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Woodbridge Rotary Club Celebrates 50 Years!


50th Anniversary CakeThis year the Woodbridge Rotary Club celebrates their 50th Anniversary of their charter. To honor their years of service the Prince William County area the Board of County Supervisors presented a Certificate of Commendation to Rotary’s President, Darcy Tilman. The Commendation was coincidentally presented on the exact date of the Club’s anniversary.

To celebrate the anniversary, Rotarians gathered for a casual picnic which was hosted at the American Legion Post 364. They were joined by Janet Brown, District Governor, Rotary District 7610. Three Firefighters and A Pig  provided their amazing chili and their famous jalapeno cornbread.




November 13, 2015 | 6:00pm – 11:00pm

13200 Marina WayWoodbridge, VA 22191

Click below to visit the Chips 4 Charity website and get tickets. Be sure to click the “Buy Now” button under the Woodbridge Rotary Club.

Click here to visit the Chips 4 Charity website and get your tickets for  the event. Be sure to click the the Woodbridge Rotary Club button.

Table Games | Prizes | Music | Delicious Food & Drinks

A Portion of the Proceeds from Chips 4 Charity Supports the beneficiary charities of the Rotary Clubs of Woodbridge :

  • ACTS (Action in Community Through Service)
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington
  • Good Shepherd Housing
  • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
  • Project Mend-A-House
  • Red Cross of the National Capital Region, Prince William Chapter
  • Salvation Army of Prince William County
  • The ARC of Greater Prince William
  • The Chesapeake Bay Conference
  • The Vocational/College Scholarships Program
  • Wounded Warriors

Woodbridge Rotary Club Scholarship Recipients Selected


President Art Walz with scholarship recipients Kwadwo & Connor.

The Woodbridge Rotary Club selected their 2014 scholarship recipients. This year’s recipients were Kwadwo Bonsu and Connor Sadler both from Potomac High school. Each will recieve $2,000 to be able to use for college tuition.

Kwadwo is a student from Ghana. He works hard to improve his English skills and takes his academic work very seriously. His mother  works as a custodian supporting his 3 other siblings. Kwadwo helps to take care of them all the while striving towards academic achievement. He loves soccer and hopes to become a minister. he will be attending NOVA and transfering to Radford later on.

Connor Sadler a girl from Potomac HS, an honor student, who  lost her father  to lung cancer  2 years ago.  Her mother and 3 siblings have strong financial concerns. She hopes to honor her fathers memory everyday by getting a college education and giving beck to others. She will be attending VA Tech. She  loves their motto “Ut Proism- That We May Serve” and quoted Gandhi in her application: “We must become the change we want to see in the world” .

Light Up Rotary


T1415ENRotary International President Gary C.K. Huang chose Light Up Rotary as his theme for 2014-15. Huang is urging club members to Light Up Rotary by hosting a Rotary Day in their community, continuing our fight against polio, and increasing club membership. “Light Up Rotary is more than our theme. It is how we make a difference — every day, in every club, and every country we serve.”

Learn how you can help Light Up Rotary and support your local & international communities through service.

Contact our local Rotary President, Art Walz, to find out how you can join the Woodbridge Rotary Club.