Club Information
Rotary Club of Leesburg

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 6:00 PM
River Creek Club - Clubhouse
43800 Olympic Blvd.
Leesburg, VA 20176
United States of America
Cocktails and conversation at 6. Meeting starts at 6:30.
COVID-19 Related Meeting Rules
Members of the Leesburg Rotary Club took their Saturday to assist the Good Sheppard women's shelter by building a walkway to the entrance and redoing the wooden deck in the back. An example of putting words into action and our motto, Service Above Self". A special thanks to all those who participated.
The food sorting crew emptied 6 of the bins that were overflowing with donated food for Loudoun Hunger Relief. 
Foods are sorted into milk crates by type and then stacked along a wall for distribution.  
“Many hands make light work “
Mansour Moselehi w/ Jenny Goff
The Rotary Club of Leesburg working with Jenny Goff of Loudoun Caregivers assisted Mansour Moselehi, 84 with cleaning up his property. Unable to do the work himself, Mansout reached out to Loundoun Caregivers for help. This is the second project we have participated in partnership with Loundoun Caregivers. The first was building a set of stairs for a handicapped man living alone. Our members showed up at 8:30 Saturday morning with tools in hand along with bags of mulch. In 3.5 hours they completed the job filling 50 yard bags with yard waste. Mr. Moselehi was thrilled with the makeover.
L-R Pushti Bhagat, Katheryn Homa, Daniel Bruno
At the May 18th meeting of The Rotary Club of Leesburg, three seniors from local high schools were each awarded $15,000 scholarships as part of the on-going program started 38 years ago by Rotarian Perry Winston.  Shown here are Pushti Bhagat from Heritage High School who will be attending George Mason, Kathryn Homa, Loudoun County High School who will be going to Duke University and Daniel Bruno from Tuscarora High School who has chosen Michigan State University.   
Our club built a set of stairs for Calvin as part of our Rotary Community Service.
Our club secretary John Whisler, organized the project after hearing about Calvin's need for stairs to his motorhome. On hand to assist John were Past President Valerie Beaudoin, Doug MacLean, John Kimball, Ron Rogos, Ernie Carnevale, and Peter Vaka. Calvin lives on the grounds of Loudoun RV and Boat Storage.
Sicky Wicket Croquet Tournament Saturday May 20 from 11 am to 3:30 pm.
Live auction and tones of fun for the whole family. By invitation only.
Proceeds to benefit: Dolly Parton's Imagination Library and The Ability Fitness Center
Members of the Rotary Club of Leesburg packed food boxes for Loudoun Hunger Relief on Saturday morning August 6. The team, including project lead Elizabeth DiBene, Ariel Welt, Ron Rogos, Doug MacLean, Matt Burns and his daughter packed 114 boxes.
R-L Past President Ernie Carnevale with Inova President Susan Carroll and Suzy Quinn CFRE Executive Director Philanthropy Inova Health Foundation
Past President Valerie Beaudoin takes a selfie of Rotarians and volunteers who prepared meals at the Deli South in Leesburg.
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