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Parkway West Rotary

Service Above Self

1st and 3rd Friday of the month
Eat N Park Restaurant
100 Park Manor Drive
Pittsburgh, , PA  15205
United States of America
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             21st Annual
             Gerry Dulac
       Charity Golf Classic
 
     Monday, July 8th, 2019
  Sewickley Heights Golf Club
          Sewickley, PA
           Benefitting
Coraopolis Train Station Project
 
 
(same info as before)
 
    $210/Golfer  $840/4Some
 
     Sponsorships available
register on line after April 15, 2019
                   or contact
                 Sam Duerr III
                 724-947-1234
             sd@duerrpack.com
 

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.

 


 


 
 
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