Mill Hall Sunrise Rotary
Mill Hall, PA,
QUOTE OF THE
as if what you do makes a difference.
October 13: Regular
October 18: Rotary Roundup, Stella A's.
October 29: Regular
Kline, Beech Creek Mayor and Coach of the Middle Atlantic
Keystone Little League Players
Bill Counsil, center, is
welcomed into the Mill Hall Sunrise Rotary Club by his
sponsor, Bonnie Hannis, Past President and Brent Jones,
Assistant District Governor.
Bill, along with Dave
Miller, are co-owners of
Your Home Energy & Drafting Consultants of Mill Hall.
As independent consultants for homes and businesses, they
specialize in energy audits and building energy performance
President Kalyan Banerjee asks Rotarians to Reach Within
to Embrace Humanity during the 2011-12 Rotary year.
He urged participants to harness their inner resolve and
strength to achieve success in Rotary.
to achieve anything in this world, a person has to use all
the resources he can draw on. And the only place to start is
with ourselves and within ourselves," Banerjee said.
Rotarians find their inner strength, he continued, they can
accomplish great things in their communities and around the
Northcentral PA Rotary District 7370
DISTRICT 7370 NEWS
Governor: Alice M. Kissinger
Hall Sunrise Rotary Club Services
Over the years,
our members have been active in a great many local community
service projects including—
Annual Pancake Breakfasts
Red Cross Blood Drives
Bell Ringing for Salvation Army
Support of Millbrook Playhouse
$500 Scholarships for Central
Mountain High School Senior
Clinton County Aids Project
Mill Hall Swimming Pool Projects
Susqueview Facility Bazaars
Literacy Programs for the Infant
Fund Raisers and Donations for
community projects and individuals with special needs
THE 4-WAY TEST
the things Rotarians think, say, or do,
ask these questions:
1. Is it the
2. Is it FAIR to
3. Will it build
GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
4. Will it be
BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
WHY BECOME A ROTARIAN?
Rotarians provide community
service to the local, national, and international
Being a member of Rotary is
Rotarians have numerous
opportunities to do something for someone else!
And, in return, Rotarians
receive the rich reward of satisfaction.
In Rotary, one
CAN make a
Service Above Self conveys the humanitarian spirit
of the organization’s more than 1.2 million members. Strong fellowship among Rotarians and meaningful community
and international service projects characterize Rotary
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