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Wolfsville Ruritan Club Welcomes You

Community People Meeting Community Needs

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What We Do

Wolfsville Ruritan Club works to improve the community through five service areas:  Business and Professions; Citizenship and Patriotism; Environment; Public Service; and Social Development.




Community Support

In addition to providing college scholarships to Middletown High School students, we financially support various community organizations, including:

  • Wolfsville Volunteer Fire Co.

  • Myersville Volunteer Fire Co.

  • Smithsburg Volunteer Fire Co.

  • Smithsburg EMS

  • Wolfsville Elementary School

  • Fahrney-Keedy Benevolent Fund

  • Vacation Bible School for community churches

Fundraisers


We raise money throughout the year with various fundraisers, including:

  • Spring and fall butcherings

  • Sausage and pork sales

  • Gas engine show

  • Pot pie quart sales

  • Sub sandwich sales 

  • Father's Day Chicken BBQ

Who We Are

Ruritan is a national organization dedicated to improving communities and building a better America through fellowship, goodwill, and community service.

We began in Holland, Virginia, in 1928. Since then, the Ruritan tradition of local community service has expanded to include more than 900 clubs in 24 states with nearly 25,000 members.


Wolfsville Ruritan Club has proudly served the Wolfsville Community since 1957. Members work to enhance the quality of life through community service and to make our community a better place to live and work. We meet on the third Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at various community locations; a meal and fellowship are an integral part of club business. 

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Upcoming Fundraisers

12" Cold Cut Subs

$7 Each Lettuce, tomato, onion, mayo, hot peppers ON THE SIDE

Pick-up on September 13th between 3-6 PM

Wolfsville Ruritan Community Park

12708 Brandenburg Hollow Road

Myersville, MD 

Place your order by Sunday September 3rd by emailing RuritanClubMD@aol.com (preferred) or calling (301) 293-2426

(Please do NOT place orders through Facebook or website Contact Us form.

ONLY orders made to above email and number will be accepted.)

50th Annual Catoctin

October 7-8, 2023

8am–5pm

  • Gas & Steam Engines

  • Tractors

  • Antique Cars & Trucks

  • Sawmill Demo

  • Homemade Food

  • Breakfast 7 - 10 am Lunch 10am – 5pm

  • Flea Market / Craft Vendors

  • Kids Playground

  • Free Admission and Parking

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