Linda Dipert
Apr 27, 2017
International Folk Art Alliance
Pete Jacobs, President
May 04, 2017
Arlington Genealogical Society
No Club Meeting Today
May 11, 2017
All Region Club Luncheon This Week
Ross Paterson
May 18, 2017
Managing Millennials
Dr. Richard Young M.D. President TCAFP
May 25, 2017
The State of Primary Care Physicians in Tarrant County
Officers and Directors
President Elect
Community Service, Director
Webb School, Director
Vocational Service, Director
Social Activities, Director
International, Director
Membership, Director
Public Relations, Director
Past President
Club Advisor
Fund Development, Director
Club Advisor
Assistant Secretary
Director, Scholarships
Rotary Foundation, Director
Arlington Rotary Club
We meet for lunch and fellowship on Thursdays at noon at the First United Methodist Church of Arlington on the corner of Center Street and Division Street. Let's build goodwill and better friendships!
Rotary is open for business.  Below is a directory of the businesses represented by members of our club.  One sorted by name and one sorted by career field (classification).  The latter can be used if you are looking for a reliable and trusted source for a specific need (lawyer, handyman, financial advisor, etc.)  We would love for you to use these resources to get to know us better.
Sorted by Name        Sorted by classification/career 
  The Rotary Club of Arlington - Impacting and improving the lives of others since 1923  
The tragedy in Dallas on July 7, 2016 underscores the sacrifice of those who serve, protect, and defend us all. The Arlington Heroes Run expresses appreciation to our Police, Fire, Emergency Service, and military personnel for their Service Above Self. 
On November 12, 2016, area runners and fitness walkers will come out to show support for our local heroes in the second annual Arlington Heroes Run in Veterans Park. More information to come soon. In the meantime, check out our photos of the 2015 event on Facebook!

Two local schools dedicate their Reading Oasis thanks to the United Way and Rotarian Lisann Peters.

Reading Oasis 2

Rotarians give career advice to UTA students 

The Rotary Foundation is the charitable arm of Rotary International and is supported solely by voluntary contributions from Rotarians and friends of the Foundation.  Through Foundation grants, Rotarians are able to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty.