Rotary International  

Rotary International

 

Meeting Information:  

Washington Golf &
Country Club

Thursdays at 12:15
3017 N. Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22207
Lunch $26.00

No Jeans; Jackets Requested

Valet parking or additional parking across Glebe Road.

 


Monte Carlo Night - November 7th!
Now we NEED to start selling tickets AND acquiring auction items for “Monte Carlo Night” on Nov. 7th.  Please start asking businesses you frequent for corporate sponsorships and donations or come up with an item or a service that you are willing to donate personally.  
Contacts are below:
Gary Long – auction items
gary.long@icloud.com or
(H) 703-647-9725; (C) 703-677-7138
Joe Lott - sponsorships
joe@lottfamily.com
(H) 703-528-5825 (W/C) 703-625-6638

Upcoming Events:
25 Sept - Christopher Guith, Senior Vice President for Policy at the Institute for 21st Century Energy Speaking on America's changing energy landscape  
18 Oct - AAH 10th Anniversary Gala 
6 Nov - No luncheon 
7 Nov - Monte Carlo Night 
4 Dec - Club Assembly  
18 Dec - Holiday Luncheon  
29 Jan - Work-Site Visits  
26 Mar - Spring Luncheon  
23 Apr - AREF Banquet Fundraiser (dinner in lieu of regular lunch) 
25 Jun - Installation dinner  

 
2014-15 Officers:
President - Gary Long
Co-President - Linda Valentino
President-Elect (2015-16) - Jeff Sutton
Secretary - John Becker
Treasurer - Joe Lott
Immediate Past President - Steve Klemp
Sergeant-at-Arms - Gene Kreider



 


September 18
Peter Earnest who is currently the Executive Director of the International Spy Museum with a 36year CIA career which includes over 25 years in the Agency's Clandestine Service will be updating us on the latest developments at the museum.  We might be able to get one or two spy stories out of him too if somebody asks…. 

September 25
Christopher Guith, Senior Vice President for Policy at the Institute for 21st Century Energy, will speak about America’s changing energy landscape.

 

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Please note our dress code:
All members should observe the WG&CC’s dress code for non-summer months.  Henceforth men should wear a jacket.  Ties are still optional. Shorts, jeans and other informal attire are not permitted.


 
"Light Up Rotary" ~ RI President Gary C.K. Huang