies, camps, and crafts, the robust program model allows a Girl Scout to explore her interest and make an impact – much like Rotary International’s motto of service above self.

Leave this presentation with an up to date understanding of Girl Scouting today and tomorrow in York County, and why it’s important for Rotarians and the community to continue to invest in Girl Scouts’ learning, discovery and success.
Girl Scouts Ken Cooper 2020-05-20 04:00:00Z 0

York Revolution 2020

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York Revolution 2020, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 05/20/2020, Noon

Click on the link to view: https://youtu.be/ThlAowWjONo

This week, we were to be traveling to PeoplesBank Park to hear about the Rev's 2020 season.  Instead our virtual program features York Revolution President Eric Menzer and Atlantic League President Rick White with a version of our annual program.  Rick talks about the challenges facing the Atlantic League and all sports organizations from the coronavirus pandemic. He also updates us on the efforts to change the alignment of minor league baseball as a whole, and what opportunities and challenges that might present for the Atlantic League. Eric gives us an update on the Rev’s response to COVID-19 here in York, and the outlook for this summer.  BYOD (bring your own (hot)dog to your computer) with mustard!
York Revolution 2020 Ken Cooper 2020-05-13 04:00:00Z 0

York County Courts

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York County Courts and COVID-19, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 05/13/2020, Noon
 
To view the presentation click this link: https://youtu.be/sENOz19eUq8
 
COVID-19 has presented all segments of our society with challenges.  Our virtual program today features York County Court of Common Pleas President Judge Joseph C. Adams, Supervising Criminal Court Judge Maria Musti Cook (fellow club Rotarian) and Supervising Family Court Judge Andrea Marceca Strong (Uptown Rotarian), who will provide insight into the challenges that the York County Courts have faced while operating in a pandemic.  The judges address how remote technology and social distancing have been implemented, other measures taken to keep the courts operating for the citizens of York County, and ask you to ponder the question – how does the court conduct a jury trial under social distancing rules?
York County Courts 2020-05-07 04:00:00Z 0

Youth Exchange Students

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Youth Exchange Students, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 05/6/2020, Noon

Click on the link:  https://youtu.be/8-_1-3slwDI
 
The Rotary Club of York has hosted three Youth Exchange students this year, and what an eventful year it has turned out to be!  But how does this year look to a student from another country?  You will  hear the perspective from Ella Peterson from Denmark, Santiago Mireles from Mexico, and in a first ever presentation of its kind, from Ines Benmechri who speaks to us live from Belgium, where she has already returned due to the pandemic.  Watch the most unusual Youth Exchange program we have ever presented.
Youth Exchange Students Ken Cooper 2020-04-30 04:00:00Z 0

York County Commissioner

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York County - How are we doing?, Rotary Club of York PA, Virtual Meeting, 04/29/2020, Noon

Click on the Link:  https://youtu.be/9lV7tp-J3cg 

York County’s President Commissioner Julie Wheeler offers a State of York County amidst the COVID-19 crisis. This includes an update on the current crisis mitigation efforts, the County’s collaborative oversight of the Incident Command Center, and where we go from here.   Silas Chamberlin and Kevin Schreiber of the York County Economic Alliance offer an overview of all of the efforts done to date to assist those economically impacted, as well as provide a brief look at the economic impact and restart modeling related to the COVID crisis.
York County Commissioner Ken Cooper 2020-04-24 04:00:00Z 0

Jim McClure History

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History and Adversity, Jim McClure, Rotary Club of York PA, Meeting, 04/22/2020
 
Click on the Link: https://youtu.be/P6IIbUGdjO0
 
Jim McClure, retired editor of the York Daily Record/York Sunday News, will talk on other significant times of worry endured by York Countians through history and how York County has shown resilience in adversity.  We are in unparalleled times with COVID-19 virus but this is certainly not the first time we have been challenged with adversity of events seemingly outside our control.  In time, COVID-19 will join the significant moments from our past that challenged every man, woman and child in York County. 
 
Jim McClure History 2020-04-17 04:00:00Z 0

Kiwanis Lake Project

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Kiwanis Lake Project,Aaron Jacobs,Rotary Club of York PA,Meeting,04/15/2020

Click on the Link: (https://youtu.be/8E-P7mv5dmw)
 
York City’s Kiwanis Lake is one of the most prominent water features in our community and the Rotary Club of York has identified this landmark community legacy to be its focus project for Give Local York on May 1 to concentrate on repairing and restoring the lake as well as adding new ‘Smart Lake Technology’. This program outlines PPE’s 5 step plan to have Kiwanis Lake functioning better than it ever has by 2021 and showing our community the tremendous impact that York Rotary has.

Although this is a man-made body of water, it has become a haven for aquatic life and park visitors year-round. Unfortunately, the lake has suffered in recent decades due to changes in the upstream environment, failing mechanical and maintenance features as well as an imbalance of wildlife, lake nutrients and water quality. 
Kiwanis Lake Project Ken Cooper 2020-04-15 04:00:00Z 0

Meeting April 8, 2020 York Suburban School

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Virtual Meeting #2 York Suburban School District,  Superintendent Tim Williams
 
 
The world changed on Friday, March 13, 2020. It marked the strangest day in Rotarian Tim Williams', Superintendent of York Suburban School District, 34-year career in education.
 
Watch the virtual meeting to find out how York Suburban is dealing with the strangest Friday the 13th ever and its aftermath.
 
School as we knew it does not exist, at least for the short term. Some districts are struggling to figure out a way to move forward; others are using this as an opportunity to reinvent themselves.
 
 
Meeting April 8, 2020 York Suburban School 2020-04-08 04:00:00Z 0

Virtual Meeting

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The Rotary Club of York had its VERY FIRST virtual meeting on Wednesday, April 1, 2020.
 
Click on the link:  https://youtu.be/hIEn6Vor2iA
 
A webinar organized and presented by Rotarian Courtney Bailey was shown at Noon, the time of our regular meeting. 
 
Following the meeting, the presentation was posted on You Tube for those of you who missed it.
 
Additional webinars (virtual meetings) are planned for the next few weeks.  Stay Tuned.  Members will get notifications and instructions in our normal weekly reminders.
 
 
Virtual Meeting Ken Cooper 2020-04-01 04:00:00Z 0 Rotary Club of York,virtual meeting

Totes of Hope

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TOTES OF HOPE
 
 
The Rotary Club of York sponsored the summer Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports program at York High. The students in the program did weekly community service projects for various non-profit organizations.  One of the projects was to make blankets and assemble care bags for the American Red Cross “Totes of Hope” Program.  The “Totes of Hope” are given to homeless veterans and veterans in VA hospitals.  The students made 23 blankets that were placed in “Totes of Hope” bags along with toiletries, socks, and a puzzle book. 
On November 21, 2019, the students were awarded the Youth Impact Red Cross Hero Award by the South Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Red Cross for their work with the “Totes of Hope” Program.  The Rotary Club of York donated the funds to purchase the blankets and Rotarians helped and interacted with the students at every blanket making session.
 
Some of the students in the program have recently been relocated to the mainland of the United States from Puerto Rico after losing their homes to Hurricane Maria.  Providing the blankets to homeless veterans is a project that is very close to their hearts.
 
Contact Person:
Ashlee Etzweiler
EtzweilerFH@outlook.com
 
Totes of Hope Ken Cooper 2019-12-09 05:00:00Z 0

Trees for Trail 
Dedication

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Dedication Ceremony, Trees for the Trail
Sunday, November 10, 2019
 
 
Committee chair Shelly Riedel, Judge Craig Trebilcock, Vice Admiral DeWolf Miller, III and Master of ceremonies Pastor John Dorr salute the flag as the William Penn JROTC color guard posts the colors at the beginning of the ceremony.
 
An agenda of remarks by Admiral Miller, Judge Trebilcock, Shelly Riedel and Steven Smith provided the attendees with a full appreciation for the work that our military does and the significance of restoring the Road of Remembrance (Susquehanna Trail south of Jacobus to the Maryland line) to its full complement of trees in honor of all who have served our country.
 
The attendees were treated to an outstanding performance of “I’m proud to be an American” by Alexandria Hynoski and an impressive performance by the William Penn JROTC color guard.
 
Those participating in the ceremony and those attending expressed compliments and gratitude for the project and the ceremony. Vice Admiral Miller described it as "world-class". Judge Trebilcock stated the ceremony was extremely well done. 
 
 
Numbering in the hundreds, the project committee, landowners, sponsors and volunteers who helped plant went way beyond expectations.
Trees for Trail Dedication Ken Cooper 2019-11-17 05:00:00Z 0

Rotary Club Funds Raised 2018-19

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Rotary Club of York, PA raised $66,000 that will be spent to benefit the youth of York City
 
In 2019, the Fundraising Committee focused its efforts to raise money to support the fit-out of the science labs at the Upper School of the York Academy.  The two main events included the Give Local York Campaign in May and the Love Fore Community Outing in September. 
 
The Give Local efforts result in ~$20,000 of funds raised through online donations the day of the event.  As a centerpiece, we coordinated three different science experiences with some of the students at the York Academy. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Love Fore Community event included golf, tennis, croquet, a dinner and a live auction.  All events had full fields and the resulting moneys raised totaled ~$46,000.  This amount represented the second highest level ever achieved in the 15+ year history of the event. 
 
Because of the generous efforts of all the event organizers, the RCY members and those that supported the event, we continue to make a tangible and positive impact in our community. 
 
Rotary Club Funds Raised 2018-19 Ken Cooper 2019-11-09 05:00:00Z 0

Rotary Rave Reviews 2019

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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!
Rotary Rave Reviews 2019 Ken Cooper 2019-10-18 04:00:00Z 0

Restoring Road of Remembrance Veterans Memorial

The restoration of the Road of Remembrance Veterans Memorial was done through the collaboration of the York, Southern York County, and Red Lion Rotary Clubs along with tremendous volunteer participation.  A Facebook page, titled Trees for the Trail, includes the details of the project.  Below are some of the many photographs taken by Ken Cooper and other volunteers.

Restoring Road of Remembrance Veterans Memorial Heather Warner 2019-08-27 04:00:00Z 0

Planting Trees in York City

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 22 more Trees planted in York City

On Saturday, October 20, 2018, The Rotary Club of York, PA's Preserve Planet Earth Committee, members and families, assisted by cadets from the Bearcat Battalion of York High's JROTC troop removed stumps, rocks, bricks and concrete in existing tree wells to plant 22 trees in downtown York. The 22 trees included a variety of species - Cleveland Pear, Lilac, Hornbeam, and Linden Trees.

Special thinks to Rotarian Brian Mummert of W S Landscape Services who procured the trees, provided the mulch and put in a full day delivering, planting and cleaning up. Also, thanks to J T Hand and the York Water Company for free direct delivery of water for all the trees.

Finally a BOO-RA gung-ho award to Dennis Baughman and John Klinedienst who actually removed a dead tree by hand in order to plant a new live on at the York Academy.

Planting Trees in York City ken 2019-06-18 04:00:00Z 0

Trees for the Trail

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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

Trees for the Trail Ken Cooper 2019-06-18 04:00:00Z 0

Love Your Community by Loving Fore Community!

Posted by Christopher Topf on Jun 11, 2019
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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
 
 
 
Love Your Community by Loving Fore Community! Christopher Topf 2019-06-11 04:00:00Z 1 Country Club of York,Croquet,Donate,Golf,Rotary,Tennis,Volunteer,York PA
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