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Hershey

Serving Hershey and the Worldwide Community

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Hershey Lodge & Convention Center
325 University Dr
Hershey, PA  17033
United States
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With Milton Hershey as an Honorary Member, The Rotary Club of Hershey was founded in 1943. Our club consists of over 130 of the area’s most respected business, professional and civic leaders. We get together at weekly lunch meetings, and other functions, to fulfill our commitment to the Rotarian ideals of friendship, fellowship and service to others. We welcome you to learn more about our club and consider becoming a member.

Join Us for a Meeting!

Lunch meetings are held Mondays at noon at The Hershey Lodge. The location and schedule vary occasionally, so please check the calendar. Cost of lunch is $17.00 (Christmas and Valentine lunches have an additional charge). Prospective members are welcome to join us for two lunch meetings at no charge. Dress is business casual.

 

New Member Information

Hershey Rotary Club welcomes new members who would like to become more involved in our community.  For more information, please contact us at info@hersheyrotary.org or join us for a weekly meeting.
 
 
 

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When shopping on Amazon this season, you can designate a donation to be made to Rotary International.  Amazon is now donating a small percentage of their proceeds from purchases made.  Instead of logging onto Amazon.com, log onto smile.Amazon.com.  Select Rotary International from a list of charities available.
 
 
 
 
 

Latest News


The Hershey Rotary Club is pleased to recognize Leila Asemani of The Milton Hershey School for her first place finish at the Mid-Level Four-Way Speech Contest held on Saturday November 15th.  Leila moves on to the District Finals competition in May 2015.
 

 
Hershey Rotarian Charlie Wolgemuth celebrated his 103rd birthday Monday, Oct. 6, 2014 by helping induct two new members of the Rotary Club.  Family member surprised him by joining him at the club's weekly meeting.  Charlie joined Rotary in November of 1957 so that puts him at nearly 57 years as a club member. He served as President of the club in 1967-68, and is a multiple Paul Harris Fellow.
 
He is pictured here with his granddaughter Vicki Hanson.
 
 

 
On June 9 Hershey Rotary Club presented  the 2014 Packy Award to Kirk Sponaugle for the dedication he has shown to the Club in his roles as Immediate Past President, President, President-Elect, Treasurer, Secretary, Newsletter Coordinator, Youth Exchange Program Transportation Coordinator, Youth Exchange Program Inbound Chair, Phillies Social Coordinator, Auction Committee Member, Salvation Army Bell Ringer, Audio/Visual Coordinator, Paul Harris Fellow, for his faithful service to Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, for his volunteer service at the Hershey Theatre, and for the many other ways in which he volunteers his time and efforts, making him an invaluable member of the Hershey community.  The Club takes great pleasure in acknowledging Kirk’s outstanding service to Rotary and to the Hershey community.  Kirk truly exemplifies the Rotary tenet of “Service Above Self."
 
 
 
 

 
On June 9 Hershey Rotary Club presented  the 2014 Community Award to Maggie Raid for her commitment to our community through her 1500+ hours of expertise and volunteer time given to The Hershey Story Museum and Hershey Gardens and for over ten years of invaluable volunteer service to the Mohler Senior Center. The magnitude of Maggie Raid’s volunteer service and the unassuming manner in which it is given truly exemplify the Rotary tenet of “Service Above Self.”
 
 

 

The Hershey Rotary Club, along with Penn State Harrisburg’s International Affairs Association (Rotaract) and the Hershey Community Youth Alliance (Interact) each donated $2,000 in support of Wheelchairs for Nigeria. Nigeria has more polio victims than any other nation in the world. This donation will provide forty 3-wheeled, self-pedaled wheelchairs made out of bicycle parts for $150 each. These wheelchairs transform the lives of polio survivors, giving children the opportunity to attend school and adults the ability to get vocational training to become self-supporting. To learn more about the charity please visit: www.wheelchairsfornigeria.org.

Since 1979, Rotarians from around the world have been committed to the eradication of Polio. Since then, Polio has been reduced by 99%. We are closer than ever to ending this crippling disease forever.

 
 
 
The Hershey Rotary Club is proud to announce that Mallory Royer was selected as the first place winner in Rotary District 7390's Four Way Test Speech Contest, on May 17, 2014. Mallory spoke on the topic of social media and competed against five other top students at the District's annual conference. Congratulations, Mallory! Thank you for representing Hershey Rotary Club so well!
 
 

 
 
 
 
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P.O. Box 326
Hershey, PA 17033
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