2017 Putt Putt and Lunch at Tautog's, Sat. May 20, 2017, 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT - Click here to register
Join us for Fun ~ Family ~ Fellowship
Individual event tickets and sponsorships are avaialble.
12:00 PM - Check in at Jungle Golf (22nd St. & Pacific Ave.)
1:00 PM - Tautog’s (205 23rd Street, Virginia Beach) Fine Fare and Libation
2:00 PM - The Auction of Fine Wines
3:00 PM - Party OVER
You can make a difference in the lives of students at the schools we support by sponsoring this event.
All Sponsors receive
- Signage on a hole at the event
- Listing on our website as our Community Partner
- (Children under 10 are free if accompanied by a paying adult)
- Admission to the Tautog’s After-Party and Wine Auction
All proceeds will go to the Rotary Club of Hampton Roads Educator of the Year awards for the following schools
- Rosemont Elementary School
- STEM Academy at Campostella
- Fairlawn Elementary School
- Ingleside Elementary School
- Sherwood Forest Elementary School
With special THANKS to our HOSTS
Jungle Golf: Preston Midgett & Rachel Adams
Tautogs: Bill Gambrell, Allison, and Staff
Thank you Wasserhund Brewing Company for supporting the Rotary Club of Hampton Roads as the January Charity of the Month. They donated $3,181 to RCHR, which we will combine with the Bowl-A-thon and Top Golf proceeds and support the charities listed below.
2017 Annual Bowlathon -- took place on Saturday, January 28 and so far we have raised approximately $25,000.
2017 Bowlathon Benefactors:
- Boy Scouts of America, Tidewater Council
- Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast
- Lee’s Friends
- St. Mary’s Home for Disabled Children
- Virginia Veteran and Family Support
WHAT WE DO EACH WEEK
If you aren't familar with Rotary International and local Rotary Clubs, you may wonder what we're all about and what happens at the weekly meetings. Take a few minutes to read the information below and check out of a few links in the menu on the left and you will have a good idea of what the Rotary Club of Hampton Roads is all about. If you want to know what we do each week, go to our YouTube Channel using the link to the right and watch some of our videos. We broadcast our featured speakers live and post the video for those that were unable to attend.
Another great way to see what we do is to read the weekly bulletin. This can also be found in the left menu.
ROTARY IN ACTION
The Rotary Club of Hampton Roads has been busy and the Spring is always a time to get outside for more Service Above Self. In March the Club helped out at the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore by sorting over 2,500 pounds of food, getting it ready for distribution. The next opportunity to volunteer at the Foodbank is April 10, 2017.
The week of April 1-April 7, 2017, we will answer phones at WHRO, the local PBS station, helping to record pledges. And in May, we begin the "season" of Adopt-a-Highway, and help make our community a little bit cleaner. We adopted the section of Princess Anne Road in Virginia Beach between Newtown Road and Witchduck Road and have been walking the streets once a month for more than 12 years.
But, we also know how to have fun. The evening of April 26, we will have a FRÜHLINGSFEST at the Bier Garden in Portsmouth.
The Club handed out dictionaries to over 400 Third Graders in the following Norfolk Elementary Schools: Fairlawn Elementary School, Campostella Elementary School, Ingleside Elementary School and Sherwood Forest Elementary School.
4th ANNUAL ROAD RALLYE
to Benefit the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia
The 4th Annual Road Rallye to benefit the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia was a great success. We presented a check to the Foodbank at the Mayflower Marathon.
Tom Williams, RI Foundation Chair, prepared a slideshow on the Rotary Foundation that is very informative.
The 2016-2017 Installation Banquet took place on Saturday, June 25, 2016 and the 2016-2017 Officers and Directors were installed by DG-Elect John Padgett.
Video of the evening
Awards & honors were also presented:
- Trish Heyl and Mary Greer Landon—Rotarians of the Year
- Jim Jones—4 Way Test Award
- Mary Greer Landon—Four Avenue of Service Award
- Paul Peter & Ken Scott—Recognition as Rotary Foundation Major Donors.
- Joe & Ann Mulkerrin - Club members donated over $1000 to the Polio Plus fund in honor of Joe & Ann
Photos from the evening can be found here.
END POLIO NOW
The Rotary Foundation, Rotary International and Rotarians world-wide are committed to eradicating Polio from the world. With our partners, including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, we are almost there. With only two countries left in the world with endemic polio, this is where the effort must keep going so we don't get complacent and slip backwards. The Gates Foundation has pledged to match Rotary contribution 2 to 1, so every dollar donated becomes three!
To make it easier to contribute, we have set up the link below that will allow you to use a credit card or PayPal. For more information visit the website http://www.endpolio.org/.
Make contributions to Polio Plus
Did You Know....
November 28, 1915 the Hampton Roads Rotary Club was formed.
In October of 1916 the club changed it's name to the Rotary Club of Newport News
February 22, 1980 the Rotary Club of Tidewater was chartered.
In 1986, by club election, the club changed it's name to the Rotary Club of Hampton Roads.
Rotary Theme 2016-2017:
Rotary Serving Humanity
John Germ - President, Rotary International
Diane Hagemann- District Governor, District 7600
Mary Landon- President, Rotary Club of Hampton Roads
Stacy Nixon- President-Elect, Rotary Club of Hampton Roads
Wed, April 26, 2017