The Rotary Club of Norwin was chartered as the Rotary Club of Irwin on May 3, 1963, over 50 years ago. The club has been active since that time and has embraced service to community, country and the world. Norwin is a name given to a collection of three communities in our area: North Huntingdon, Irwin, and North Irwin. The name came from our school district serving the same area.
Rotary is a service organization with a motto of “Service Above Self”. Rotary has multi-faceted global goals including world peace, clean water, and a Polio free world. Our history page includes the founding and present goals of Rotary.
We meet every Monday noon that is not a major holiday at Café Supreme, Main Street, Irwin, PA 15642. We welcome visitors and other Rotarians who wish to make up a missed meeting. Makeups are important to Rotarians as we strive to maintain an excellent, if not perfect, attendance record. How else could one enjoy the fellowship and join in the service activities of the club?
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Rotary Club of Norwin
PO Box 325, Irwin, PA 15642