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We are People of action—neighbors, friends and problem-solvers who share ideas, join leaders + take action to create lasting change. We are an active, hands-on Rotary Club always looking for our next great member, could it be you?
The Rotary Club of Cape Henry was founded in March 1984 with 33 members. Three members of the Virginia Beach Rotary Club were responsible for launching our Club. One, Dan Dickenson, was our first President. His contribution is honored by our annual donation to the Dan Dickenson Scholarship Fund at Virginia Wesleyan College. We presently have 60+ members. Our Club's motto is "ACTION AND FUN." Rotary International says "SERVICE ABOVE SELF." The business men and women of Cape Henry Rotary are strongly committed to both.
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Rotary meetings continue! Thanks to all who joined in, including Yale Rotartact Secretary Kynzie Clark.
Our weekly meetings scheduled for March 18th & March 25th have been canceled. Stay safe during this national emergency.
@Rotary supports the Polio Eradication Heroes Fund from the @CDCgov which supports injured volunteers. http://ow.ly/HcZKB
Many thanks to Chase Pittman for bringing Logstradamus to us this morning. https://www.13newsnow.com/article/news/logstradamus-brings-wizardly-maneuvers-to-the-virginia-beach-oceanfront/291-24c06ad8-e8ea-4c7c-ad6d-61a6eef8ad74
Its a unique surfing competition that has transformed into a weekend of positivity at the Oceanfront.
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FIND YOUR PASSION IN ROTARY at RLI (Rotary Leadership Institute) on March 21, 2020 at Virginia Wesleyan University! This once a year training session will dramatically boost and enrich your whole Rotary experience that you can share with other club members, friends, family and guests.
***Signing up is EASY, go to www.district7600.org, find the date (March 21, 2020) and click on the link for quick and easy access. #district7600, #CapeHenryRotary, #ServiceAboveSelf, #RotaryTraining, #Leaders
Zone 33 Rotary Leadership Institute
Some of the good that The Rotary Foundation does in the world.
On the subject of District Grants... these students from Guatemala learned how to make soap from volcanic ash as part of a district grant to help keep them in school and empower them after they graduate. Great collaboration =0
By Maureen Duncan, a member of The Rotary Foundation Cadre of Technical Advisers and a returned Peace Corps volunteer As a member of The Rotary Foundation Cadre of Technical Advisers, I evaluate p…
Celebrate Rotary’s anniversary on 23 February
Each year, thousands of visitors to Rotary headquarters experience Room 711, a recreation of the office where, on 23 February 1905, Paul Harris met with three acquaintances to start a club based on “mutual cooperation and informal friendship.” Celebrate Rotary’s anniversary by taking a virtual tour of the replica.
Room 711 Virtual Tour created by Visualmedia
All we can say is, "WOW!" Dr. Roshan Talrega blew us all away today as he shared on cardiovascular strains, the central processing unit (CPU) of the brain, and the wisdom of both Eastern and Western worlds.
What was your biggest takeaway?
Jocelyn Reiter Ellison presented a beautiful #Rotary scarf as we send off Judy Warner Cocherell on her endeavors as our District Governor. Congratulations Judy! #InRotaryService #District7600 #ServiceAboveSelf
District Team Training Seminar 2020 (DTTS) pronounced "ditts" with DGE Judy Cocherell and AG Eddie Redfearn in Spring Grove, VA at the famous Chanco on the James. Great training and sharing of ideas for the coming year. #RotaryOpensOpportunities, #CapeHenryRotary, #ServiceAboveSelfwithActionandFUN
Rotary #District7600 at Chanco on the James, Feb. 7-8, 2020. District training session formulating great plans for the awesome year ahead—2020 - 2021.
Here is Rear Admiral David Crocker from last week's meeting.
We enjoyed our very own, Charles Hall, presenting the Geologic Features of Cape Henry at our meeting on Wednesday. Well done! We look forward to seeing everyone and a guest next week! #CapeHenryRotary #District7600 #Community #Local
Today Rotarian Charles Hall talks to us about “The Geology of Cape Henry.”
Friendly reminder that our weekly meeting is Wednesday, February 5th at 7:30am! Additionally, Brian Mccullough is hosting the next Oyster Crush Meeting that same day at 5pm in the Armada Hoffler Building in Town Center. Be thinking about who you can invite to our Breakfast Meeting as well as how YOU can be involved at Oyster Crush this year! #District7600 #ServiceAboveSelf
RADM David Crocker (Ret.) is with us today to discuss the importance of human connections, mental health, and the power of listening.
Tonight is the night, you have been waiting for... PINTS 4 POLIO #OcconorBrewingCompany
Come out and show your support to help end the fight against Polio
Ever had a Candy Land Shandy? Come out tomorrow night at 6pm to O'Connor Brewing Co. as they take one of their beers and turn it pink/purple in honor of our Pints 4 Polio event!
Tickets sold at the door - $25 gets you in to play with us and 2 beers/drinks. See you there!
#endpolionow #wearethisclose #purplepinky
Sail Nauticus visits with us this morning and tells us about sailing around #The757 & Coastal Virginia.
What an honor it was to have two guests last week: Grace Tankard and Reed Barber. Grace elegantly shared her Rotary-sponsored student exchange with a Peruvian family. Reed Barber informed fellow Rotarians of a local, Chesapeake-based organization called Montero Medical Missions. Their goal is to provide medical missions and create sustainable healthcare projects for physicians and allied health professionals with international roots. #ServiceAboveSelf #Rotary
Reid Barber speaks this morning about Montero Medical Missions. Reid is a board member at Montero and also a member of Great Bridge Rotary Club.
Rotarians of Hampton Roads - Pints 4 Polio
We're getting ready for our Pints 4 Polio night! Do you know the story behind the game, Candy Land?
Come on out Saturday, January 25th to O'Connor Brewing Co. and find out!
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It's always a fun event to share with friends and family especially our spouses who support 24/7
Those are really, really HOT SOCKS Larry Ronan =0
Did you hear that wolf whistle???
Jeremy Caleb Johnson came with socks that blinked
"Grinch" wisdom from Thomas Mclemore
Highlights from our Annual Holiday Celebration... Charles Hall clearly went above and beyond our Wild + Crazy Christmas Sock Contest. Awesome knees, by the way =0
Lynnhaven River Now is here this morning to talk about Pearl Business. https://www.lynnhavenrivernow.org/pearl-businesses/
Local businesses are fundamental to the vitality of our beautiful city and can have a lasting impact on our local waterways. Whether a business manufactures goods, sells as a retail establishment or provides important services to our neighbors, it impacts the health and well-being of our community.
Charity Grant Applications are due today with application complete, logo and 3 images. Please email to [email protected]
Join us for the Annual Cape Henry Rotary Holiday Party! Bring your spouse or plus 1 and feast on hot seafood hors d’oeuvres, oysters on the half shell, salads & sides as you, Celebrate the Season with Rotary friends! 6:00-9:00 PM $25.00 per person
DEC.18, 6-9 PM: Save this date Cape Henry Rotarians for the Annual Holiday Party at Chicks Restaurant off Shore Drive on Vista Circle! #CapeHenryRotary
More photos of #ServiceAboveSelf. The purpose of the shelter is to provide a place for hikers, bikers, or visitors waiting to load or unload boats a place to relax and enjoy the wonderful views of #BroadBay. Our green building also minimizes land disturbance and improves stormwater quality. Thank you Lynnhaven River Now for your ongoing partnership with #CapeHenryRotary #LRNow #Community #RotaryWithIntention
#CapeHenryRotary partnered with Lynnhaven River Now this past weekend to complete the final portion of a year-long project. A roof was installed for a shelter we built at the 64th Street end of First Landing State Park in the summer of 2018. Way to go! #PeopleOfAction #ServiceAboveSelf #VirginiaBeach #District7600
It was an honor to host Corey Langley as our guest speaker this week. What a dynamic individual and fearless adventurer! Thank you for sharing "A Day in the Life" experiences from Sri Lanka and around the world. #CapeHenryRotary
We say, "Welcome!" to one of our newest #CapeHenryRotary members and Chicago native, Kelly Noll. Thank you for presenting such a wonderful introduction this past Wednesday! #PeopleofAction #CommunityBuilders
Faith Works Coalition marks 1,000th project completed for homeowners in need! Congratulations to one of our favorite sponsored charities through the #OysterCrush Charity Fundraiser. BRAVO and thank you for your service! #capehenryrotary, #district7600, #PeopleOfAction
District7600 Rotary Foundation Awards Dinner and Awards Ceremony in Williamsburg #capehenryrotary
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