Our 100th Anniversary Year!
Opening of Meeting
President Ken Farabaugh opened the meeting on the Zoom video conference at 12 noon. 
Bob Gough gave the invocation
25 Rotarians participated in the meeting
Happy Bucks

* Jennifer Railing was happy to have snow removed from her driveway.


* John Kramb recognized Fred Snyder well-known local radio host and newspaper columnist who died November 18.


* Scott Wehler is happy for good health and the health of Rotary members.


* Fred Guinn is happy that recent cataract surgery gave him 20/20 vision in both eyes. The bad news, according to Fred, was that it made his golf game worse; he used to hit the ball out of his sight, but now he can follow the flight of the ball to where it lands!


No meeting on December 28. President Ken extended holidays wishes to everyone. Have a safe and happy holiday season.


The next meeting will be Monday, January 4 via Zoom. Scott Wehler will present the program on club history as our celebration of 100 years of Rotary service locally and internationally continues.


Club programs on January 11 and 25 will feature volunteer opportunities for club members with the Circles program to help families stay out of poverty and the At Home in Adams County, a new program to provide affordable housing. Both programs are managed by South Central Community Action Programs (SCCAP).


No meeting on January 18 as we celebrate the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday.

Zoom meetings

Unfortunately, Lt. Todd Witalec, station commander of the Pennsylvania State Police Gettysburg Barracks was unable to be with us. Hopefully, he can be with us later.

ZOOM meetings: We miss “seeing” our members as we continue to social distance and follow COVID guidelines. Some of us may be having Zoom overload. You may be feeling about Zoom the way some of our children and grandchildren are about virtual classes.


Know that your participation is important to all of us and we hope you will join in the Zoom meetings. We have had many wonderful speakers in the last few months, and more are being scheduled. If you have a suggestion for a speaker, contact Mike Hanson, Program Chair.


If you need info on how to use Zoom, just let us know. This technology was new to most of us when the pandemic first restricted group attendance numbers. We will be happy to give you some Zoom tips.


Zoom has allowed us to stay in touch and our club service activities under the leadership of Brad Lancaster, Community Service Chair are continuing as we follow COVID guidelines.


Grab a cup of coffee and join us on January 4. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Dec 21, 2020
State Police Update
Dec 28, 2020
Jan 04, 2021
Club History
Jan 11, 2021
At Home Adams County
Jan 18, 2021
Jan 25, 2021
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Russell Hampton
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The Rotary Club of Gettysburg meets Mondays at 12 noon via Zoom and 7:30 a.m. Tuesdays at Rosie's Restaurant in New Oxford.