Marriott Residence Inn - Courthouse
Thursdays at Noon
1401 N. Adams St., Arlington VA 22201
Buffet Lunch $21.00
Hotel Parking Garage (Basement) or Street Parking
The Four-Way TestRotary's Four-Way Test:
1. Is it the TRUTH?
2. Is it FAIR to all Concerned?
3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
ARC Has A New Home!
At its meeting last week, our Board agreed to make the Residence Inn (Courthouse), where we have met on a trial basis the past few weeks, our new permanent location. Beginning this week, all future weekly meetings of the club will be held here.
September 27 Lunch Program - at the Residence Inn, Courthouse, 1401 N. Adams St.
Dr. P.J. Maddox, District 7610 Youth Services Chair – What Rotaract Is / How To Sponsor a Club
Dr. P.J. Maddox is a Rotarian since 1997 and an active member of the Dunn Loring-Merrifield Rotary Club. Her passion is Rotary’s youth service programs. Currently, she serves as the District’s Lieutenant Governor for New Generations/Youth Services. She is a three-time Past President of her club, a former Assistant Governor for our area, a member of the Paul Harris Society, and a Major Donor to the Rotary Foundation.
P.J. holds doctoral degrees from the University of California/San Francisco, Teachers College, Columbia University, as well as graduate and undergraduate degrees from Catholic University of America, and the University of Nevada. Currently, she is Professor and Chair of the Department of Health Administration and Policy in the College of Health and Human Services at George Mason University. She is a health services researcher with a distinguished career in health systems and international health policy, has received numerous professional awards, serves on philanthropic boards and service organizations concerned with Community and International health, and is the author of numerous textbook chapters, journal articles and reports on health policy, public health and evidence-based management of health systems.
Party to benefit kids
in APAH households.