Serving to Change Lives - WE ARE ROTARY: Dr. Geetha Jayaram, the new District 7620 District Governor is joined by Dr. Linda Lymas, past president of the Lexington Park Roatry Club and current assistant District Governor for Southern Maryland. (Photo by former DG Bop Parkinson)
Serving to Change Lives - WE ARE ROTARY! Rotarians of the Rotary Club of Lexington Park pulled together to pitch in $1,000. Along with 14 other District 7620 Rotary Club contributions a Rotary Global grant totaling $111,191 after matches was assembled to offer COVID relief to two hard hit Hospitals in India.
Serving to Change Lives - WE ARE ROTARY: The Rotary Club of Lexington Park organized three interactive demonstrations for the Great Mills High School Century-21 summer program.
The Bay District Volunteer Fire Department (top), the University of Maryland Unmanned Aircraft Systems Test Site (lower Left) and Rotarian Carl Franzen of Franzen Reality (Lower Right) each provided hands-on experiences to help summer students explore potential career paths
Serving to Change Lives - We Are Rotary: The Rotary Clubs of Charlotte Hall and Lexington Park teamed-up to sponsor an August 20, 2021 Food Drive benefiting the Feed St. Mary's Food Bank. Feed St. Mary's was created through community support of the Lexington Park Rotary Club's Oyster Festival. Returns from the Oyster Festival enabled initial funding sufficient to start the much needed food bank.
Serving to Change Lives - I AM ROTARY: Current President of the St. Mary's Chamber of Commerce and President elect of the Rotary Club of Lexington Park, Tari Moore, managed the Larry Brown autographed football raffle at the recent Rotary Golf Tournamant. Tari also runs the Huntington Learning Center in Lexington Park which generously donated well-stocked "swag bags". A bag was given to each golfer. (Photo by Walt Gardiner)
Serving to Change Lives - WE ARE ROTARY: Members of the Rotary Clubs of Charlotte Hall, Leonardtown and Lexington Park teamed together to build 100 cages in 90 minutes. The cages support the good work of the St. Mary's Watershed Association. Each month, Southern Maryland Rotary Clubs are pulling together to build community.
Serving to Change Lives - I AM ROTARY: Our 2021 Queen Oyster, Dr. Regian Faden leads Historic St. Mary's City when not presiding over the bivalves. She is pictured here participating in the St. Mary's County Fair parade. (Photo courtesy of Mary Washington)
Serving to Change Lives - I AM ROTARY: New member of the Rotary Club of Lexington Park, Al Gardiner, spearheaded the Club's recent successful Golf Tournament. Here, he is seen introducing our special guests, the Hogettes.