Baskets for Those in Need
In late November, members of our Rotary club are delivering Thanksgiving in a basket, which includes a variety of sweet and savory treats and a $30 Food Lion gift card! We are sure the families in need will enjoy this special surprise!
Presentation by Chris Peterson
On March 28, 2018, our Club heard from Chris Peterson of the Louisa County Historical Society on upcoming initiatives and programs.
AG Fair 2016
The Louisa County Rotary had a booth and the Agriculture fair and raffled off these two beautiful bird houses to two lucky individuals.
Essay Contest Winner 2017
On Wednesday, April 19th, 2017 the Louisa County Rotary Club was pleased to have in attendance our 2017 Essay contest winner and her family! Her essay was about the Rotary's Four Way Test and it's application in life. Congrats Emma!
Club President Induction
On June 29, 2016, Kristin Renée Hicks was inducted as the 2016-2017 Club President, following in the footsteps of Hamilton C.R. Garnett, now Immediate Past President. Here, she is photographed with Garnett and two long-time Rotarians, Honorable F. Ward Harkrader and John Nolin.
We Have a Winner!
Congratulations to Katrina Duff of CVALiNK! She was one of the lucky winners of a Rotary box, handcrafted by Louisa Rotarian David Palmer, raffled off at the 2015 Louisa County Ag Fair!
New Member Induction: Christine C.
In June 2016, we inducted our newest Rotarian: Christine. She brings a wealth of professional experience, community service and positive energy to the Club!
Learning about the Local Magistrate
Sarah Johnson (r), a local magistrate, visited our club recently to discuss the magistrate system. It was a lively, informative discussion. Here, she is pictured with friend and Club president Hamilton Garnett (c) and her supervisor (l) as she is shown the book that will be donated to the children's section of the local library in her honor.
Mineral Dist. Supervisor Koren Visit
On September 10, 2014, our club heard from Mineral District Supervisor Stephanie Koren about her efforts and successes in public service and civic engagement. An active community advocate, Koren shared with group members her own family's connection to Rotary and her vision for Louisa County in the coming years. On behalf of Koren's presentation, a book was gifted to the Louisa County Public Library.
Recognition of Accomplishments
Check out four of the five awards we earned for the 2014-2015 Rotary year: vocational service, public service, club service and community service. Thank you to a wonderful and receptive community that supports our programming efforts!