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Parkway West Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
The Bronze Hood
5920 Steubenville Pike
McKees Rocks, PA  15136
United States
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Parkway West Rotary - Annual Spring Bowling - March 20, 2016
 
Start time 1.P.M. Prizes for 1st - 2nd - 3rd Place Teams
$20 per person - Teams of 6 encouraged
 
Great Family fun - All levels of bowlers are encouraged to participate
 
Noble Manor Lanes - 2440 Noble Manor Blvd, Pittsburgh 15205
 
Chinese Auction, 50/50, and Red Pins 
 
 
 
The 18th Annual Gerry Dulac Charity Golf Classic will be held this year at the Sewickley Heights Golf Club in July 2016.  This years event will benefit the Sto Rox Library (Digital Media Lab) with the support of the Focus on Renewal Community programs.
 
This years tournament with start at 11 am with a a shotgun, scramble start, celebrity appearances,car hole in one,  skill prizes on course and finish with a dinner featuring awards silent and live auctions and many additional prizes.
 
Sponsorships are still available
 

 
 

Rotary is the largest service organization in the world with clubs in just about every country. Locally
The Parkway West Rotary Club is one of 50 Rotary Clubs in Pittsburgh comprising District 7300 in Allegheny, Beaver and parts of Westmoreland County with a total district membership of over 1,500 of your friends and neighbors. 

We are a group of people reflecting the various components of our service area.  We have a variety of business, medical, military, social services, legal, hospitality and retiree's and homemakers among our members.  The Parkway West Club's Service area includes: the communities of Findlay, Imperial, Kennedy, McDonald, North Fayette, Oakdale, and Robinson Township. We extend an invitation to any other club member or guest to join us at our weekly meeting, every Wednesday 12:15pm at Bronz Hood on Steubenvill Pike in Robinson Township.

Rotary exemplifies service above self.  Join us at one of our weekly meetings to see how you can make a difference in your community.

 


 


 

 
 
37th Annual Steak N Ale
June 8st Robinson Park -
Clever Road at the Rotary Shelter
 
Dinner Server from 5 P.M. Until 9 P.M.
Steak and Kielbasa - Side dishes - Deserts
Beer for those over 21 years of age
Coffee and sodas -
 
Games of Chance - Big Six Wheel / Duck Pond / Bingo
 
Rain or Shine Event
Families encouraged to attend!
 
Proceeds go to Rotary Charities in our service communities: $20.00 per person
 
 
 

 
 
 
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