Burke Rotary Club President Receives Recognition at UN

Burke Rotary Club President Receives Recognition at UN

Each year, Rotary Day at the United Nations invites more than 1,300 Rotarians including many Rotary International Directors, Foundation Trustees, past Senior Leaders, and guests to come together at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. The program is designed to inspire and educate all participants as well as provide insight into the relationship between Rotary International and the United Nations.

Rotary Day at the United Nations also includes a special program for youth interested in humanitarian service. Youth have the opportunity to hear about some projects that Interact Clubs are working on, an overview of the UN and much more.

District 7610 hosted all the exchange students from the District as well as the Districts 7570-Shenandoah Valley and 7600 - Tidewater. There were also three students from the District who are candidates to go overseas next year.

The Burke Rotary Club President, Rosemary McDowell, was recognized at the United Nations with the “Peace through Service Award” by the Rotary UN Representative Team.

The Club meets on Tuesdays at 7:15 a.m. at Anita's Restaurant, 9278 Old Keene Mill Rd, Rolling Valley Mall, Burke.