Southern Tier Events

(Groups D&G) Greater Gettysburg, Hanover & York Area

The Rotary Club of York will host the fourth RMB networking event of the 2018 season on Wednesday, April 18 at the Historic Shady Lane Green House and Garden Building, 475 Shady Lane, Manchester, PA, which is accessible from Route 83 and North George Street.  The event will only cost $15 per attendee for hors d'oeuvres, wine, beer, soda, and water thanks to Shady Lane owner Steve Kohr and Kohr & Sons Construction.  The event will start at 5:30 and end at 7:30.  RSVP Now!!  Make great connections for your business or project and enjoy the fun and fellowship of RMB.  Bring potential Rotarian guests!
The Rotary Club of Gettysburg hosted a super successful RMB networking event on January 16 at the Wyndham Gettysburg Hotel with 30 RSVPs from seven district clubs (Carlisle, Colonial Park, Gettysburg, Hanover, Red Lion/Dallastown Area, York, and West Shore).  Despite the bad weather some 24 Rotarians and guests attended the event.  A big thank you to the Rotary Club of Gettysburg and the Wyndham Gettysburg Hotel for setting up such a wonderful event where many great business and project connections were made and much fun and fellowship enjoyed.  Well done all! 
In 2018, the Southern Tier will host RMB events in January, April, July, and October.  These events will be held as close to the middle of the month as possible.
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Northern Tier Events

(Groups A-C) Greater Harrisburg Area

The Rotary Club of Mechanicsburg North hosted one of the most successful RMB events ever on February 21 at the Hot Frog Print Media offices in Mechanicsburg.  RMB had over sixty attendees/RSVPs/guests at the event from over 10 District 7390 clubs representing the greater Harrisburg, Lancaster, Gettysburg-Hanover-York areas within our district.  This success was due to the event sponsors Eastern PCM, Fairway Mortgage, Hot Frog Print Media LLC, McKonly and Asbury CPAs, Reilly Insurance LLC, First National Bank and S&T Bank and the Leadership in Service of Club President John Anthony supported by Ed Blum and the Northern Tier RMB team consisting of Joe McNally, Scott Stevens, Alaine Keisling, and John Bailey representing the Southern Tier.  Hot Frog Print Media provided a perfect venue for the event and the hors d'oeuvres were delicious and ample thanks to Dash of Salt and Pepper catering headed  by Dan and Joanne Dixon.  Super Kudos to all and thank you all who attended and made this such a dynamic event with many great connections made and fun and fellowship enjoyed as shown in these photos.
The Northern Tier will host events in May (Hershey), August (Carlisle), and November (Harrisburg).  These events will be held as close to the middle of the month as possible.
Eastern Tier Events

(Groups E & F) Greater Lancaster Area

The Rotary Club of Lancaster Penn Square hosted a super successful RMB networking event on March 14 at The Hotel Lancaster with 33 Rotarians and guests from nine district clubs (Lancaster, Lancaster Penn Square, Lancaster Sunrise, Lancaster Hempfield, Lancaster South, Mount Joy, Mechanicsburg North, Lebanon, and Harrisburg) attending.  Kudos go to the Rotary Club of Lancaster Penn Square and its President Gary Davis for arranging such a successful networking event and to The Hotel Lancaster for providing such an outstanding venue.  Also, Kudos to Rob Gallagher, Eastern Tier RMB Champion, for doing such a great job promoting the event.  Finally, special Kudos to Scott Stevens, Northern Tier Assistant Director, for his innovative and fun running of the Circle exercise as shown in the photo that accompanies this report.  Well done all!
In 2018, the Eastern Tier will host events during the months of March, June, September, and December as close to the middle of the month as possible.