Our motto is "Service Above Self". The Rotary Club of Snow Hill, Maryland, (Club 5930, District 7630) has been a proud part of this community and of Rotary International since 1942. Rotary is a global network of more than 1.2 million members who believe that great things happen when dedicated minds come together.  Learn more about us.

Fresh Look for Town of Snow Hill
Jordy Kucazk

At the January 22, 2019 meeting of the Rotary Club, Jordy Kuczak, the new Economic Development and Events Director for Snow Hill provided a preview of the revised Town website. She described a variety of initiatives geared toward bringing businesses and visitors to the area.

Jordy also announced that a Snow Hill “photo of the month” project has been launched with results posted on the Town’s Facebook page.

Pictured here are Club President-Elect Gary King with Jordy Kuczak.

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Supporting Education in Our Community

Board of Education Jan 2019
On January 15, 2019, the Rotary Club of Snow Hill was recognized by The Worcester County Board of Education for the donation of two educational robots for use by schools in the County.

These robots are used for distance learning and for students who must be absent from school due to illness.

Pictured here, Club President Chris Welch and Club President-Elect Gary King accept the recognition from Board representatives at their January meeting.


Will Rogers Memorial Museum

Steven Gragert
At the December 18 meeting of the Rotary Club of Snow Hill, Steven Gragert gave a biographical presentation on an American legend - Will Rogers.

During the first half of the twentieth century, Rogers was one of the most famous people in the country with a popular radio program, top billing in Hollywood movies, and a newspaper column that reached tens of millions of his followers.

Steven Gragert recently retired as the Director of the Will Rogers Memorial Museum in Oklahoma. He is pictured here with Club President Chris Welch. Steven is also a member of the Berlin/Ocean City Rotary Club.

Learn more about this American icon through the Will Rogers Memorial Museum.

From Snow Hill to Cooperstown

At the December 11 meeting of the Rotary Club of Snow Hill, Club member Tom Sullivan gave a presentation about the life and legacy of William Julius "Judy" Johnson.

Source: National Baseball Hall of Fame
Judy Johnson, who was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1975, was born in the Snow Hill area at the end of 1899. He was considered one of the greatest 3rd basemen of the early part of the twentieth century. But because of the racial barriers imposed by the major leagues prior to 1947, many great ball players were denied entry into the Hall of Fame until the 1970's when corrective actions were taken.

This picture from the Hall of Fame archives is of Johnson's induction ceremony. Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn is seen making the presentation.

The Worcester County Historical Society recently announced that a Judy Johnson memorial will be placed on the grounds of the Snow Hill Public Library in the Spring of 2019.

Christmas Market 2018

Christmas Market 2018
The Rotary Club of Snow Hill hosted the 2018 Christmas Market in the Old Firehouse on Green Street on Friday, December 7.

There were a wide variety of crafts, gifts, and delicious holiday treats. Club members (pictured here) also staffed a bake sale table at the market. Funds raised will go to the Laurel Anderson Nursing Scholarship program.

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