Welcome to the Rotary Club of West Shore

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world;
indeed, it's the only thing that ever has. - Margaret Mead

Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship.
If you are an established professional who wants to make positive changes in the world and in your
community - particularly Camp Hill, Lemoyne, and New Cumberland - come join us!

What's Happening at the Rotary Club of the West Shore
Club members were out in full force at the Iron Bridge Music Festival in New Cumberland on Saturday, June 18.
Whether it was answering questions about Rotary International, sharing information about the club's annual Flags for Heroes event, or just making new friends, it's important to be out and about in the communities in which we serve.
Look for us at future events in the Camp Hill, Lemoyne, and New Cumberland areas. And... if you have an event that you think we should attend, feel free to reach out to Club President Bim Arthun with your suggestion(s)!
When our club heard that Mission Central was running low on hats, gloves, and scarves, we quickly assembled the troops and collected items to help those in need keep warm. Given that it was 18 degrees this morning, this drop off was more than a little timely!
Pictured left to right is Club President Rod Hite, members Erin Sunday & Bim Arthun, and Mission Central's Stephanie Titzel.
Dec 2020: Thanks to our Flags for a Heroes fundraiser, the RCWS was able to make a donation to the Camp Hill Fire Department which was in need of equipment repairs in their training room.

We appreciate all that our first responders do to keep us and our communities safe, and we are happy that we can show our appreciation in this way!

Pictured L to R: Bim Arthun, President-elect, RCWS; Mark Simpson, Chief, CHFD; Jack Sellers, President, Camp Hill Fire Co.; H. Rod Hite, President, RCWS
September 10, 2021 - the day before the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attack on the United States - the Rotary Club of 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!
After members of the RCWS toured the Salvation Army facility in Harrisburg, Club President Rod Hite was pleased to present the club's donation to support the many worthwhile programs offered by the organization.
Pictures of the visit are available on the RCWS's Facebook Page
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