Rotary District 7610  

Meeting Information:  

Marriott Residence Inn - Courthouse
Thursdays at Noon
1401 N. Adams St., Arlington VA 22201
Buffet Lunch $20.00 for Guests and Visiting Rotarians
Business Casual

Park FREE in Hotel Parking Garage 
(Access by ramp from 14th St.)


The Four-Way Test  

Rotary's Four-Way Test:

1. Is it the TRUTH?
2. Is it FAIR to all Concerned?
4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?


Thursday Feb. 21: Lunch Meeting.  Our speaker will be Keith Oberg, Executive Director Emeritus of Bikes for the World; possible brief Board Meeting afterwards.

Last week: Another new Rotarian!  Paul "PJ" Harris (center) was inducted by President Robert Martinson (left) who was also his sponsor.  PJ is a "Double Hoo" of the University of Virginia, a Charlottesville native, former Corporate Associate at Woods Rogers PLC, and Co-Founder & Chief Sales Officer of Totem Systems, Inc. He graduated from UVA College of Arts and sciences in 2013 and UVA Law in 2016. PJ interned for the Chairman of the Federal Election Commission in the summer of his 1L year, as well as for the presiding judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.



January 2018 -- Thanks!

Nov 16th -- Check to Doorways

On November 16, a group of members, led by club President Robert Martinson and Foundation president Sherry Barndollar Rock, visited a Doorways facility and presented our check for $5000, representing a combination of funds from a District grant and money raised at our October fundraiser.

Nov 11th -- Blood Drive

A bright shiny new Inova Bloodmobile, only on its second voyage, stood outside Rock Spring UCC on Little Falls Road for four hours on Sunday as nearly 30 donors filed in and provided the community with life-saving pints of blood. The drive was coordinated by Rock Spring with the assistance of the Arlington Rotary Club, a new partnership. Donors came from lists provided by Inova, some who saw fliers posted around the area and at other local churches, as well as a few last-minute walk-ins.

Rotarians actively involved included Linda Valentino and Hugh Barton, who donated blood, Gary Long with his wife Jan, who assisted with registration, as well as Billy Cullipher, Steve Silcox and others who made calls and sent emails to prospective donors. Rock Spring UCC Associate Pastor Laura Martin was the church’s coordinator of the drive while Hugh Barton represented ARC.

Rotary INTERNATIONAL is dedicated to six areas of focus to build international relationships, improve lives, and create a better world to support our peace efforts and end polio forever.

      Promoting Peace

       Fighting Disease

  Providing Clean Water

Saving Mothers & Children

   Promoting Education

Growing Local Economies
Rotary: Be The Inspiration ~ RI President 2018-19 Barry Rassin