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Rotary Club of Leesburg
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
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.

The Rotary Club of Leesburg has awarded its 2020 Perry Winston Scholarships to Anna Lunt (Tuscarora High School), Megan Seaman (Heritage High School) and Farrah Raj (Heritage High School). The annual awards support Leesburg students who demonstrate economic needs, academic excellence and a commitment to Service Above Self.

“The members of the Rotary Club of Leesburg are pleased to honor Anna, Megan and Farrah for their many accomplishments and to support their higher education pursuits. We applaud their academic achievements and commitment to serving their communities,” said Valérie Beaudoin, Chair of the Rotary Club of Leesburg Scholarship Committee. “During these challenging times, we are in special need of a next generation of leaders who put Service Above Self, and we have every confidence that these students are among those who will make this world a better place.”

Through its Perry Winston Scholarship Fund, the Rotary Club of Leesburg annually awards three (3) $10,000 scholarships for higher education expenses to deserving graduating seniors from the three Leesburg high schools – Heritage High School, Loudoun County High School and Tuscarora High School. Now in its 34th year, it is one of the most generous scholarships available in Loudoun County.

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