Bloomsburg Rotary Club
Bloomsburg Rotary Club supports Rotary International’s efforts and has been committed to local service for over 85 years. The club is a part of the Adopt-A-Highway program and is committed to the Bloomsburg Area Soup Kitchen. We prepare the Community Friendship Meal (at Wesley United Church) several times each year. Funding has been provided for a variety of area organizations, including the Children’s Museum, EOS Therapeutic Riding Center, Bloomsburg Little League, Boy Scouts, Columbia County Food Bank and Big Brothers/Big Sisters. Among the projects, the club is most proud of is its contribution of a walk-in freezer to the Food Bank. Club members helped renovate the Food Bank’s current home a former fire hall on Center Street in Bloomsburg. Bloomsburg Rotary has a long history with Bloomsburg Town Park and the Norris Rock Memorial Pool. Two pavilions have been built by the club including the Centennial Pavilion in 2005, thanks to the generous support of many area businesses and individuals.
Meetings of the Bloomsburg Rotary Club are held every Thursday beginning at 6 p.m. via Zoom (with some exceptions for Zoom and face-to-face hybrid meetings and special events) and Friday morning meetings are held at the Inn at Turkey Hill at 7:30 am. Each meeting features a guest speaker such as community leaders, law enforcement, businessmen, political office holders, or periodic talks by exchange students from around the world.