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Welcome to Rotary Club of Kennett Square!
Leaders from local business and community organizations
making Kennett Square and our world a better place
Rotary Club of Kennett Square and its satellite club, Kennett Square Rotary Light, represent two of 32,000 clubs worldwide. Rotary includes 1.2 million members dedicated to fighting disease, providing clean water, promoting literacy, supporting healthy mothers and babies, striving for peace and international understanding, and fostering economic development.
Rotary Club of Kennett Square
Tuesday Lunch meetings
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Alert! New Venue
633 E Cypress St
Exception to above: Third Tuesday 5pm-7pm, location to be determined
Kennett Square Rotary Light
Second Sunday meetings
Two Stones Pub
843 E Baltimore Pike
Please contact Aimee Bowers at KSqRotaryLight@gmail.com or (302) 897-4198
Guests and visitors are invited to join us at either club's meeting
Mark your calendars
Sat, Sep 22
Save the Date!
Bob's Critters Exotic Animal Show was a big hit at Kennett Rotary PetFest!
After over 30 years of sharing his critters, Bob, Mike, and Caryn have offeredo fun, hands-on shows to thousands of children and adults in the South Central Pennsylvania area and beyond.
Fascinating animals in Bob's Critters presentations:
PET PSYCHIC PET PORTRAITS WITH DANIELLE
BLESSING OF THE PETS SILENT AUCTION
DRESS UP YOUR PET CONTEST DOGGIE FASHION SHOW
DOGGIE AGILITY COURSE PET FIRST AID WORKSHOP
So many PET VENDORS
Another PetFest Highlight!
Pet Psychic Laurie Blomer
As an animal communicator, or “pet psychic,” Laurie can help you communicate with your pets — both living and deceased — to better understand their thoughts, behaviors, and needs. She also teaches workshops to help people learn how to communicate with animals.
Check out below
NEWS FROM ROTARY AROUND THE WORLD
Photos Below are from Recent Rotaplast Medical Mission to Cumana Venezuela
On March 7th, Kennett Square Rotary Club heard a great story of dedicated efforts
to help the children of Haiti and how Rotary became integral to this effort.
Head Master Maxo spoke about starting a community school using his own money; a school for children who cannot afford education. The school grew to the point where he could no longer support it alone.
Sue and Peter Mardingly of the Concordville-Chadds Ford Rotary started a nonprofit (Mommy Sue's Children) to assist Head Master Maxo keep 220 children in school.
A great example of Rotary at work!
Check out MommySue.org - or on Facebook search for Mommy Sue's Children