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2016 Shaler Homecoming Parade

The Shaler Rotary Club acquired the district float driven by Ken Batko who escorted the Cub Scouts of Pack 157 from Elfinwild Church, Glenshaw in the Shaler Homecoming parade.  The cub scouts are a great organization that we are happy to support. Their oath is:  On my honor, I will do my best  To do my duty

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Representative Hal English visits Shaler Rotary

The Shaler Area Rotary has an evening meeting on the last Wednesday of every month which rotates to a different local business.  The goal is to allow Rotarians and guests that can not make the Wednesday lunch meetings at the 412 an opportunity to still participate in Rotary. They are also family friendly events to allow family members

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Millvale Backpack Block Party

The Shaler Area Rotary club used a grant from Rotary District 7300 and teamed up with Element church of Millvale to host the Backpack block party.  224 backpacks filled with school supplies were donated to local children. The day included lots of fun activities for the kids and their families and included face painting, carnival games,

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DG Fischer Bruce visits and new member inducted

Shaler Rotary welcomed District Governor Linda Fischer Bruce to our lunch meeting and she outlined all the exciting goals for the upcoming year. We also officially welcomed our newest member, Erik Germesin, pastor of Element church of Millvale.  We are happy to add another fantastic member to our club.

Shaler Rotary inducts new Member: Nuket Curran

The Shaler Area Rotary  club was thrilled to introduce their newest member at the Wednesday evening meeting at Gator’s Grille. Nuket brings an endless energy and her passion to help others  have provided an immediate positive impact to our club.

Today In Rotary

Wednesday, February 18, 2015 At today’s meeting we had a couple of special speakers, Tami Weisner & Cammi Turner, from Youth Reach, Inc.  YRI is a nonprofit founded in 2012 to raise funds to provide activities contributing to the well-being and development of children and youth. A parallel goal in YRI’s efforts to develop leadership and empathy

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