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Our club meets most Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.

at the Williamsburg Lodge 

310 South England Street, Williamsburg, VA

in Historic Colonial Williamsburg.

Please view the meeting schedule for updated meeting information.


The Rotary Club of Williamsburg

   Williamsburg, VA USA
Established October 18, 1924                 
Club No. 5848   District 7600
Williamsburg Rotary Club   Rotary International   District 7600
Chris Eckols, President   Barry Rassin, President   Susan Zachenzky-Walthall, DG
www.williamsburgrotary.org   www.rotary.org   www.rotary7600.org


Previous meeting, August 9, 2018 - Williamsburg Fire and EMS Capt Brad Beam and Fire Chief Pat Dent hosted by Will Hummel


In this interactive program, Capt Beam and Chief Dent stressed the importance of calling 911 in an emergency. Using Lucas (a highly technical life-saving training device), our club saw a demonstration of advanced CPR tools that are already being used in Williamsburg. Also, both showed that chances for survival in a cardiac emergency are greatly improved when a patient is transported by emergency services instead of by personal automobile.

Thank you Chief Dent and Capt Beam. 



 Our club donated a book to the Williamsburg Regional Library in honor of Chief Dent and Capt Beam.



Aug 16 - Jimmye Laycock, W&M Head Football Coach

Aug 23 - DG Susan ZW will be our guest. Please pass the word and make this priority event!

Aug 30 - No Meeting - - Labor Day Weekend


From Rotary International President:

"Our theme in this Rotary year is Be the Inspiration. I chose this theme because, throughout my years in Rotary, I have seen that what truly motivates Rotarians is their work. The Rotarians who have the biggest impact through their service aren’t always the women and men with the greatest resources, the most experience, or the largest networks. They’re the ones who are inspired. Whether it was something they did, something they saw, or someone they met, they’ve all had experiences that lit them on fire—and inspired them to serve."  Rotary International President Barry Rassin

To learn more of Barry's vision for 2018-2019, click HERE: