Sergeant At Arms
Lexington Rotary Club members meet for a meal and fellowship on Wednesday
evenings at 6 PM at Lexington Golf & Country Club, 141 Country Club Road in Lexington, VA. We also work on service projects in our community. Check our calendar for details.
Locally, nationally and internationally, Lexington Rotary Club members provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.
We accomplish a number of service projects and fund-raisers every year including building the Rotary Pavilion at Jordan's Point Park. We have contributed to numerous charitable endeavors including more than $48,000 to the Rockbridge Area Health Center. We also participate in several programs of scholarships and international exchange visits.
Work with members in your community and across the globe to make a difference
For nearly 100 years, Lexington Rotary Club in Lexington, Virginia has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the hungry, needy and politically under-represented members of our global family. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money and time.
Lexington Rotary Club
2017 President, Skip Ravenhorst, left, accepts the gavel from Past President, Derek Carter
Welcome back, Ed!
After some time away, Ed Claiborn has returned to Lexington Rotary Club. From left to right: Treasurer, John Tucker; Ed Claiborn; Membership Chair, Chip Honsinger and Past President Derek Carter.
Lexington Rotary Club Past Presidents from left to right: Betty McMichael, Derek Carter, John Tucker, Bill Stearns, Scott Risser, Ed Claiborn, Julia Van de Water, Jerry Plante, Chip Honsinger, Mary Honsinger, Chuck Barger, Nick Cuzzimano, Linda Krantz, Jim Slack, Kent McMichael and Skip Ravenhorst
SERVICE ABOVE SELF
Past President, Derek Carter, receives a gift of Rotary cuff links from the club.