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Club News
September 10, 2021 - the day before the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attack on the United States - the Rotary Club of the West Shore held its Flags for Heroes Dedication Ceremony. Friends, family, sponsors, and heroes gathered to remember the sacrifices made by so many in our community and beyond.
We are grateful to our corporate sponsors and to each individual flag sponsor. Your decision to recognize a special someone has an extensive reach as proceeds from the event stay in the local community to help those in need. 
Plans are already underway for the 2022 Flags for Heroes event. You won't want to miss it!
The RCWS is grateful to the sponsors who have already signed on for the 2021 Flags for Heroes event. The flags will be on display from September 4-12, 2021, along the Camp Hill Bypass. 
It's not too late for you to be a sponsor too! Sponsorships range from the $100 individual level to the $2,000 gold level.
Join us for this unique and emotional display of gratitude that supports the local community. All proceeds from this fundraiser remain in the local area.
Check out the Flags for Heroes page for more information!
The RCWS is happy to support our local community! Club President Rod Hite (L) and former Club President Kirk Brechbiel (R) are pictured below donating $1,000 from our Flags for Heroes fundraiser to Anissa Basom of the Earl Besch Food Pantry in Camp Hill.
The Earl Besch Project supports a host of needs (food, clothing, services) for Camp Hill families who are struggling to make ends meet so that our students can have the tools they need to become our leaders of tomorrow.
For more information about the Project, visit the Earl Besch Project website or follow them on Facebook.
Once again, our hearts are heavy as we announce the loss of long time club member, Chuck Cenkner.
Chuck was often called "Mr. Rotary" since his passion for polio eradication, helping others, and living life by the Four-Way Test were evident in everything he did. He served on numerous Rotary committees at the club and district level, was editor of the weekly newsletter The Spokesman, and served as a District Governor. His volunteer involvement went well beyond that of Rotary International.
We miss you, Chuck, and hope you are enjoying the reunion with your beloved Marilyn.
Note: A service for Chuck is tentatively scheduled for May 2021.
The Rotary Club of the West Shore is sad to announce the loss of long time club member, Bernie Dugan.
Bernie is remembered for his constant kindness, friendliness, and support. He modeled "Service Above Self" as so many of our club members have done throughout their lives.
Well done, Bernie. We will miss you.



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