Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Vice President
Immediate Past President
The Rotary Foundation Chair
  Our Centennial Year!
"Celebrating a Century of Service Above Self"
Club Information
Welcome to The Hazleton Rotary Club!

Rotary Opens Opportunities

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
8 W. Broad St., Suite 50 (second floor conference room)
Hazleton, PA 18202
United States of America
Virtual & In-person at The Pines Eatery
Club News
Greetings from the desk of Donna Barna, Hazleton Rotary president!
Our Hybrid meetings started April 7th and have been a great success!  Thank you to all who are attending virtually and in person.  It is wonderful to see so many Rotarians attend.
This Wednesday is our first Social Hour Evening Meeting 5:30 to 6:30pm @ The Pines Eatery & Spirits (Downstairs) This meeting will be Virtual also! (Mike will send the link on Wednesday)
  • No Charge to attend this meeting (It is a Social Hour, which will include "Meet the Rotarian")
  • Spouses, Significant Others, Prospective Rotarians are Welcome
  • Meet the Rotarian Segment will begin at 6:00pm
  • Cash Bar
  • Dinner is on your own, should you chose to stay for dinner.
During the Social Hour we will start the "Meet the Rotarian" Segment.  It will give 4 or 5 Rotarians a month the opportunity to introduce themselves to the club, in person or virtually.
  • Tell the club who you are? 
  • What you do? 
  • What are your hobbies? 
  • Why you joined Rotary?  
The last Wednesday of  each month will be a SOCIAL HOUR that will include  "Meet the Rotarian" Segment in lieu of an actual meeting.  The evening meeting will be at different locations monthly.
Stay tuned for next months location.  
Any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.  
Wishing you a wonderful day!
Local Veterans were feted at a special luncheon at Booty’s Restaurant on Saturday, the club’s first Centennial year project. 
The Wilkes University Air Force ROTC Detachment 752 Arnold Air Society and Drill Team Cadets presented the Colors and performed a POW/MIA Ceremony for each of 3 table seatings.  
“It has been my privilege to plan the first Centennial Project that honored our local Veterans.  It is so important that we remember our Veterans always and give credit to them for their service”, explains Kathie Oh, project chairwoman.
The Wilkes University Air Force ROTC Detachment 752, Arnold Air Society and Drill Team, contacted by Rotarian Jason Brenner, was also available to present the Colors and perform a POW/MIA ceremony prior to each seating. 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Bill Pavlick
    May 3
  • George Hayden
    May 5
  • Vic Greco
    May 10
  • Jerry Benz
    May 12
  • Barb Cassise
    Dom Cassise
    May 5
  • Vic Greco
    Jean Greco
    May 10
  • Tom Cvammen
    Jo Cvammen
    May 20