Iron Furnace Fifty 2024

The 14th Annual Iron Furnace Fifty fun ride will be held on Saturday, August 24, 2024 at Furnace Town Historic Site outside Snow Hill, Md. This is a joint project between the Rotary Club of Snow Hill and Furnace Town Historic Site that attracts hundreds of bicyclists from around the region each year.

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The Iron Furnace Fifty has 50K, 50 Mile, and 100K routes that go through the beautiful rural Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland. Fully supported with SAG patrol, rest stops with snacks, drinks and porta-potties. Lunch served post ride including beer for registered riders age 21 and above.


Not only is the Iron Furnace Fifty a fun ride for the whole family, but all proceeds benefit Furnace Town Historic Site and the Snow Hill Rotary Club. It's a great way to get out in nature, breathe lots of fresh air, and have fun while supporting two local nonprofit organizations.

Snow Hill Rotary Supports Youth Football Program

(April 25, 2024) On April 25, 20 helmets and 20 sets of shoulder pads purchased by The Rotary Club of Snow Hill were delivered to the Snow Hill Youth Football program.  The new equipment was immediately put to use. This purchase was made possible through a 2023/24 District 7630 grant.

The Snow Hill Youth Football program is not affiliated with the public school system and provides youth (ages 6 – 13) with an opportunity to learn cooperation, teamwork, and to receive mentoring through a structured sports environment. There are approximately 15 adult leaders and 100 children who participate in the program each year who are directly benefiting from this grant.  

Let’s Go Eagles!

Leland Green – Snow Hill High School


(May 21, 2024) On May 21, Leland Green, Principal at Snow Hill High School spoke to the Rotary Club of Snow Hill.


This is the first year for Mr. Green and SHHS. He has worked closely with the staff and faculty at the school to enhance the learning experience for students through a range of programs from featured alumni as guest speakers to regular discussion sessions. This year Snow Hill High School was recognized as an “Apple Distinguished School” for its innovative use of technology.


Pictured here are Leland Green and Club President Bob Smith.