You are invited to a District Celebration on November 18th! 

On November 18th the annual “Foundation Dinner” will take place at the Lodge at Liberty Forge in Mechanicsburg PA.  The focus this year will be to celebrate the great work of Rotary clubs and individual Rotarians during a year of intense need in our communities.  A video is being developed featuring the great work of clubs that participated in district grant projects and global grants during the 2020-2021 Rotary Year.  Additionally, we would like to feature organizations that have been on the receiving end of your club’s generosity!  Reach out to them to submit a selfie video of their gratitude and we will feature them as well!  (Invite them to the dinner if they want to express their thanks in person!  Please submit photos of club projects or videos from the organizations you have served to DGE Juliet.  Other highlights of the evening will include:
  • 4:30 – 5:00 PM  Major Donor Reception
  • 5:00 – 6:00 PM Cocktail hour featuring club projects past and present. Would your club like to showcase a project you are proud that could prompt other clubs to join you or duplicate what you have done?   Email DGE Juliet to secure a table! 
  • 6:00 – 8:30 PM  Dinner, club awards, club presentations, greetings from our global grant scholars in London, and more…
  • Please register by November 1st.

The Annual Rotary Foundation Dinner

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D7390 Safety Committee COVID-19 Update

The District 7390 Safety Committee has published a COVID-19 update that contains the latest update on community transmission of COVID-19 in the counties of our District and some best practices to consider as we approach the holidays.  
Please click here for new guidance on club gatherings and staying healthy as we spend more time indoors in the months ahead.

Turning Club Members Into Rotarians

New to Rotary? Or know someone who is?

Join us via Zoom on November 10, 2021 @ 5:30 for an interactive orientation.

We will highlight the basics of Rotary International and its philanthropic arm, The Rotary Foundation, as well as offering resources available through our District 7390 and your local Club.

You are now one of 1.2 million Rotarians around the world, with nearly that many opportunities to engage. We want to help you find your Rotary passion!

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Seeking Nominations for District 7390 Governor 2024-2025

The time has come to begin the nominating process for our District Governor 2024-2025.  In this way we will continue our three-year projection for District 7390’s leadership. Every club has an outstanding leader who could be a potential District Governor. Look around and ask yourself, who is that person in our club? Is it me? It is the person who is a good leader, interested, involved, gives financially to Rotary and The Rotary Foundation and is helpful to other members. 
The District Governor is the officer of RI in the District, functioning under the general control and supervision of the RI Board. The Governor has responsibility for organizing new Clubs; strengthening existing Clubs; promoting membership growth; supporting The Rotary Foundation; planning and presiding at the District Conference, PETS and District Training Assembly; issuing a monthly newsletter; reporting promptly to RI; focusing attention on important Rotary issues; motivating Rotarians to participate in service activities; recognizing the outstanding contributions of Rotarians in the District; and many other related activities. The candidate should be aware of the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of a District Governor and must demonstrate willingness, commitment, and ability (physically and otherwise) to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of the office of Governor.    
Candidates must be well versed with the District 7390 Bylaws, revised May 2018, and its intent. Candidates must also be familiar with the Constitution and Bylaws of Rotary International as published in the 2016 Manual of Procedure.
Please contact the District office ( or 717-854-7842) if would like more information about applying to be District Governor 2024-2025. Please keep in mind that it is each Club’s duty to the District and Rotary International to give serious consideration to suggesting candidates for District Governor. Your suggestion for District Governor 2024-2025 must be received in the District Office by December 10, 2021, to be considered by the Nominating Committee. Interviews for the 2024-2025 District Governor will be held Monday, January 10, 2022 at a location to be determined.

Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI)


Cost: $25 per Rotarian. $10 for Rotaractors.

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November District Development Session

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Herb joined Rotary in 2011 and is a member of the Allentown West Rotary Club near Allentown, PA. He is currently a Zone 32 Assistant Coordinator for 4 Eastern Pennsylvania districts. In 2021-22, Herb will be the Zone 32 Rotary Coordinator. Herb was the 2019-20 District 7430 Governor and District 7430 Membership Chair from 2016-18. He played a key role in developing and implementing a strategic action plan to grow district membership which included both building vibrant existing clubs and adding new innovative clubs. From 2016-19, District 7430 increased its membership in 3 of the 4 years, added 4 new clubs and 4 satellites and had a net gain of nearly 100 members.
Herb is a retired chemical engineer and a charter member of Engineers without Borders – Lehigh Valley Professionals and has been actively involved in partnering with Rotary on global and district grant projects in Sierra Leone, Africa, and the Dominican Republic. He has traveled to both locations on multiple occasions.

2021-2022 Four-Way Test Essay Contest!

It is time to start planning your club’s 4-Way Test ESSAY Contest.  This year’s essay prompt will be:  Is it the Truth? – How I Define What is True in My Life.  We are looking forward to receiving essays from 9th grade high school students which address questions like:  What is true?  Where is truth found?  Is truth important?  Is truth relative? Submissions for the 2021-22 District 7390 contest are due March 11, 2022.  Contest rules, critical dates, and information for both Rotarians and Students are available at the District 7390 Website:  Any questions or requests for further information can be directed to project chair, Steven Grubb, at

York-North Helps at Cousler Park

On October 2, members from the York-North Rotary Club repainted the playground buildings at Cousler Park.  This completed a two year project to return the playground structures to their original condition.

Rotary Club of Hanover Club Grant

A 2021/22 Club Grant, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Hanover, provided Windy Hill Senior Center in Spring Grove with a new commercial freezer, two Rolling Serving Carts and two Food Carts.  Windy Hill serves over 1,100 seniors annually with programs and services including a nutrition program. Meals are provided on location, carry-out and Meals-On-Wheels. From March 2020 to February 2021, over 22,000 take-out meals and over 24,000 home delivered meals have been provided. The Freezer enables the Center to increase meal storage capacity to better serve their older adult population in Spring Grove and Hanover, address food insecurities and increase freezer storage by 53%.  The 2 wire rolling racks and 2 stainless food carts will store and transport take-out meals after they are assembled and transport frozen meal boxes within facility.  
Pictured: Tammy Miller, Executive Director and Tracy Haper, Assistant Director of Programming. 
Special thanks to Rotarian Scott Kurz , Minuteman Press, for providing the magnetic signage.  

Harrisburg Volunteers Help Salvation Army Spiff Up Their Facility and Concoct Soup Kits for Those in Need

Members of the Rotary Club of Harrisburg (RCH) gathered at the Salvation Army in Harrisburg for a unique service opportunity with the Salvation Army of Harrisburg. 

After getting assignments, instructions and a box lunch the Rotarians were given a brief overview of the various works performed by the Army volunteers at the facility.  According to Rotarian/participant Karen Good, “it was so encouraging to hear of lives being helped and changed by food distribution, cooking classes and various events for children provided by the Salvation Army.” 

RCH members were guided through various task by Army staff member Megan Bachmore.

Karen Paris (past RCH President) stuffed envelopes. Andy Reebuck (past RCH President) and Karen Good raised their hands to do trash duty around the facility.  That meant pick up trash, cleaning out the cans and washing mats from the kitchen. 

Other attending RCH members, Shaun Eng and Gail Rebuck, Wendall Hoover, Sue Ward Diorio and Alex Rajis. put together recipe bags to accompany food distribution received from the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank.   

Photos by RCH Member Karen Good.

Rotary Club of Harrisburg get their projects overview on who does what.

RCH member Alex Rajis and Past President James good count out spice packets for the soup recipe.
Past President Karen Paris and Gina Rebuck inspect the bags for distribution
Andy Rebuck puts some muscle into getting the packed bags to the right area for ultimate distribution.

You Are Invited to the 5th Annual Rotary Rocks Benefit Concert

Join the Rotary Club of New Holland for a fun evening of dinner and live music in support of Lighthouse Vocational Services, which provides vocational services for persons with developmental disabilities. Enjoy a buffet dinner and be entertained by the classic rock and alternative rock sounds of Sam I Am, and the rock/funk/blues mix of The Reed Brothers Band.
Tickets are $25 per person and includes a buffet dinner. Cash bar also available. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the Rotary Rocks Eventbrite page.

Southern York County Dedication Ceremony

Youth Exchange - The Experience of a Lifetime

Upcoming Events
District Governor Line Meeting
Oct 14, 2021
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
DYE Workshop
Oct 23, 2021
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI)
Virtual Event
Oct 23, 2021
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
World Polio Day
Oct 24, 2021
YE 2022-2023 OB Apps Due to Clubs
Oct 30, 2021
YE 2022-2023 OB Club Interviews
Oct 31, 2021 – Nov 14, 2021
Grant Committee Meeting
Nov 01, 2021
7:30 AM – 8:30 AM
District Governor Line Meeting
Nov 01, 2021
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Zone 24 & 32 Conference
Nov 02, 2021 – Nov 04, 2021
Rotary Zone 28-32 Virtual Online Summit
Virtual Event
Nov 02, 2021 7:00 PM –
Nov 04, 2021 9:00 PM
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