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Incoming President, Bryce Burton presents Past President, Sally Hartman with artistic vase to add to her collection. Rotary District Governor Nominee, John Padgett (not pictured) inducted Bryce and the new officers. Sally gave a summary of our Year of Flexible and Innovative Rotary meetings. Brava!
Suds & Buds Partners and Rotary chairs celebrate increase of proceeds from the May 13 event. Left to right: Lorna Cochrane, Marty Raiss, Lynne Berg (PrimePlus), Lisa Chandler - Chair, Michael Desplaines (Norfolk Botanical Garden).
Jim Probsdorfer (l), Rotary District foundation chair and former district governor, traveled from Yorktown for our June 14 meeting to celebrate the generosity of two of our members. Dr. Adam Foleck (c), a dentist with the Foleck Center, was recognized as a Major Donor to the Rotary International Foundation. John Searing, a financial advisor with Merrill Lynch, was recognized as a new member of the Foundation's Bequest Society.
Rotarians checked out one of the colorful collaborative areas at the new Wall Einhorn & Chernitzer accounting office in downtown Norfolk. Rotarian Angela Kerns hosted a recent noon tour of the firm's new office in the SunTrust building. The office which includes sit/stand desks for all staff, buoy seating, wobble boards for standing at computers, no corner offices, bold colors, equal-size offices with lots of natural light and numerous collaborative work areas. Rotarians enjoyed lunch in the office cafe.
Rotary District Awards Banquet
Colonial Heritage Country ClubJul 09, 2016
4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Tour & Lunch at the Barry Robinson Center
Barry Robinson CenterJul 14, 2016
12:01 PM – 1:00 PM
Volunteer for ForKids at Good Mojo
Good MojoJul 26, 2016
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Tides Game for Polio Plus
Harbor ParkJul 27, 2016
7:05 PM – 9:30 PM
Yappy Hour With Rotarians & Dogs
Bea Arthur Dog ParkJul 28, 2016
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Big Bands on the Bay with Glen Boswick Orchestra
Ocean View Beach ParkAug 21, 2016
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Norfolk Rotary on the Go
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