Areas 1-15


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Area 1 - Clarke Co., Frederick Co., Front Royal, Warren County, Winchester

The purpose in this publication is not only to report some of the past accomplishments and future plans of Rotary and all Rotarians, but also to make our neighbors more aware of how we, as Rotarians, share the philosophy of Rotary, “Service above Self,” in our personal life, our professional life, and our life in our community — the community you and we share. In addition, we would like to update you, our neighbor, about some of the things yet to be done every day, every week, every month and every year, indeed all the years to come in order to help make our world just a little bit better for all those in sorrow, need or distress.

The motto of our Foundation is “Doing Good in the World.” Since its inception in 1917, the Rotary Foundation has invested more than $1.5 Billion in helping to improve the lives of those less fortunate than ourselves. As Rotarians we support our Foundation, knowing our small, individual contributions become part of a powerful collective effort to positively affect the lives of millions of people around the world. Each Rotarian realizes that as an individual, none of us could possibly touch the lives of so many people, especially around the world.

Rotary’s largest and most lofty goal which began in 1985, has been to eradicate the crippling disease Polio. After close to 30 years of sustained effort with virtually every Rotary club involved, there occurred fewer than 1,000 cases of Polio this year in only four countries: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nigeria, and now it has returned to Syria. The Polio virus is only an airplane ride away from anywhere in the world. We are optimistic that with continued focus, we will be able to achieve our goal and finally end Polio in the world.

Rotary is not a closed group of individuals, but open to all in our community who may share a desire to be helpful to society, and to give back in some way for all that we have been given. We all share a sense of fellowship in our common goals, a feeling of responsibility in helping the world to be a better place, and a true sense of accomplishment in all that we do, in our community, our nation and the world.



Area 2 - Broadway-Timberville, Luray, Mt. Jackson-Edinburg, New Market, Strasburg, Woodstock
 


Area 3 - Bridgewater, Harrisonburg, Harrisonburg-Massanutten, Rockingham Co.

The five Rotary Clubs in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County are pleased to bring you this publication. Rotary International is a wonderful 110 year old organization which promotes and develops the better aspects of our human nature. Rotary fi rst came to the Harrisonburg and  Rockingham County area in 1921. Our motto is “Service above Self.”  
 
Winston Churchill once said that, “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” Th e object of Rotary is to encourage the development of friendship and acquaintance as an opportunity for service and to promote high ethical standards in business and professions. We recognize the worthiness of all useful occupations and the dignifying of each Rotarian’s occupation as an opportunity to serve society. One profi ts most who serves best. Service to others in each Rotarian’s personal, business, and community life is paramount to us. We believe service to others advances understanding, goodwill, and peace.  (more...)

 

    

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Area 4 - Nelson Co., Staunton, Staunton-Augusta Co., Waynesboro, Waynesboro-E. Augusta Co.
 


Area 5 - Altavista, Amherst, Bedford, Forest, Lynchburg, Lynchburg Morning, Smith Mt. Lake
 


Area 6 - Botetourt Co., Buena Vista, Covington-Hot Springs, Lexington, Lexington Lunch, Lexington Sunrise
 


Area 7 - Chatham, Danville, Danville After Hours, Danville-Riverview
 


Area 8 - Blue Ridge-New Generations, Glenvar, Roanoke, Roanoke Downtown, Roanoke Valley, Rocky Mount, Salem
 


Area 9 - Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Christiansburg-Blacksburg, Floyd, Giles County, Montgomery Co., Radford, Radford Noon



Rotary International is a global network of community volunteers united worldwide to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. The New River Valley (NRV) has eight Rotary Clubs that meet at various times and locations throughout our area. The NRV clubs are part of Rotary International District 7570 which covers Western Virginia and Northeastern Tennessee with nearly 4,200 members and 81 clubs. 
 


Area 10 - Bluefield, Russell Co., Tazewell
 


Area 11 - Hillsville, Marion, Marion Morning, Pulaski ,Wytheville, Wytheville Morning
 


Area 12 - Abingdon, Bristol VA/TN, Bristol Morning, Mountain City, Washington Co.
 


Area 13 - Kingsport, Kingsport-Downtown, Kingsport-Sunrise, Scott Co., Tri-Cities TN
 


Area 14 - Elizabethton, Greeneville, Greeneville Morning, Johnson City, Johnson City Evening, Johnson City Morning, Unicoi Co.
 


Area 15 - Henry County, Martinsville, Martinsville Uptown, Stuart

 



 

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