Wednesday, October 19, 2022
Country Club of York & Virtual Meeting on Zoom
Our program will feature Dr. Mehmet Oz, Republican candidate for US Senate. Dr. Oz holds a degree from Harvard, a medical degree from University of Penn, MBA from Wharton and training and professorship with Columbia. He is a well-known Thoracic surgeon and very successful self-made TV show host entrepreneur (8 Emmys) who has turned his attentions to representing Pennsylvania in Washington DC. The format of the presentation will feature a conversation style exchange with PP Dave Meckley moderating, utilizing questions received from our club's membership.  
In the spirit of bipartisanship, an invitation was also extended to Democratic candidate Lt Gov John Fetterman without success for a similar opportunity with our club. 
TIME - In Person at CCY
11:30am  Arrival and fellowship, Lunch
12:15pm  Pres Glenn will begin meeting
1:15pm    Meeting adjourned
Lunch Reservations are NOT required.  GUESTS are welcome.  Please pre-register any
"guests" with the office before Tuesday afternoon.  The guest lunch fee is $20.00 which will
be invoiced to your Rotary account.
LUNCH TO INCLUDE:                 
Black Cod with a Tomato Caper Olive Relish, Salad, Fresh Fruit, Rolls,
Beverages and a Choice of Desserts
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.      
To attend the VIRTUAL meeting on ZOOM for 10/19, please register at:
If you do NOT receive a ZOOM email confirmation, you are NOT registered. Please share
the zoom link with interested family, friends and potential new members! You may join
from a computer, laptop or mobile device.  
Meeting Support - Scott Krauser, Glenn Smith, Bill Hunter, Brad Smith
Registrar - Roger Calabretta
Cashier - Sara Austin
Opening Song- PE Aaron Jacobs "America the Beautiful"
Invocation - Steve Feldmann
Visitor Introductions - Michael Hady
2022-2023 Rotary Theme
People and connections – the logo of the 2022-23 presidential theme | Rotary  Voices
The Rotary Club of York offers its sincere condolences to Rotarian Jules Tolbert on the passing of his mother.
Congratulations to Rotarian Dan Byrnes and his wife, Katie, on the birth of their second daughter on Tuesday, October 11th. 
The Membership Committee recommended to the Board of Directors the following applicants for MEMBERSHIP in The Rotary Club of York: Marissa Fish (Director of Individual Giving, Planned Parenthood Keystone) proposed by Jen May; Teresa Gregory (President, Traditions Mortgage and President, York Region, Traditions Bank) proposed by Gene Draganosky; and Michael Haun (VP, Wealth Management Advisor, Merrill Lynch) proposed by BJ Fegely. Any objections must be received by October 19th.             
The Membership Committee would like to extend HAPPY ANNIVERSARY wishes to the following
members who joined the club during this time and say THANK YOU for being valued members of the Rotary Club of York.     
                                                         Stephen Shellenberger        16 years
                                                         Bill Hartman                         13 years
                                                         Bob Baccon                             9 years
                                                         PP Jackie Summers                9 years
                                                         Alissa Barshinger                    1 year
                                                         Norman Humber                      1 year
                                                         Jacob Miller III                        1 year
If you are considering joining the 20,000 plus members of the Paul Harris Society, now is the time to do so! The Paul Harris Society recognizes Rotary members and friends of The Rotary Foundation who elect to contribute $1,000 or more each year. Join by October 31st and receive a bonus 1,000 recognition points that you may use to honor someone as a Paul Harris Fellow. There are several ways to contribute; including monthly, quarterly, and annual payments. Those interested, please notify Executive Director, Lynne Morrison.  All contributions will be used to change lives in our community and around the world.


As we consider ways we should Grow Rotary, we must consider groups that are underrepresented within our clubs. Women represent just 28% of our District’s membership. How can we grow these numbers and attract more members including women into the service we provide to our community AND to our members.
Tonight from 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Rotary District 7390 will host the second in a series of Summits to discuss Women in Rotary
Three Questions will be discussed in this 1 hour Zoom Summit.
  1. How can we encourage more women to join Rotary across our District?
  2. How can we support female Rotarians in growing in leadership and service within Rotary and our communities?  
  3. What should our next action steps be?
Women in Rotary Summit can be a tremendous opportunity for fellowship, growth, and new ideas.
The Rotary Leadership Institute is an opportunity to meet with other Rotarians, share experiences, and learn new skills to take back to your club. You don't have to be in the leadership chain to benefit from this institute. If you want to learn more about this wonderful organization that we call Rotary, and find out what you can actually do to start changing the world, put attendance on your schedule. 
Click here to register! (Please note: you MUST register using the GUEST tab)
  • When can I attend RLI? - Saturday, October 22, 2022 from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Central Penn College (600 Valley Road, Summerdale, PA 17093).
  • What is the Cost to attend RLI? - Rotary Clubs should pay for their members to attend RLI. The cost is $110 per Rotarian to attend.
  • What is RLI? - A leadership and development program to strengthen Rotary Clubs through education, collaboration and the exchange of ideas among its future leaders. A three-part curriculum facilitated by experienced, trained faculty members engaging participants through open discussion, problem solving and creative role-play.
  • What will I learn at RLI? - More about Rotary, The Rotary Foundation, Membership, Ethics, Service Projects, Communications, Strategic Planning and Analysis. You’ll also make new friends, and enjoy fellowship and networking opportunities.
  • Course Levels: Parts I, II, III and Graduate (The Graduate level will focus on The Rotary Foundation Seven Areas of Focus)
  • Where can I find more information about RLI?
  • Questions? Contact PDG Greg Staub, or 717-578-0691.
Join District 7390 on World Polio Day (Monday, October 24th) for the Ride to Eradicate Polio in Harrisburg. Riders will meet at 4:00 p.m. at Leadership Harrisburg (3211 North Front Street) for an hour-long scenic bike ride at 5:00 p.m. Riders will return to the LHA office before sunset and convene at a restaurant nearby for congratulatory refreshments. PDG Una Martone will lead the group along an especially beautiful (and flat!) route with just a few road crossings. You can bring your bicycle or walk or run along the riverfront.
All participants get a purple Ride to Eradicate Polio t-shirt, the “I went the distance” sticker, and special “purple pinkie” cookies made by Tanya’s Cookie Boutique. Free parking is plentiful in the LHA parking lot. Riders will assemble near the back entrance to the building. 
If you can’t participate on October 24, you may plan a Ride to Eradicate Polio in your neighborhood. Please reach out to to request that your t-shirts and stickers be sent to you. Take pictures and share them on social media. Use the hashtags #endpolionow and #ridetoeradicatepolio.
PP Al Sykes is planning to participate and would love for any interested Rotarians to join him. He can be reached at Please note there is a $50 registration fee to participate. Register HERE!
Naomi is the News Director for Fox43. She attended the University of South Florida where she earned a BA in Mass Communications. Naomi is currently a Board member for National Alliance on Mental Illness, York-Adams Counties and serves on the Programs and Marketing Committees. She is also a member of the Society of Professional Journalists. Since 2015, she has been a member, judge and two-time Emmy recipient of the National Association of Television Arts and Science (Mid-Atlantic Region). In her free time, Naomi enjoys reading and baking. She lives in Coatesville with her husband, Domingo, and their two sons.
Rotary Club of York
140 Roosevelt Avenue, Suite 209 
York, PA 17401 

Rotary Club of York Executive Director
Lynne Morrison, 717-314-5735 
Rotary Club of York Administrative Coordinator 
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Rotary Club of York Vision and Mission Statement
VISION:  We are a diverse mix of community leaders working in unity who will accomplish sustainable positive change in ourselves, our community, and the world.    
MISSION:  We act to lift up our community through positive and lasting change. 
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Country Club of York
1400 Country Club Road
York, PA 17403
United States of America
(717) 848-1370
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