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Rockville Rotary Club Meeting Information

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Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
Gordon Biersch
200 E Middle Lane
Unit A
Rockville, MD  20850
United States of America
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Bob Levey is a prize-winning journalist who has covered the Washington scene since the Johnson Administration.

For 23 years, he wrote a daily column, “Bob Levey’s Washington,” for The Washington Post. The column looked at all aspects of life in the nation’s capital. It won major awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and the Washington Journalism Review. Currently he writes a monthly column for Senior Beacon Newspapers.

Seven times, Bob Levey was named one of the most popular columnists in Washington by Washingtonian magazine for his Post column. Earlier in his 36-year career at The Post, Bob Levey covered Presidential politics, Congress, local news, and sports.

In 1999 Bob Levey was named a Washingtonian of the Year by Washingtonian magazine in recognition of his community service through his column and as a hands-on volunteer.

Bob Levey has also had an extensive career in the electronic media. Over the course of more than 20 years, he worked for nine radio stations, four TV stations and one popular Internet site as a commentator and talk show host. His on-line chats for, called “Levey Live,” won consistently high ratings.

Bob Levey was born and raised in New York City. He escaped at a tender age to attend The University of Chicago, where he earned a bachelor’s degree with special honors in English. He has spoken to college, business and social groups all over the country. He has taught journalism at six major research universities.

In 2000, Washington Post Books published Washington Album: A Pictorial History of the Nation’s Capital, a 200-page illustrated history of the local city. Levey co-authored the book with his wife, Jane F. Levey, a historian. Levey is the author of two other books, one a collection of columns, the other a look at local Washington.

In his spare time, Bob Levey has been a semi-professional folk singer, a union president and a national champion tournament bridge player. He and his wife are the parents of two adult children, Emily and Alexander.

Richard B. Glover
Past President of two Clubs
The Life of a Rotary Club
Rich is a member of Southern Frederick County Rotary, Frederick County, Maryland; One of 5 Clubs in Frederick County, comprising of 25% of membership of 61 Clubs and 4 Satellites in District 7620 of Central Maryland and Washington DC.
Rich is a past President of two Clubs: the Johnson County Rotary Club of Overland Park, Kansas (2000) and Southern Frederick County Rotary Club in Frederick Maryland (2011). Combining Kansas and Frederick, Rich is entering his 27th year as an active member of Rotary.
Rich has held most Club Avenues of Service positions and District 7620 Membership and Foundation Chairs, including leadership in major fundraising. Rich was the founder of the Frederick Rotary Pro Am and within 3 years raising over $101,000 after expenses. One other event of note, Rich was the project co-leader and chair of fundraising with net funds to support an unprecedented $1,000,000 in OTC pharmaceuticals and medical supplies that were airlifted through Heart to Heart International to Mother Teresa in Calcutta, India. Rich has also been a member of a Rotary International humanitarian mission to El Progresso, El Salvador to work with Action for Water & Education Foundation.
Rich is a Rotary Major Donor, Paul Harris Society Member, Sustaining Paul Harris Fellow, Bequest Society member, Rotary Benefactor and graduate of Rotary Leadership Institute.
Rich is a 10-year veteran Navy Hospital Corpsman and retired after 35 total years as a healthcare executive. Following healthcare, Rich served 10 years as a non-profit executive. 
Rich is married to Susan also a fellow Rotarian, Past President and current District 7620 Chair of Rotary Youth Exchange Programs. They have been married 34 years. Susan is a Healthcare Senior Executive with Adventist Healthcare, Inc. in Maryland. They have three daughters Rebecca, Monica & Victoria and four grandchildren. Youngest daughter Victoria is a Paul Harris Fellow, member of the Federal City Rotary Club, past 2-term Interact President, a past member of the Board of Directors of North American RYLA, a graduate of Maryland University with majors in English & French and minor in Law in Society, and currently attends Law school at George Mason University Law School.
Upcoming Speakers
Bob Levey, Journalist & Author
Oct 24, 2019
The Washington Post & Larry Felder, Candidate
No Club meeting
Nov 07, 2019
Charter Night (11/6/19)
Chil Kong, Adventure Theatre MTC
Nov 14, 2019
What the new Artistic Director has planned
Natasha Tynes
Nov 21, 2019
From the Neighborhoods of Amman to a Published Author: The Trials and Tribulations of Publishing
No Club meeting
Nov 28, 2019
The Rockville Rotary Twilight Runfest
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