Club # 5417

The Rotary Club of Bethlehem

Bethlehem

Celebrating More Than 100 Years of Service

Weekly meetings Wednesdays at Noon. Come early for fellowship!
Moravian Village
526 Wood Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
United States of America
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New Bethany Food Pantry Needs our Help!
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District Conference
Join us at "The Summit"
April 24-26, 2020
 
Valley Forge Casino Resort, King of Prussia, PA
 
 
 
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PLEASE JOIN US FOR OUR MONTHLY HAPPY HOUR

WHEN: Once per month every 4th Thursday from 5:30 to 6:30 PM 
WHERE: Taps Tavern, Saucon Valley Square 3731 PA-378, Bethlehem

Rotary in Motion
Celebrate Rotary’s anniversary on February 23, 2020
 
Each year, thousands of visitors to Rotary headquarters experience Room 711, a recreation of the office where, on 23 February 1905, Paul Harris met with three acquaintances to start a club based on “mutual cooperation and informal friendship.” Celebrate Rotary’s anniversary by taking a virtual tour of the replica. Just click the image above
 
Our long history of promoting peace
 
From a pre-World War I resolution calling for “the maintenance of peace” to our continuing support for Rotary Peace Centers, Rotary and its members have a long history of promoting peace and working to address the underlying causes of conflict in communities around the world.
 
Rotarians respond to Australian brushfires 
 
More than 100 separate brushfires in Australia have damaged hundreds of homes and forced mass evacuations. Rotary clubs are taking action to provide immediate relief to those affected by the fires. Rotary has a Disaster Response Fund which following a natural disaster like the fires in Australia ensures we can deliver supplies, provide health care, and support rebuilding efforts. By making a donation today, you can help Rotarians respond swiftly and effectively, bringing hope to those whose lives have been affected by disaster.
 

Rotary is a volunteer organization with 33,000 clubs in over 200 countries and geographical areas.  It initiates humanitarian projects that address challenges affecting the world today, such as hunger, poverty, and illiteracy.  Rotary club members unite a broad cross-section of business and professional leaders around the world around a common mission:  Service Above Self. These 1.2 million men and women donate their expertise, time, and funds to support local and international project, helping people in need and promoting understanding among cultures.  

Rotary’s flagship program is its effort to protect children against polio. It aims to eradicate the disease from the world.

The members of the ROTARY CLUB OF BETHLEHEM would love to welcome you into our club. Want more info? Contact Gerry Foran (forangf@gmail.com) or - better yet - VISIT our weekly meeting and ask us to tell you more.  

 
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Upcoming Events
 
 
Meeting Duties
Meeting Responsibilities
Greeter
Matz, Bill
 
Invocation
Clennon, Hopeton
 
Introduction of Visitors & Guests
Ricciardi, Paul
 
Luncheon Treasurer
Maurer, Gary
 
50/50 Draw
Worsley, Jr., Jack
 
Sergeant-at-Arms (shared by service team)
 
Speakers
Grant Recipients
Mar 04, 2020
Center for Humanistic Change;Hispanic Center of LV;Greater Valley YMCA; NCC
Moravian College/Oska-Ohtani College Japan
Mar 18, 2020
Global Education
Grant Recipients
Mar 25, 2020
Moravian Village; B.E.S.T.; Northeast Community Center
Laura Cunningham
Apr 08, 2020
Classification
Jennifer Doane
Apr 15, 2020
Certified Nutritionist
Grant Recipients
Apr 22, 2020
Holy Infancy School; Stephen's Place; Victory House; Nat'lMuseum of Industrial History;St. Lukes VNA
Marty Fins
Apr 29, 2020
Classification
Jennifer Davies
May 13, 2020
Classification
Alexander Alex
May 20, 2020
LVHN Veteran Health Program
Grant Recipients
May 27, 2020
Southside District Arts District; Young Playwrights; Public Piano