Friday, September 9, 2016
Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Monday, July 18, 2016
Sunday, July 3, 2016
Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Friday, March 11, 2016
Sunday, March 6, 2016
Saturday brought the Rotary District 7610 Governor to Tappahannock to make a visual on the ground assessment of the impact of the tornado damage in our area. Rotary District 7610 covers 50+ clubs in the northern half of Virginia north of I-64. Utilizing the club network and the existing relationships between club presidents, Tappahannock's Club appeal to the district was echoed and promoted by District Governor Janet Brown and resulted in many clubs stepping forward with contributions – to date this exceeds $12,000 collectively from the Rotary membership across the region and many clubs have promised additional funds. From left to right: Assistant District Governor Bill Croxton, Felton Page First Gentleman to the District Governor, District Governor Janet Brown, Fred Woodard Volunteer EMS coordinator and Rotarian.
Thursday, March 3, 2016
Tappahannock Rotary raises an incredible $30,000 in one week for the Tappahannock Tornado Relief Fund – Rodney Gordon receives the check on behalf of Essex County Dept of Social Services and ensures speedy and qualified distribution to Essex County victims. From left to right: Joe Wolfinger, John Frazier, John Gregory, Bob Jump – the voice for helpessex.com on WRAR, Carl Strock, Chuck Gilchrist, Ron Geiger – Rotary Treasurer , Rodney Gordon – Director of Essex County Dept of Social Services, Stanley Clarke – Sheriff and leading responder, Fred Woodard – Essex County EOC volunteer and coordinator, David Broad – website and social media, Joanna Ruffa, Patricia Gallagher, Wright Andrews – President of the Tappahannock Rotary Club and fund raising leader, Emerson Hughes, Mac Garrett, and Jim Wawner.
Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
TRC member, Dr. Scott Burckbuchler, Superintendent of the Essex County Public Schools, was the main speaker at the February 11th meeting. Scott explained the effect of EHS being denied accreditation and what is being done by the school administration to address deficiencies. He asked for community support for their efforts. He urged that people stop focusing on the negative and look to the positive steps that are being taken to deal with a problem that was years in the making and will take several years to correct. The presentation was followed by a good Q&A session. President Andrews encouraged the Rotarians and others in the community, including religious and business organizations, to come together to do whatever we can to help, including in particular helping educate students and parents on the importance of education.
Friday, January 29, 2016
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
___$40.00 – INDIVIDUAL TICKET
___$50.00 – Soprano - Includes one ticket, name in the program.
___$75.00 – Mezzo-Soprano - Includes one ticket, VIP seating and name in program.
___$150.00 – Alto - Includes two tickets, VIP seating, names in program.
___$250.00 – Tenor – Includes four tickets, VIP seating, names in program & a select bottle of wine from the event tasting.
___$500.00 – Baritone - Includes 6 tickets, VIP seating, names in program & a bottle of each of the four wine selections.
If paying by check, please make it out to: The Tappahannock Rotary Club, and make a notation in the memo that reads: Voices to the Heart
Tappahannock Rotary Club is a designated 501(c)3 organization and your contribution is tax deductible according to the law.