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President
Executive Treasurer
Secretary
Director, International & District Service
Director, Community Service
President Elect
Director, New Generations
Director, Charitable Allocations/Fund Raising
President-Elect Nominee/Membership
Immediate Past President
Director, Club Service Meetings
Chair, Rotary Foundation
Executive Secretary
Chair. Group Study Exchange
Chair, Youth Exchange
Chair, RYLA
 

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Club Information

Welcome!

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.

 

Learn Even More about Our Club

Click here to see a short video.  Hershey Rotary Club Video

Click here for a fact sheet.  Hershey Rotary Club Fact Sheet

 
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.
 
 
 
Announcements
Severe weather reminder:  When Derry Township School District classes are cancelled as a result of severe weather, any Club meeting to be held that day will also be cancelled.
 
 
 
Latest News
The Hershey Rotary Club is proud to support the Hershey Volunteer Fire Company with a multi-year donation commitment of $10,000 to the new Station 48. We will also be donating 20% of the proceeds from our annual auction, held this year on April 9, to the Fire Company. Thank you for helping us to support our volunteer firefighters! (Pictured left to right: Rotary President Steve Ginter, Board Member Alex Roca, Assistant Fire Chief Rodney Sonderman and firefighter and Derry Township Supervisor John Foley.)
 

 
On Monday November 23, 2015, The Hershey Rotary Club held its annual Grant Day Program where 25 locally-affiliated organizations received grants totaling $20,400. During its current fiscal year, The Hershey Rotary Club and its student-run organization, the Hershey Community Youth Alliance, will donate more than $35,000 to community organizations. In addition, Hershey Rotary also supports an active International Youth Exchange Program.
 
 

 
The Rotary Club of Hershey is pleased to announce the winners of its annual Four-Way Test Speech Contest for 10th, 11th and 12th grade students.  The speech contest is centered around the Four-Way Test, four questions that Rotarians use to assist in the conduct of their personal and professional lives.  The questions are:  “Is it the truth?  Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build good will and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned?”
 
The Club recognized the following students, all from Milton Hershey School.  The winners are (pictured from right to left):
1st Place:  Leila Asemani 
2nd Place:  Alondra Isidro
3rd Place:  Susanna Compare
 
 

 
Hershey Rotary Club celebrates the recognition of long-time club member Dr. Tom Davis and Milton Hershey School student Leila Asemani on May 2, 2015 at the District 7390 conference.  Dr. Tom Davis, club President 1993/1994 and District Governor 2003/2004, was presented with Rotary International's Service Above Self Award.  Annually, only 150 of those are bestowed worldwide.  Tom was recognized for providing multiple service visits to perform plastic surgery related operations on disadvantaged people who without his help would not be able to afford such care.  These operations were performed in developing countries throughout the world.  Furthermore, working with his brother, he has made eight visits to India to help build a school and orphanage for underprivileged children. 
 
Leila Asemani , Milton Hershey School junior, was awarded first place in the Rotary District 7390 speech contest .  Leila’s speech focused on the need for parents and mentors to raise the bar and challenge today’s youth to be better for themselves and those around them.    This is the third year in a row that a student from a Hershey school has been selected as a first-place winner in the Rotary District 7390 speech contest.  
 

 
 
 
 
Hershey Rotary Club
P.O. Box 326
Hershey, PA 17033