Officers & Directors
2016 Harvest & Wine Festival
Advance Tickets $25.00
available online July 15 thru
midnight, October 7, 2016 or until sold out
Rotary Lounge Tickets $75.00
includes early 10:30 am entry, tent with tables &
chairs, buffet meal, complimentary wine glass, wine
tasting and sales in tent. – only 120 available.
To purchase these tickets, email AWayBiz@ptd.net
This year only 3,800 tickets will be sold for the Festival. We will announce on this website and Facebook when the tickets are “sold out” and it is anticipated that no tickets will be available at the gate on Oct 8. The Festival will take place rain or shine and tickets are non-refundable.
Click here to purchase your tickets.
If you experience difficulty with the online ticket purchase site, please try accessing the site via a different internet browser. Should you continue to have difficulties, please email AWayBiz@ptd.net
Beginning August 15, 2016, tickets will also be available at several locations in the Tunkhannock area. Check back later for a list of these sites.
To all those who contacted us through various media re vendor spots at this year's Festival, thank you for your interest but all vendor spots have been filled for the 2016 Festival.
Message from President Ann Way
I consider it a great honor to serve as President of the Tunkhannock Rotary Club for the 2016 – 2017 year. The Tunkhannock Rotary Club has served Tunkhannock and the surrounding community for over 90 years. We will continue our commitment to our various programs assisting people of all ages from pre-school to senior citizens in our home area, in addition to international projects.
When I spoke to our club members at our 2016–2017 Induction Ceremony, I mentioned that I had several hopes for our club for the upcoming year:
When we come together for our weekly meetings, it is my hope that people will leave feeling glad that they took the time out of their busy schedules to attend.
It is my hope that as we complete our community service projects, our members will feel a sense of accomplishment for a job well done.
It is my hope and prayer that we will have wonderful weather and a safe event for our 4th of July Fireworks, the Harvest and Wine Festival, and the newly reinstituted Rotary Relays.
It is my hope that we continue to find ways to address the serious issue of drug addiction and overdose that is impacting our community.
It is my hope that when we have our social events our members and their guests will have had the opportunity to chat with each other and perhaps to learn something new about one another.
It is my hope that if one of our members has a really good idea for something new & different, that he/she will share it with the rest of us.
I was taught to leave things in better condition than what I found them – it is my hope that in the year of my presidency our club, even if only in some small way, becomes better and stronger than it was when I took office. When I consider the strength of the membership of our club, I am confident that we will do some absolutely marvelous things for our community. If you are not a member of our club, but have an interest in joining, please feel free to reach out to one of our members.
2016-17: Rotary Serving Humanity
RI President-elect John F. Germ chose Rotary Serving Humanity as his theme for 2016-17. Noting Rotary’s unique ability to bring together committed professionals to achieve remarkable goals, Germ believes that “now is the time to capitalize on our success: as we complete the eradication of polio, and catapult Rotary forward to be an even greater force for good in the world.”
Click here to hear his presentation.
Posted by Allen Mickle
Have you ever wondered why you should join a service organization like Rotary? Ever wonder what Rotary does? Watch this video and find out!
Help Eradicate Polio Around the World with Rotary!