Our work


Based on the Object of Rotary, the Avenues of Service are Rotary’s philosophical cornerstone and the foundation on which club activity is based:   

Club Service focuses on strengthening fellowship and ensuring the effective functioning of the club.   

Vocational Service encourages Rotarians to serve others through their vocations and to practice high ethical standards.   

Community Service covers the projects and activities the club undertakes to improve life in its community.   

International Service encompasses actions taken to expand Rotary’s humanitarian reach around the globe and to promote world understanding and peace.   

New Generations Service recognizes the positive change implemented by youth and young adults through leadership development activities, service projects, and exchange programs.  

est. 1924

Rotary Club of Coatesville


Our members meet weekly on Thursdays at the Coatesville Country Club at noon for lunch.  Meetings typically last ninety minutes and include a community presentation that varies each week. There is some flexibility to accommodate schedules. 

We are a proud Club with a rich and diverse history!  Our fellow members are friends and we are deeply connected by our shared vision to make the Greater Coatesville community, and indeed - the world, a better place. 


2018-19 Club Officers
Sandra Simmons,  President
Lindsay Myers, President-Elect
David Seegers, Vice President
Roger Taylor, Past President, Membership Chair, Asst. District Governor
M. Joye Wentz, Secretary
Michael Givler, Treasurer
William Wright, Club Executive Secretary
Camellia Arvay, Club Director
Alissa Griffith, Club Director
Denise James, Club Director
Judge Grover Koon, Club Director 
Greg Krajewski, Club Director
Dr. Edward Pristernik, Club Director
Leo Scaccia. Club Director

why rotary?

Rotary is a global network of community volunteers. Rotary members are business, professional, and community leaders who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. Over 32,000 Rotary clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas initiate service projects to address today’s challenges, including illiteracy, disease, hunger, poverty, lack of clean water, and environmental concerns.