District Training Assembly (DTA) Documents
Documents from the District Training Assembly (DTA), May 2, 2015 now available on the Training page. Click here to access the documents.
Rotary Youth Leadership Award Camp (RYLA)
District 7610 RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) Camp now accepting applications! RYLA 2015 will be held in Haymarket Virginia at Boy Scout Camp William Snyder on October 2-4, 2015.
Plan now to nominate a high school junior to attend this life changing, character building, leadership camp for teen! Your student will return home having made new life-long friends, networked with youth exchange students and figured out how to work as a team to make ANY challenge a success.
Looking to be a part of something amazing? Consider volunteering to be a camp counselor. Applications for Rotarian participation also being accepted.
Got questions? Need more information? Contact Dan Radtke! 703-283-9540 or email@example.com
We are pleased to announce a new partnership in 2015 with D.C. United, Washington's professional soccer team. Rotary's End Polio Now campaign has been selected for one of their two cause nights this season. The game featuring End Polio Now! will be held on Saturday, August 1 at 7:00 p.m. at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. Tickets to the game are $26 each with $5 per ticket going to Rotary's PolioPlus program. For groups of 10 or more, please contact Aaron McCollum at (202) 587-5480 or AMcCollum@dcunited.com. Tickets for any remaining home games can be purchased through the following link for individuals or groups up to 9 people: https://oss.ticketmaster.com/html/go.htmI?l=EN&t=dcunited&o=4853846&g=3025
Promo Code: ENDPOLIO. Please contact Aaron for groups of 10 or more for those games. For tickets purchased online, all handling fees and service charges will apply. Any questions should be sent to Vance Zavela at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|District 7610 Rotarian Earns
President’s Volunteer Service Award
As National Volunteer Week in April was being observed, Wayne Chiles, a member of the Rotary Club of Springfield, was recognized by President Obama and humanitarian organization, ShelterBox USA, ....
|Promote International Convention
|Stafford Celebrates 25th
Stafford Rotary celebrated its 25th anniversary in style with a gala party at Stafford Regional Airport, home of its annual Wings and Wheels Festival. ....
|25th Annual Chesapeake Bay Conference
The Rotary Club of Gloucester is getting ready for the 25th annual Chesapeake Bay Conference. The club has sponsored this five day conference for up to 24 qualifying rising junior and senior high school students ....
|Fairfax Rotary Club Spells it Right
Late this past February, Fairfax Rotarian and PP Ron Hubbard was contacted by Debbie Kilpatrick, President of Fairfax County Council of PTAs, regarding the Fairfax Club’s annual Dictionary Project presentations. ....
|Local Non-Profit Organizations Awarded Grants by Leesburg-Daybreak Rotary Club
The Leesburg-Daybreak Rotary Club proudly presented their annual grants, totalling $5500, to seven well deserving local non-profit organizations. ....
|Stafford Changes Meeting Venues
The Stafford Rotary Club has a new meeting place. The club, which recently celebrated its 25th anniversary, now meets at the Riverside Center in Fredericksburg, home of the Riverside Theater. ....
|Bolivian Student Shares With Gloucester Point Club
Nahir Roca Suarez, Rotary youth exchange student from Bolivia, sponsored by the West Point and Gloucester Point Clubs is shown here presenting Ken Gibson, Gloucester Point President, with a banner from her home club in La Paz. ....
|Final Reports Deadline Near for 2014-15 District Grants
Early this Rotary year, 23 District Grants worth a total of $81,500 were awarded to 41 clubs to carry out an amazing array of humanitarian projects. ....
|King George GEMS Shine in Math and Science
Catapults launched marshmallows down the halls of Sealston Elementary School in King George County as fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade girls used bottle caps, craft sticks and rubber bands to turn potential energy into kinetic energy. ....
|Individuals Step Up and Take it to the Next Level!
Manassas couple and Springfield Rotarian set the example for others to follow. ....
|New Major Donors Recognized at Conference
McLean, Annandale Rotarians and spouses are honored at Donor Appreciation Reception. ....
|Paul Harris Society Provides “Wind Beneath the Wings”
The Rotary Foundation soars because of pledged long term support by PHS members. ....
|New Paul Harris Society Members Honored
Their contributions and hands-on service help make a better world. ....
|Donor Appreciation Reception at District Conference
Major Donors, Bequest Society, and Paul Harris Society members feted at March 28 get-together. ....
|“Stop Hunger Now” is Hands-On Humanitarian Project at Conference
Attendees package 10,000 meals on March 28 to fight hunger among those in need worldwide. ....
|Joe Luquire is April Foundation Team Member of the Month
Joe Luquire, Chair of the Scholarship Subcommittee of the District Rotary Foundation Committee, has been a Rotarian since 1984. ....
|Foundation Giving Helps Light Up Rotary