About Our Club

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 8:00 AM
2300 Linglestown Road
Harrisburg, PA 17110
United States of America
For the health and safety of our members and friends, meetings will continue to be held virtually until further notice.
Speakers
Past Speakers
Dr. Peterson
Nov 05, 2020
Re: Climate and Health
Club Executives & Directors
President
Treasurer
Secretary
November 2020
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Club News
The Rotary Club of Susquehanna Township will be presenting the Annual Police Officer Award on November 12, 2020 from 8AM-9AM via Zoom.  This award recognizes the recipient’s outstanding contributions in performing crime prevention functions to protect, people, property and life in the community.  Chief Rob Martin, Director of Public Safety for Susquehanna Township, will share the highlights of the award recipient’s outstanding police service. 

Thanks to Dr. Alan Peterson for an excellent PowerPoint presentation on Climate and Health to the Rotary Club of Susquehanna Township.  As club president I highly recommend him as a speaker for any club or organization. Click the link below to learn more about Dr. Peterson.

Our club was honored to recognize the September High School and Middle School Educators and Students of the Month for the year 2020-2021 at our Virtual Zoom Meeting on October 15, 2020.  Each recipient was presented with a certificate for their achievements in school and the community that truly represent Rotary’s motto Service Above Self.  In addition, each student received an Amazon gift card.  The recipients for the high school were:  Rob McDonald, Science Teacher, and Josiah Seetoo, student and for the Middle School, Jolene Connelly, English Teacher and Shaniyah Weidler, student.
 
 
 
 
For the past few years this award was introduced and presented at an awards ceremony held by the Susquehanna Township School District for staff and faculty in May, one of the 16 Educators of the Month during the school season is chosen by the selection committee to receive the Little Red Wagon Award from our club president. 
New in 2019 – our club has partnered with the Susquehanna Township School District and signed a contract with Community Aid to have 2 bins – one located at the High School and the other located at the Middle School.  As a result the school district will receive free clothing care cards to give to families in the district who are in need.  Our club will receive financial support for our club’s humanitarian projects based on the number of pounds of clothing placed in the bins each year – a win-win situation for all!  

NEW in the Fall of 2015 – our club honors an outstanding Police Officer of the year who is selected from their department for outstanding achievement during the past year.  The presentation is made during a summer our club’s breakfast meeting and later in the evening it is presented again to the honoree at a Susquehanna Township Board of Commissioners meeting.

 
 
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