Thursday, March 29, 2012

Guest Speaker: Dorothy Miller

Dorothy Miller's topic was the natural plants in our enviroment and how to take advantage of natural Virginia plants to enhance our gardens rather than use the same old store bought varieties. Bill Reavis, club president, presents her with the traditional Tappahannock Rotary etched glass gift.

Rotary installs its newest member

Welcome Ron Geiger to the club! Ron is introduced by John Gregory (left), Bill Croxton, Ron Geiger and veteran club member Luther Derby.

Friday, March 23, 2012

Tappahannock hosts Korean GSE team and local clubs

Chanseok Park (center) heads up the visiting Korean Rotary District  3710 from Gwangiu, South Korea, and is hosted by Kylie Bransford, Assistant District Governor for the Northern Neck and Bill Reavis,  President of the Tappahannock Club.

Korean Rotary Visitors to Tappahannock Club

Saturday, March 17, 2012

President Elect of Rotary International Sunji Tinaka speaks at PETS 16 Mar 12.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

President Elect John Lewis attends PETS in Greensboro NC 15 March 2012

Friday, March 9, 2012

Chuck Davidson overviews RI activities

Charles "Chuck" Davidson visited Tappahannock Rotary on Thursday March 8th to give a top to bottom report on Rotary International's activities and highlighting the role each member of the club could play in supporting the goals of RI throughout the world. Chuck (center) is flanked by Bill Reavis (right), TRC President 2011-12 and Bill Croxton, program sponsor for the evening. Chuck was District 7610 Governor for 2008-09 and Bill Croxton was Northern Neck Assistant District Governor 2008-11.

Richard Moncure Jr. Presentation

Richard Moncure Jr. visited Tappahannock Rotary to present the work of the Friends of the Rappahannock in our community.  Here he is hosted by John Lewis, President-Elect 2012-13. You can visit Richard's organization website at www.

Friday, March 2, 2012

Big Croaker is Coming!

The 2012 Ninth Annual Rotary Croaker Fishing Tournament is two months away and it's time to get your application in. Download the application form and rules from the website and get your fishing team in readiness for the top prize of $1,500.