Rotary Rendezvous is held the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. These informal gathering focus on casual conversation and typically rotate between Southern Market in downtown Lancaster and other local venues. Occasionally, we'll mix in a special event, like an architectural walking tour, trivia or even axe throwing.
Local business professionals, friends, spouses and significant others are welcome to join members between 5:00 and 5:30 p.m. for this informal gathering. It's a great way to get to know members of our club.
All are welcome to stay for dinner around 6:30. There is no cost to attend, however food and beverages are on your own.
Rotary Means Business
The Rotary Club of Lancaster is at the forefront of a district wide initiative called Rotary Means Business (RMB). These networking events happen periodically throughout the year and are hosted by various local clubs.
The Lancaster Club led the way by hosting the very first RMB event to occur in Lancaster County in the spring of 2016, which was sold out.
The Program was started to create a structure for Rotarians from around the district to learn how they can help each other with whatever is important to them. Rotarians attend these events to promote their business, develop their career, or support a charity in which they are involved. In addition, Rotarians invite non-Rotarian guests to RMB events to introduce them to Rotary and to allow them to meet Rotarians from the area to see if there is a good fit for them.
The Rotary Club of Lancaster is continuing its leadership in RMB by hosting an event in the spring and supporting the other clubs who are sponsoring RMB events in 2017. We are looking forward to learning about you at an upcoming event. For more information about Rotary Means Business please contact Rob Gallagher at 610-368-2377.
SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 2023 / LANCASTER AIRPORT
Thanks to all who supported our 2022 event!
7:30 AM – 5K Race Start
7:30 AM – Pre Car Show Coffee Cruise
9 AM-2 PM – Car Show / Fly-in
Free Public Admission to Attend Event
Registration Required for WW5K Participants
$5 Event Parking
Food Trucks / Vendors / Live Music / Raffles
This unique event kicks off with a 5K run and early morning coffee cruise followed by a car show/fly-in event featuring food vendors and live music. Proceeds from the 6th annual WW5K support Rotary Club of Lancaster community initiatives.
The 2022 WW5K event raised $40,769 for the Lancaster Summer Youth Experience, funded in partnership with the United Way of Lancaster. The program supports approximately 1,000 city youth between the ages of 5 and 17 through activities that teach leadership skills and prevent the "summer slide" for students.
On-site, same day registration available for 5K, Coffee Cruise and Car Show/Fly-in.
5K Registration begins at 6:30 AM
Coffee Cruise Registration begins at 7:00 AM
Car Show/Fly-in Registrations begin at 8:00 AM
Questions? Email us at RotaryClubofLancaster@gmail.com.The Rotary Club of Lancaster is a 501(c)(4) not-for-profit organization. The Rotary Club of Lancaster Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. The official registration and financial information of the Rotary Club of Lancaster Foundation may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.
A Special Thank You to our 2022 Event Sponsors!
Rotary Club of Lancaster / F&M College Basketball Extravaganza
Thanks to all who helped make this event a success over the years!
After careful deliberation, the Rotary Club of Lancaster has determined that 2019 will be the final year for this charitable event.
Bill (Doc) Marshall started the Franklin & Marshall Basketball tournament nearly four decades ago as Athletic Director. A decade later when becoming a member of The Rotary Club of Lancaster, he invited the Club to be a partner in this event, using it as a fundraiser.
Known as the Rotary Club of Lancaster/F&M Charitable Basketball Extravaganza, a portion of the proceeds helped to compensate the College's Athletic program which hosted the event, while more than two-thirds of the funds raised have been used annually to benefit programs for at-risk children and youth in Lancaster. Bill led the Rotary Club's participation and engaged dozens of Club members and local companies in this signature event.