Students of all ages have the opportunity to explore the world and learn a new language through Rotary club exchanges. These exchanges, which last for an entire academic year, allow students to attend local schools and live with multiple host families. Rotary clubs in over 100 countries sponsor these exchanges for students aged 15 to 19. The Leesburg Rotary Club is no exception. They have a long history of finding and supporting outstanding students, and they are known for their business and humanitarian achievements both locally and globally.
The club also offers a variety of networking opportunities throughout the summer. The Leesburg Rotary Club also participates in Wreaths Across America on December 17th. During Veterans Day, five Rotarians visited Karen Hampton's second-grade classroom to thank them for their letter and drawings sent to all veterans of the Leesburg Rotary Club. In addition, the club has organized donations from its members for LAWS (Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter).
They also welcomed Michelle, a former member of the club, and Rich, a former Rotary member of the Sterling Club. Ernie Carnevale introduced four couples who competed in The Not So Newlywed Game at the Leesburg Rotary Club on Thursday night. Kent Knowles introduced falconry and two gorgeous feathered friends to members of the Leesburg Rotary Club. Finally, Marshall joined Rotary in 1945 and was active in both the Rotary Club of Miami, including as president, and in the Rotary Club of Leesburg. Chuck Reavis, president-elect of the Leesburg Rotary Club, kicked off a tribute with a heartfelt and humorous vision of Dr.