Welcome to the Rotary Club of Pisgah Forest

Rotary Club of Pisgah Forest is one of 33,000 Rotary Clubs worldwide. We are in Rotary District 7670 in Pisgah Forest, Transylvania County in Western North Carolina. On June 2, 2017 the club celebrated 20 years of member service and positive action in our community and beyond. Come and experience Rotary Club of Pisgah Forest – known for great fellowship, positive action and service, and a great breakfast with educational and engaging speakers.

Learn more about our Rotary District 7670 and Rotary International. Our club supports local and international service projects. Our primary fundraiser is Assault on the Carolinas. The 21st annual event is April 4, 2020, here in Transylvania County.

This year the Presidential theme is Rotary Opens Opportunities.

2019 - 20 Officers and Avenues of Service Directors

President: John Krishingner

President Elect: Rik Emaus

Secretary: Dorothy Knowles

Treasurer: Jim Cruickshank

Immediate Past President: Jim Cruickshank

Community: Sarah Hankey

Youth:Rik Emaus

Vocational: Abe Pallas

International: John Brown

Club: Dana Garrett

Speakers: Penny Colman-Crandal

The CART Fund:Charlotte Snelson

Grants: Chuck Megown

Interact: Ann Farash & Cindy Donaldson

Membership: Penny Colman-Crandal

Polio Plus: Mary Scott Christfield

Public Relations/Image: Cindy Donaldson

Programs: Penny Colman-Crandal

The Rotary Foundation: Martine Stolk

Sergeants-at-Arms: Mark Gibson & Alice Gibson

The Honker (Newsletter) Editor: Abe Pallas

Assault on the Carolinas: John Buford

Meeting Information

Great fellowship with educational and inspiring speakers. Join us for a fun morning meeting.

Rotary International

President: Holger Knaack Rotary Club of Herzogtum Lauenburg-Molin, Germany

Rotary District 7670

Governor: George David Waechter, Rotary Club of Lenoir

Governor Elect: Ken Shull, Rotary Club of Tryon

Governor Nominee: Tammy Mosteller, Rotary Club of Lincolnton-Sunrise

Assistant District Governor: Nick Bearden, Rotary Club of Pisgah Forest

Recent Blog Posts

The mission of the Rotary Club of Pisgah Forest is to provide leadership
through service in our community and worldwide and for our members
to be role models in our workplaces, communities and schools.