As the Rotary Club of York (PA, USA) nears its 100th birthday, the 300-plus members are proud of the difference the club has made to York City's past, it present, and planning for its future.
Putting "The Four Way Test" to work in and for the York community is the mantra of the club, which now ranks as the 35th largest club in the world.
From scholarships to charitable endowment funds to honoring deserving students and community people to preserving the earth, the 42 committees of the Rotary Club of York are working to make York a better place in which to live and work. To accomplish that objective, members roll up their sleeves to work and/or write checks for charitable causes.
As evidence of the Rotary Club of York's charitable giving, more than 900 of the club members are Paul Harris Fellows, underwriting the work of Rotary International.
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The Rotary Club of York welcomes visiting Rotarians and their guests at its weekly Wednesday meetings at noon at the Yorktowne Hotel, 48 E. Market Street, in the heart of the community the club serves.