Speakers Bureau
Is your Club looking for a speaker? Below is a list of speakers that have been recommended by Clubs in District 7390. 
Speaker Name:      Jill Tenny
Topic Title:              Rotary Youth Exchange
Topic Description: Learn more about the Rotary Youth Exchange program and how your club can get involved! We have an Inbound, Outbound, and Short-Term exchange program that your club can participate in! Jill is a a school teacher, so programs can be scheduled over the summer or during evenings in the school year.
Phone:  717-805-4019 (Jill is a school teacher, so phone calls after the end of the school day or over the weekend)
Email:  rotaryd7930youthexchange@gmail.com
Speaker Name:     Joel Giovannetti
Topic Title:             Are YOU interested? Partnering with New Hope Ministries to help YOUR neighbors in need! 
Topic Description:  Joel has worked as a Gift Officer at New Hope Ministries Fundraising/Development Department  for the past 5 years since 2018. Prior to that, he worked as New Hope's Youth and Family Program Manager for 16 years (2002 - 2018). He has had a long history volunteering and working at New Hope (starting in 1994 at the age of 17 years old as a 1st year student at Messiah University). For 30 years, he has witnessed New Hope helping numerous children and families in need come out of poverty and on the path to stability and self-sufficiency. Joel was a child himself that grew up in poverty and he saw first hand how his local community empowered, encouraged and supported his family so that he and his family could have hope, resources and support to overcome financial struggles. His life work has been to help other children and families in our local communities alleviate poverty, become stable and self-sufficient and thrive! 
Phone:  717-329-5119 (Phone Calls and Texts are welcomed)
Email:  jgiovannetti@nhm-pa.net (Business) and joelgiovannetti@gmail.com (Personal)
Speaker Name:     Stephen A. Fine Founder and President Melanoma Education Foundation Member, Rotary Club of Peabody, MA. 
Topic Title:              Melanoma, Skin Cancer
Topic Description:  Stephen Fine is available to any Rotary Club for a Zoom presentation on melanoma, a skin cancer that is often lethal but, when found early, is easily cured in an outpatient setting without a need for follow-up chemo or radiation. The PowerPoint presentation is complimentary. There are no requests for contributions and no advertising during or anytime after the presentation. You may use your Zoom account if it is unlimited; if not I can use my account if your meeting place has wifi and A/V for in-person members to see and hear the presentation. The presentations are available to all Eastern and Atlantic time zone clubs in the U.S. and Canada.    The American Cancer Society predicted 186,670 new U.S. cases of melanoma in 2023; It can strike anyone from preteen to elderly.   I have devoted the past 22 years to educating teen students and adults about self-detection and prevention of melanoma. In June, 2022 our nonprofit organization began reaching out to Rotary clubs, conducting presentations for 236 clubs so far.  Including my presentation in a future scheduled meeting would be greatly appreciated. If you suggest some possible dates I’ll do my best to accommodate. You are welcome to contact me by email or phone with zero obligation.   
Phone:   978-535-3080
Email:    steve_fine@comcast.net
Speaker Name:       Jose Nunez-Ruiz
Topic Title:              Peace Corps Volunteer Service in the Dominican Republic from 2016-18
Topic Description:  Jose is currently a Youth Care Worker at Lancaster County Youth Intervention Center. Jose focused on the Youth in Development sector with a focus on HIV/Aids Prevention while in the Dominican Republic. He clearly has a passion for working with young people, and worked hard to train others in the country so they could continue the work he started.
Phone:   939-428-6966
Email:    joseanunezruiz@yahoo.com
Speaker Name:       Marty Cook (Marty On Wine, LLC)
Topic Title:               Your Personal Wine Concierge
Topic Description:   Direct-To-Consumer Wine Sales
Marty On Wine, LLC, in the person of Marty Cook, is an Ambassador to the Boisset Collection of premium wines. The Boisset Collection is affiliated with the Boisset family-owned business holdings comprising 35 French and California wineries. These wineries produce a combined total of hundreds of world-class premium wines, some 400 of which have earned scores of 92 or higher. A number of these wines are limited production runs. The Boisset Collection has exclusive access to sell these limited runs directly to consumers (D-T-C) as well as to commercial entities. Marty On Wine, LLC is available to conduct tastings and provide wine education for or sell direct to individuals or to any number of commercial entities such as Realtors & Real Estate Agencies, Financial Planners and Financial Planning Agencies, Law Firms, and so on. Over 150 different premium wines are available through the Boisset Collection. Purchases may be made for personal consumption or for corporate gifting to clients or employees. Select wines may be packaged under custom private labels and various assortments of gift sets are also available. The web site for Marty On Wine, LLC is www.MartyOnWine.com and Marty Cook may be reached at a time convenient to you via phone and email (both listed below). Thank you!
Phone:   717-395-6462
Email:    MartyOnWine@gmail.com
Speaker Name:     Milton Dennis
Topic Title:            Mental Health Speaker, Suicide Prevention Advocate and Author.
Topic Description:  I share my story of losing four immediate family members to suicide, sharing my story of loss is key support to many others letting them know they are not alone and there is hope.  Cal’s Hope provides a safe place for others to open up about their mental health struggles and breaking the stigma. We provide Resilience training, building coping skills and creating a positive mindset along with many additional Mental Health educational programs. Find more information at https://www.calshope.com/.
Phone:  223-231-7022
Speaker Name:       John Storey, Ed.D.
Topic Title:              Workforce Development Grants
Topic Description:  The Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development has a program for qualified employers to receive a grant to fund the training of new and existing employees.  WEDnetPA is a unique, collaborative partnership of community colleges, state system universities and other educational institutions working together to be responsive to the needs of Pennsylvania’s business community.  Harrisburg Area Community College partners with qualifying business to manage the grant and provide training. In this presentation I will walk through the grant process, go over the types of training and the options for companies to receive the training which meets their needs and aligned with the mission and values of the company.
Phone:                    717-495-0120
Email:                     jwstorey@hacc.edu
Speaker Name:       Greg Moreland
Topic Title:              Status of Small Business – Legislative/Advocacy Update
Topic Description:   As the Pennsylvania State Director for the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), I represent 13,000 small business owners in their advocacy efforts in Harrisburg. NFIB is nonprofit, nonpartisan, and member-driven. Since our founding in 1943, NFIB has been exclusively dedicated to small and independent businesses, and remains so today. My presentation will include an update on the status of small business, as outlined in the monthly NFIB Small Business Economic Trends Report. Additionally, I can discuss legislative priorities, advocacy strategies, and how NFIB operates.
Phone:                    717-215-5036
Email:                     greg.moreland@nfib.org
Speaker Name:      Cody Shoemaker
Topic Title:              Central PA's premiere fundraiser offering 35% back to organizations - https://thepopcornloft.com/fundraising/
Topic Description:   Learn more about earning money for your organization! 
Phone:                     717-430-6472 
Email:                      info@thepopcornloft.com
Speaker Name:       Alison Pidgeon, CEO (or other staff)
Topic Title:           Mental Health Services
Topic Description:   MFC will customize a presentation on mental health topics and our outpatient therapy services in PA.  Please let us know your goals for your event or meeting attendees.  We are here to help.
Phone:   717-462-7003 x 8
Email:  getstarted@moveforwardpa.com (Attn: Community Relations)
Speaker Name: Rick Campomizzi
Topic Title: Assisted Living Locators
Topic Description: Educating people on the senior living landscape and navigating all the options and selecting the most appropriate community based on a person's medical and financial needs. I work with seniors and their families everyday helping them find the perfect accommodations for their loved ones. Most people don't know where to begin and aren't aware of all their options, cost and financial assistance that is available to them. My business is unique and somewhat new to the market. 
Contact Info: Rick Campomizzi, P: 717-802-1074 | C: 717-580-2043 | F: 717-918-5487, rickc@assistedlivinglocators.comwww.assistedlivinglocators.com/harrisburg
Speaker Names: Michael Gingerich and Tom Kaden
Topic Title: Compassionate Listening from the Harrisburg Nonprofit - Someone To Tell It To
Topic Description: Compassionate Listening | Leadership Team and Culture-Building
Michael and Tom are best friends, co-founders, and co-Chief Encouragement Officers of Someone To Tell It To, a Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-based nonprofit organization that cultivates meaningful relationships through compassionate listening and trains and educates others to do the same. Through Someone To Tell It To, Michael and Tom have helped lead more than 15,000 interactions of compassionate listening with people in the United States and in several countries around the world in the last 10 years. In addition to being well-regarded experts in compassionate listening, Michael and Tom have launched and maintain their own successful podcast, the Someone To Tell It To podcast which has recorded more than 70 episodes. Having conducted scores of in-person and virtual workshops over the past few year for both corporate and nonprofit clients, Michael and Tom are highly-sought-after experts in topics that are timely and important.
Contact Info: Tim Wahlstrom, Executive Assistant at Someone To Tell It To, (757) 725-1527tim@someonetotellitto.org
Speaker Name: Christine Baumgartner
Topic Title: The Perfect Catch
Topic Description:  Expert Dating and Relationship Coach of “The Perfect Catch” will humorously share with our members about positive ways to relate and communicate with members of the opposite gender.
Speaker Name: Ben Jackson
Topic Title: Seedling giveaway and a little on the History of Bartlett and what we think makes us unique to other tree companies.
Topic Description: Bartlett has been around since 1907. We pride ourselves on community involvement not just selling tree work. We have a Lab dedicated to helping us and our clients save trees and keep them thriving instead of rushing to remove a tree or just trying to make a buck. We as Arborist Representatives are expected to giveaway at least 200 seedlings every year. We are always looking for opportunities to help our communities by donating seedlings, teaching kids or adults more about trees, and helping at events like earth and arbor day for example.
Phone: 717-947-5192
Speaker Name:       Lisa Vaughn
Topic Title:                Junior Achievement of South Centra PA’s Programs and Partnership Opportunities
Topic Description:  The presentation focuses on the volunteer opportunities and partnerships that JA offers businesses and organizations to support the 100,000 K-12 students that we reach annually with FREE programs in Financial Literacy, Career Readiness, and Entrepreneurship. JASCPA utilizes 8000 volunteers every year to support the programs that we offer to the school districts throughout our 14 counties.  Please learn how you can help inspire the tomorrows for today’s students!
Phone:                       717-495-6825
Email:                         lvaughn@jascpa.org
Speaker Name:       Bill Gustafson
Topic Title:             Volunteering at Tri-County OIC
Topic Description:  Tri-County OIC is an adult education center in Harrisburg that is looking for volunteer tutors.  OIC offers academic classes to help adults brush up on basic skills and earn a high school equivalency diploma, along with ESL classes to assist newcomers in learning English.  The demand for ESL classes is rapidly expanding with the recent arrival of refugees from Afghanistan.  This presentation will discuss what OIC offers to the community, why volunteers are needed and the benefits of being of service to adults who are trying to better themselves.
Phone:      717-238-7318             
Email:       bgustafson@tricountyoic.org
Speaker Name:       Bill Tobin
Topic Title:              ShelterBox
Topic Description:   ShelterBox is Rotary International’s Project Partner for disaster
relief and was founded by a Rotary Club in the year 2000. ShelterBox has responded to over 300 disasters in 100 countries providing shelter and life-saving aid to over 1.5 million people. ShelterBox has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2018 and 2019 for helping families displaced by conflict. This on-line presentation covers ShelterBox origins as a Rotary Club’s project, major responses of the past 20 years, how Rotarians around the world partner in our efforts, plus a deeper dive into the current global pandemic why shelter is critical for refugees and what ShelterBox and Rotary are doing to help refugee families prevent the spread of the corona virus. The program is 20-25 min (can edited for time). It is accompanied by a PowerPoint slide deck.
Phone:                    916-616-6973
Email:                     btobin@shelterboxusa.org
Speaker Name:       Peter Miele, Executive Director of Seminary Ridge Museum and Education Center
Topic Title:                The Civil War: Inside and Outside at Seminary Ridge Museum and Education Center
Topic Description:  While the Civil War was fought outside, the conflict originated in schools, churches, and other places where ideas were shared and debated in the early nineteenth century.  Seminary Ridge Museum and Education Center, located in Schmucker Hall (the original building of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, constructed in 1832), is the preeminent place to ponder the conflicts that led to the fracturing of the nation. For almost thirty years, within the walls of the building, seminarians from north and south debated notions of freedom and what it meant to be an American. On July 1, 1863, these debates came, literally, to the back door of the Seminary as the Battle of Gettysburg erupted west of town.  Following the battle, the building was transformed into a hospital, inside which hundreds of wounded soldiers convalesced over two and a half months. This presentation promises to shed new light on oft-overlooked topics in Civil War history.
Phone:                       717-339-1353
Email:                        pmiele@seminaryridge.org
Speaker Name:       PDG John Anthony
Topic Title:                Jumpstart your Membership in 2022!
Topic Description:  It's time.  In fact, there is no better time than now. We have more knowledge, more resources and more OPPORTUNITIES than ever in the history of Rotary. NOW is the time to take ACTION!  Who must take action? WE must take action.  WE the District, WE the Club, WE the Rotarian. What kind of ACTION?  
Last week, my newly moved-in neighbor came across the street and introduced himself.  We chatted for a while about neighborhood things... about neighborly things... and then he asked... "Do you know if there are any service organizations around here"? Say what!!?? He beat ME to the question!  Shame on me. Folks, there are members of our community who are looking for ways to give back. I was having coffee with a business associate a few months back.  During our conversation he spoke of how he and a few other business folks in his community were looking for ways to help their town.  Guess what WE talked about for the next 20 minutes ... :)
We are putting together a team to help our clubs and our members learn how to better Grow their Rotary. In addition, we have put together a presentation to offer to all clubs during their regular meeting that discusses: The State of Membership, Types of Membership and ideas on how to build membership.  Let's work together to spread the news of Rotary... to share the Opportunity of Rotary with all who wish to have a hand in making their world a better place. Reach out to me to join the team or to schedule a club presentation.  I can't wait to see what we can do together!!
Phone:                       610-587-1358
Email:                        Rotary7390DG2020@gmail.com
Speaker Name:         Mentorship/Membership Committee in Rotary District 7390

Topic Title:                  Membership in Rotary and Mentoring new Rotarians so they become lasting Rotarians.           

Topic Description:   We will highlight the  basics of Rotary International and its philanthropic arm, The Rotary Foundation, as well as offer resources available through our District and the local Club. We want to help you find your Rotary passion! 
Phone:                        717-849-1064
Email:                         Elizabeth.wolf@wellsfargoadivsors.com
Speaker Name:  Manal El Harrak, MBA, CEO, Sadler Health Center
Topic Title:  The role of a Community Health Center & the importance of having one in your community
Topic Description:  Sadler Health Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center, offers accessible, affordable, comprehensive, culturally competent care to meet the needs of the underserved, uninsured and immigrant community within Cumberland and Perry Counties. With 100 years of service to the community, Sadler is a health care provider of choice that offers integrated and comprehensive primary health services, dental services, behavioral health services, and additional support services. Current locations include Carlisle and Loysville, Perry County. Research revealed compelling facts that directed us to open a location on the West Shore (Mechanicsburg). Eastern Cumberland County alone is home to 147,358 people:
  • Low-income residents, 25,917, account for 18% of the total.
  • More than 88% of these individuals were underserved or had no access to care.
  • In 2018, an estimated 5,711 people in this part of the county alone were uninsured.
Phone:  717-960-4333 (Laurel Spagnolo, Dir. of Development & Community Engagement)
Email:  lspagnolo@sadlerhealth.org
Speaker Name:  Kathy Anderson-Martin, Executive Director, Midwest Food Bank Pennsylvania
Topic Title:  Midwest Food Bank in PA.  Who?  Why? What?
Description:  Did you know that 40% of our nation’s supply goes to waste each year? Yet, there are still hungry people in our communities and there is good food available to feed them. How does this happen, who is Midwest Food Bank and what do they do?  During the presentation, guests will learn about Midwest Food Bank’s growth from humble beginnings in an Illinois farmer’s barn to 12 locations, including 10 in the U.S. and one each in East Africa and Haiti.   Midwest Food Bank Pennsylvania division was established late 2020 in Middletown PA, rescuing available food from around the country and bringing those resources into the Midstate to meet local needs in partnership with non-profit partners.  As a faith based organization, Midwest Food Bank’s mission is to share the love of Christ by alleviating hunger and malnutrition locally and throughout the world and provide disaster relief, without discrimination.
Phone:  717-614-8103
Speaker Name:         Chad Forcey
Topic Title:                 Renewable Energy
Topic Description:   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ4Iyesy8eyOLp-8QX_Lkvw
Phone:                        717-645-9055
Email:                         chad.forcey@penncef.org
Speaker Name:         Bryan Majors
Topic Title:                 Training For Triumph -  The Power of Preparation, Leadership & Character Development
Topic Description:   This presentation teaches principles to help magnify one's excellence, through preparation, leadership & character development. The presentation is high impact, engaging, and designed to motivate, educate & inspire the audience. 
Phone:                        717-623-0447
Email:                         bookbryanmajors@gmail.com
Website:                    www.trainingfortriumph.com
Speaker Name:       Michael Hanes, Ph.D.
Topic Title:              Expedition Chesapeake, A Journey of Discovery
Topic Description:  A behind the scenes perspective from a former Rotarian and Paul Harris fellow who was the senior executive producer in the making of a giant screen film for IMAX theaters.  The film focuses on the critical importance of freshwater, promoting healthy watersheds and protecting fragile estuaries.  The documentary film features iconic animal species and dedicated scientists with stunning cinematography captured around the Chesapeake Bay and throughout the 64,000 square miles of the watershed. Rotary Clubs can arrange with Whitaker Center in Harrisburg for members as well as students in their service area to view the film online either before or after the presentation.  When this program was offered by the Rotary Club of Harrisburg, over 100 members and more than 600 school students participated via a zoom meeting and viewed the film online.  The meeting program is 15 to 20 minutes in length and includes a PowerPoint presentation.
Phone:                      717-395-0017
Email:                       mhanes@expeditionchesapeake.com
Speaker Name:         Bob Saline
Topic Title:                 Rotary Message Development and Management
Topic Description:    Developing messages about Rotary International and your Club starts from strategy.  I’ll discuss what a strategy really is, how to shape messages to benefit your Club and Rotary in general.  How to use Rotary’s Brand Central. We’ll spend some time discussing how to manage the messages at your Club level, with your Club associates, with various media and the general public.
Phone:                        717-580-8162
Email:                         bsaline@prworksinc.com
Speaker Name:       Meg Ramey, PhD (Foundation & Executive Director, WorldKind Journeys) www.worldkindjournes.com
Topic Title:               “Hop on the Bus”
Topic Description:   I’d like to speak about our “Hop on the Bus” District Grant project that our Harrisburg Keystone Club is doing in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Sinkor (Liberia) and several non-profit groups in Liberia to promote basic education around Monrovia, Liberia. We’re looking for other clubs in the district who would be willing to partner with us on this project, so if you know of any of the clubs that don’t typically use their district funds, we’d love to tell them about our upcoming project and invite them to “Hop on the Bus” with us.
Topic Title:                 Travel in a Post-Covid World   
Topic Description:    In a post-Covid world that again allows for international movement, what kind of health and safety precauctions should you consider while traveling? Are there ways to enjoy long-distance traveling while also being a responsible global citizen who cares about the environment? Finally, how can travel be a medium through which we unite together to produce a kinder and more inclusive world?
Phone:                        717-571-5770
Email:                         meg@worldkindjourneys.com
Speaker Name:         Dave Getz
Topic Title:                 Winning the Fight Against Polio
Topic Description:   This presentation will discus 7 questions and answers about Rotary’s involvement in the fight to eradicate polio.
Phone:                        717.234.4182 x. 106 
Email:                         dgetz@wwwpalaw.com
Speaker Name:        Dalsher Singh
Topic Title:                A Brief introduction to the Sikh Faith
Topic Description:   A quick overview of the Sikh faith, including the basic tenants, history of Sikhs in the US, and current Sikh community in Central Pennsylvania.
Phone:                       570-765-5755
Email:                        dalsher.nagra@gmail.com
Speaker Name:        Deborah Stambaugh
Topic Title:                Hanover Area Post Polio Support Group
Topic Description:   Representing the Pa Polio Survivors Network Team Central Pa. Coordinator 
Phone:                        717-969-5049
Email:                         papolionetwork3@gmail.com
Speaker Name:       John Kramb
Topic Title:               Global Grant & National Immunization day trip to India
Email:                        pdgjohn2015@gmail.com
Speaker Name:       John Kramb
Topic Title:               Rotary Foundation Overview
Email:                        pdgjohn2015@gmail.com
Speaker Name:       John Kramb
Topic Title:               Rotary Fellowships
Email:                       pdgjohn2015@gmail.com
Speaker Name:       Joe Arthur, Executive Director
Topic Title:               Central Pennsylvania Food Bank
Phone:                       717-547-6264
Email:                        swarddiorio@centralpafoodbank.org
Speaker Name:        Kevin Engle
Topic Title:                Ten Tips to Growing Rotary
Topic Description:   Membership
Phone:                        717-468-0906 (please leave message)
Email:                         klengle@gmail.com
Speaker Name:       Kevin Schreiber
Topic Title:               York County Economic Alliance
Phone:                       717-771-4573
Email:                        Kevin@yceapa.org
Speaker Name:       Rick Coplen
Topic Title:               Rotary Veterans Initiative (RVI)
Topic Description:   https://www.facebook.com/RotaryVeteransInitiative. The Rotary Veterans Initiative (RVI) strengthens our Central PA communities by supporting local veteran education, training, and job search opportunities.  RVI’s mission and motivation spring from two timeless Abraham Lincoln quotes, ‘to care for him who shall have borne the battle’ and ‘Upon the subject of education … I can only say that I view it as the most important subject which we as a people can be engaged in.
Phone:                       703-786-7181
Email:                         rickcoplen@gmail.com
Speaker Name:       Sara Gray-Bradley
Topic Title:               Cornerstone Youth Home
Topic Description:   This is a power point presentation about the inception of
Cornerstone. They will service children who are suffering in school due to unstable home conditions, specifically, homelessness. Sara overviews the homeless situation throughout York county and the various school districts. Cornerstone will be providing shelter, food, clothing, transportation to and from school throughout the week, while maintaining the family relationship. They will work with the family to overcome the obstacles that have created the homelessness with the intent of moving the whole family back to a sustainable life style. Sara's presentation is based on data, and delivered with passion.
Phone:                       717-858-6223
Email:                        sbradley@cassd.org
Speaker Name:        Scott Stevens
Topic Title:                 SBA Lending & Main Street MBA
Topic Description:   How do locally owned businesses sell to new owners
Phone:                        717-979-1599
Email:                         sstevens@44businesscapital.com
Speaker Name:        Justin Villere
Topic Title:                Drawing PA's Voting Lines in 2021: Gerrymandering 101
Topic Description:   Are you worried about the rise of hyper-partisanship in American politics? Dismayed by dysfunction in Washington and Harrisburg, unable to pass legislation that even the vast majority of people support? One of the primary causes is gerrymandering, which is the common practice of drawing election maps in a way that distorts district lines to favor one political party or set of candidates. Hear from Draw the Lines PA, which is a nonpartisan, nonprofit project that aims to engage Pennsylvania's voters in understanding how it undermines our democracy. In preparation for when election maps are drawn again in 2021, DTL is helping everyday citizens take back this power. 
Phone:                        719-651-1188
Email:                         jvillere@seventy.org
Speaker Name:        Robin Lathroum
Topic Title:                Glory Bound Ministries (non-profit)
Topic Description:   A program that addresses the work my colleagues and I have been doing in Uganda for the past three and a half years.  Winnie Otema and a group of ten women have learned a variety of artisanal trade skills including the making of soap, quilts, handmade journals, tote bags, backpacks, purses and women and children's clothing.  As a direct result of the sustainability of their work, they now contribute to the financial welfare of their families. Our goal is to develop this work by opening a craft training center and broaden the scope of students to benefit from this endeavor.
Phone:                        717-448-7992
Speaker Name:        Justin Eberly
Topic Title:                EMS Services
Topic Description:  EMS services and the need for them, the struggles they face and how COVID has impacted them. 
Contact:                    justin.eberly@gmail.com 
Speaker Name:      Gary Crissman
Topic Title:               RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards
Contact:                   717-576-6113 or ghcrissman@verizon.net
Speaker Name:      Charlene White, Executive Director, Mechanicsburg Learning Center
Topic Title:               Mechanicsburg Learning Center
Topic Description:  We provide before and after school care for elementary students in Mechanicsburg School District, East Pennsboro School District and 2 elementary schools in Northern York County SD (Dillsburg and South Mountain). We also have a child care program located at St. Paul's UCC in Mechanicsburg. In addition, during the summer we run a full day, 5 days a week, summer camp program for children ages 5-12. MLC has been in the community providing these services for over 40 years. 
We currently have 25 employees.  Prior to COVID we had 45. 
Contact:                   717-766-2439, 717-315-7922 or cwhite@mlckids.org
Speaker Name:      Rob Altenburg, Director of Energy Center for Penn Future
Topic Title:               Environmental Sustainability Rotarian Action Group (ESRAG)
Topic Description:  Clean and renewable energy, our energy grid, air pollution, and climate change
Contact:                   717-214-7933 or altenburg@pennfuture.org
Speaker Name:       VisionCorps
Topic Title:              Services for Children and Adults with Low Vision
Topic Description:   VisionCorps provide free services including:  education and prevention of blindness services, rehabilitation, and employment to individuals. The programs can be individualized based on the needs of the group to include information on vision problems, living with low vision, employing people with low vision, and tips for living independently with blindness or low vision. VisionCorps provides programs and services to clients in Lancaster, Adams, Chester, Lebanon, and York counties.
Phone:                   717-205-4116
Email:                    lconyers@visioncorps.net
Speaker Name:       Diana Thomas
Topic Title:               A year on the river
Topic Description:  Local artist, Diana Thomas, presents the artistic life lessons learned while embarking on a personal commitment to paint a scene from the Susquehanna River every week for an entire year. Diana credits this unusual work with being instrumental in helping her navigate troubled waters, including the tragic deaths of her daughter and her daughter's mate to heroine addiction during that year. Everything about her presentation is applicable in daily life, from the artist's painting technique, to finding focus, setting goals, commitment, riding the rapids, and the river's continuous flow. This PowerPoint presentation is 30 minutes long.
Phone:                       717-917-2058
Email:                         thmsdzynz@comcast.net
Speaker Name:       Juliet Altenburg RN, MSN
Topic Title:              COVID-19 Safety Considerations for Rotary Clubs  
Topic Description:   As a nurse and Chair of the District 7390 Safety Committee, Juliet will share with clubs the latest status of the COVID-19 pandemic locally and nationally and important considerations clubs should keep in mind as they plan in-person activities together. Juliet is willing to gear the time of her presentation to the needs of the club whether it is a 5 minute update or longer PowerPoint Presentation.
Phone:                       717-574-9499
Email:                         DGJuliet2022@qrpc.com
Speaker Name:      Scott Reichenbach
Topic Title:              Hope Walks - Freedom from Clubfoot
Topic Description:   www.hopewalks.org
Phone:                       717-502-4400
Email:                         scott@hopewalks.org
Speaker Name:      Rick Azzaro, CEO
Topic Title:              Voce Together
Topic Description:   Voce-Family Design Resources (www.familydesign.org)
Phone:                       717-487-0507
Email:                       razzaro@vocetogether.org
Speaker Name:      Janice Black and Jennifer Doyle
Topic Title:              Community Foundations
Topic Description:  We can do several different topics: Services to support nonprofit organizations, Planned giving, charitable giving- which can be broad or specific depending on needs of the group, corporate social responsibility, Early education, the Fund for Women & Girls
All of our discussions would include an overview of what a community foundation is, what is TFEC, and what we are able to provide based on the chosen topic as the local community foundation serving this area
Phone:                       717-236-5040
Email:                      jblack@tfec.org and jdoyle@tfec.org
Topic Title:              Rotaplast
Topic Description:   Corrective surgery for children with cleft lip/palate
Phone:                      484-343-8560
Email:                       rotarian.paul@outlook.com
Speaker Name:      Dr. Campbell Plowden (Ph.D. in Ecology from Penn State University, 2001), Founder, President and Executive Director of the non-profit Center for Amazon Community Ecology.  For more info about CACE, visit; http://www.AmazonAlive.net
Topic Title:              Empowering artisans, conserving forests and strengthening communities in the Peruvian Amazon
Topic Description: Dr. Campbell Plowden has been working to promote forest conservation of tropical forests and empower its traditional communities for 35 years.  He will briefly describe the causes, consequences and common approaches to halt deforestation in the Amazon rainforest.  His talk will focus on describing how and why the Center for Amazon Community works to create sustainable livelihoods for families, conserve forests and strengthen traditional communities in the Peruvian Amazon.  Dr. Plowden will share how CACE empowers artisans by helping them to create innovative fair-trade handcrafts, increase the supply of plants used to make crafts, better market their crafts to tourists and wholesale buyers, and improve health, education, cooperation and conservation in their communities.  CACE has also delivered several rounds of food and medicines to its partner communities in Peru to help them cope with health and economic impacts of the COVID pandemic.  Dr. Plowden will conclude his talk by presenting specific ways interested people can support these efforts.   
Phone:                     814-380-1959
Email:                      cplowden@comcast.net
Speaker Name:      Megan Tomsheck
Topic Title:              Vision Corps (www.visioncorps.net)
Topic Description:   Vision Corps empowers individuals with vision loss to attain independence in Adams, Chester, Lancaster, Lebanon and York Counties
Phone:                      717-291-5951
Email:                       megan@visioncorps.net
Speaker Name:      Bryan Wade
Topic Title:              Keystones: African American Veterans’ Experience
Topic Description:   Bryan has developed a 13 part Oral History of African-Americans of York County beginning with African-American Veterans, and in conjunction with York College and Dr. Roland-Washington, a curriculum for grades K-12. (https://development.keystonesoralhistory.com/blog/)
Phone:                      717-601-9314
Email:                       therightword360@gmail.com