|Live Steam 2-11-15 (pg 1)||Posted||on Feb 17, 2015||
|2014 Chuck Tanner Awards Banquet||Posted||on Sep 08, 2014||
|Letters from Kate - Hekima Place News February 2014||Posted by Catherine Tolliver||on Feb 28, 2014||
|Alexis Wukich Rotary Service Trip to Kenya- Hekima Place- Blog||Posted by Alexis Wukich||on Aug 01, 2013||
|Pittsburgh Rotarian Alexis Wukich to Volunteer at Hekima Place in Kenya||Posted by Alexis Wukich||on May 20, 2013||
This summer Pittsburgh Rotarian Alexis Wukich will travel to Kenya to serve as a volunteer and representative of the Rotary Club of Pittsburgh at Hekima Place. Below is her description of the project. To donate please go to http://www.gofundme.com/wukich
|Business Roundtable||Posted by Justin Karter||on May 15, 2013||
The Rotary Club of Pittsburgh Annual Business Roundtable Presents: Roads and Bridges Careening Towards a Crisis in Pittsburgh June 13th, 8 am at the Rivers Club
|Shoes for Nicaragua||Posted by Justin Karter||on Mar 15, 2013||
Rotarians are people who like to help people. We currently have a special opportunity to help a lot of children who need something very basic, a pair of shoes.
Children in Nicaragua have access to public education, but there’s one catch. They must wear shoes to school. Most families in Nicaragua cannot afford shoes for their children. Thus the poverty cycle continues.
How can you help? Our Pittsburgh Rotary club is starting a project called Shoes for Nicaragua. We are asking organizations, churches, schools, clubs and workplaces to help get the word out to their members and workers.
What is needed? Gently used children’s shoes. We are also accepting school supplies such as pencils, pads and other basic school items.
The Rotary Club of Pittsburgh has a number of highly respected contacts in Nicaragua who will ensure that the shoes will get to the people most in need.
How to get started? This will vary with each situation. Basically, just get the word out and start collecting shoes.
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|What REALLY Happens at those Rotary Meetings?||Posted by Terry Dougan||on May 02, 2011||
Please click here to see what really happens at those Rotary meetings.
|Look around you today. Who can you invite for a complimentary Wednesday Rotary Lunch?||Posted by Catherine Tolliver||
Be proactive. You are a part of one of the leading and dynamic groups in the world! Work it! Once you've make that connection with someone, follow up...send them this video link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3q0dMjZ_-I
Have them join us ...and be a part of the Rotary solutions to some of the worlds problems.
|Reaching our goal through social media!||Posted by Justin Karter||
|A new generation is joining our Rotary!!!||Posted by Justin Karter|
|Photo Slideshow- Pittsburgh Rotarian Alexis Wukich in Hekima Place, Kenya||Posted by Justin Karter||
Pittsburgh Rotarian Alexis Wukich traveled to Kenya in late July 2013 to serve as a volunteer and learn more about Hekima Place.
|Elizabeth Shribman, Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar, & Muzička||Posted by Justin Karter||
When Elizabeth Shribman, former Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar, returned to Pittsburgh from her studies in Prague she brought an entire Czech folk band with her! Check out these videos of their performance at the Pittsburgh Rotary Meeting on July 10th! — at Rotary Club of Pittsburgh.
Click on more information for Elizabeth's story and the videos!
|Welcome to our Club||Posted by Terry Dougan||
The Rotary Club of Pittsburgh is a downtown club of business and organizational leaders committed to improving the quality of life in our community and to insure that every young person has an opportunity to succeed.
Our members are part of a worldwide network of Rotarians who volunteer time, talent and treasure to make life better in their communities and for those at risk.
We join with the 1350 members of the other 51 clubs in District 7300 in the belief that together we're stronger and our communities are stronger because of our commitment.