Happenings in York PA
York Revolution, Wellspan Park, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting 4/17/2024
HYBRID MEETING - virtual on Zoom 
VIRTUAL REGISTRATION:  To attend the VIRTUAL meeting on ZOOM for 04/17, please register at: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEkcOqprzkqGNzxyxwlR3VnARRcMnQEZguy
Rotary returns to WellSpan Park for our pre-season program with the York Revolution. Revolution President Eric Menzer fills us in on what's new for the Revs' as they launch their 17th season, and Atlantic League President Rick White brings news from the Atlantic League on the changing landscape of partner league baseball, including the launch of a new team in Hagerstown, Maryland. Then, it's time to welcome back Revs Manager Rick Forney, who introduces us to the 2024 version of York's hometown team. 
A buffet luncheon and fellowship beginning at 11:30am will be followed by our club meeting in the 1741 Club.    
TIME - In Person at WellSpan Park
11:30am  Arrival and fellowship, Lunch
12:15pm  President Aaron will begin meeting
1:15pm    Meeting adjourned
TIME - "Virtual" Audience on ZOOM:
11:45am  Log in and fellowship/networking on Zoom
12:15pm  Virtual Meeting to begin. Program with Q&A until 1:15pm.      
Megan Shue,M&T Bank/Wilmington Trust, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting 4/10/2024
HYBRID MEETING - Country Club of York and virtual on Zoom 
Can the reign continue? Meghan Shue, Head of Investment Strategy & Portfolio Construction for M&T Bank’s Wilmington Trust, examines the 2024 Capital Markets Forecast: U.S. Economic Exceptionalism. 
Meghan helps manage the end-to-end asset allocation process, develops market research, and communicates the investment team’s market outlook and positioning to clients and prospective clients.   The U.S. has typically been able to shake off its cyclical economic troubles and power forth into a fresh expansion. This time around, it may be more challenging to emerge victorious.
Alexis Campbell, Horn Farm, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting 4/3/2024
HYBRID MEETING - Country Club of York and virtual on Zoom 
Executive Director Alexis Campbell shares the Horn Farm Center’s exciting plans for preserving, restoring, and transforming the historic farmhouse building into a community gathering and learning center.
For the last 20 years, the Horn Farm Center for Agricultural Education has been a source of nutritious food, farm-based learning, and creative place-making within our community. In October 2021, tragedy struck the Horn Farm Center when their historic farmhouse was hit by lightning and damaged by fire. Since then, the organization has been hard at work: recovering its operations, reimagining its facilities, and continuing to carry out its mission, serving over 5000 visitors each year.