Why We Love Rotary
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Arlington Rotary Club (of Virginia) was founded July 4, 1929. Our club is one of approximately 30,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and territories, with 1.2 million members of Rotary International dedicated to "Service Above Self." 

Arlington Rotary is a group of about 35 individuals from a variety of backgrounds and  professions who want to apply their combined talents and resources toward making a difference in their community.  We also enjoy each others' company, host interesting speakers at Club meetings, and have fun with social events throughout the year.

Many of our service projects benefit the Arlington community, and our Club contribute to the global goals of Rotary International to eradicate polio and combat other diseases. Local projects include packing food at the Arlington Food Assistance Center  or monetary donations to support worthy local organizations such as Path Forward.  Many of our efforts involve education, ranging from our own in-house college scholarships that put $18,000 annually in the hands of graduating Arlington seniors, our support for enrichment programs in local middle schools, or grants of scholarships through Rotary International for study and exchange programs at a variety of levels.  

Rotary’s focus has long been on education and health: it has put a special effort into the eradication of polio worldwide. Rotary’s $255 million international effort, coupled with matching support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has brought that goal within reach.
Our mailing address is:  Arlington Rotary Club | P.O. Box 100038 | Arlington  Virginia  22210

Other Arlington Rotary Clubs

There are two other Rotary Clubs in Arlington:

Rosslyn-Fort Myer (www.rosslynrotary.net) meets Tuesday evenings.

Pentagon-Crystal City (www.pentagonrotary.org) meets Wednesday at 7:15 AM.  

Beware of imitations!  There are also Arlington Rotary Clubs in Texas and California