• Fellowship and Leadership

    Fellowship and Leadership

  • Fundraising for Schools

    Fundraising for Schools

  • Developing Young Leaders

    Developing Young Leaders

  •  Sweet Bites for better Sight winners

    Sweet Bites for better Sight winners

  • Vision Program for Kids

    Vision Program for Kids

  • Helping the City of Harrisburg

    Helping the City of Harrisburg

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Welcome to Rotary!                                                                    T1718EN PMS C

The Rotary Club of Harrisburg is one of 34,000 Rotary clubs now located in over 200 countries. Our centennial anniversary of service to the local and global community was celebrated in May, 2011. Locally, since 2001, RCH has provided over $300,800 of support directly to the Harrisburg School District, Harrisburg school student college scholarships, Ecology scholarships, scholarships to the Rotary Leaders Conference, and countless volunteer hours for these and other youth focused projects, including 300 students that received free vision screening.   

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Events

  • At Dixon University Center RSVP required - Char Magaro, longtime popular Restaurateur and Environmental Activist. Mon. 24 Jul, 2017 (12:00 pm - 1:15 pm) Weekly Meetings Topic:  MY CONCERNING THOUGHTS REGARDING CLIMATE WARMING"   Now and then, especially in the summer, it seems intriguing to ask a well known member of our community, who is known by almost everybody for one thing and ask them about what they are really most concerned about!  When Char was asked, she had no hesitation in her quick response "what I really care about and am most concerned about is "our struggling environment" she said.  And thus, she has been asked to share her developing thoughts with all of us.  A topic much in the news here, and around the world, let's get together at Rotary and here what she has to say.  She really knows a lot! 
  • Ann Van Dyke, Authority on State and Federal Hate Crimes Mon. 31 Jul, 2017 (12:00 pm - 1:15 pm) Weekly Meetings TOPIC: "THE THREATENING EMERGENCE OF HATE GROUPS IN OUR MIDST" Most all of us know and feel that we live in a wonderful country.  Thus when we hear and read about the dramatic growth of "hate groups" it is something that truly unnerves us.  Why is this happening, why is this happening more now? What is the ultimate intent of these groups?  How best should this be addressed in a free and open society?  Ms. Van Dyke is civil investigator and trainer with much experience with many municipalities, education institutions, employers and employee groups, religious and civic groups.  She has served as a trainer for the PA State Police , the US Department of Justice, and the PA Office of Attorney Gen. She has been interviewed on NPR, New York Times and the Washington. As Rotarians we should be up to date as to what Organized Hate is about!    
  • Hanson Lunch at the Rotary Chamber Office Fri. 4 Aug, 2017 (12:00 pm - 1:00 pm) Committee Meetings
  • Rotary Board meeting Mon. 7 Aug, 2017 (10:30 am - 12:00 pm) Committee Meetings
  • Dr. Michael L. Hanes, President and CEO of Whitaker Center Productions Mon. 7 Aug, 2017 (12:00 pm - 1:15 pm) Weekly Meetings Topic: Expedition Chesapeake, A Journey of Discovery   Rotarian Hanes has 45 years of experience in higher education and non-profit organizations. He received acclaim for his leadership and development of the Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts.  In addition, and through those years, he developed a deep seated love and appreciation for our magnificent Susquehanna River and it's prime role in the health and well being of the regional treasure, the Chesapeake Bay.  Now that he is retired from Whitaker he has become the prime mover in the extraordinary Chesapeake Expedition, A Journey of Discovery.  The title of a magnificent new big screen production which he is producing! If you love and appreciate our wonderful river, you will love hearing about this exciting and dramatic project now underway by a fellow Rotarian!  

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