Rotary Club of Lexington Park

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ROTARY - Service Above Self

The Rotary Club of Lexington Park (Club # 5892) is a member of Rotary District 7620 in Zone 33 of Rotary International. The Rotary motto"Service Above Self", nicely sums up our purpose, both in our community and around the world.


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Join us for the United States Oyster Festival on October 15 and 16, 2016 at the St . Mary's County Fairgrounds. Your support permits the charitable efforts of many St. Mary's County organizations.


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Proud sponsor of the US Oyster Festival in St. Mary's County every October.
SERVICE ABOVE SELF: The 2016-2017 Rotary Club of Lexington Park Board of Directors was installed by District Governor Elect Dr. Anna-Mae Kobbe on June 16, 2016.
ROTARY CLUB OF LEXINGTON PARK recognized for excellence by District 7620 and Rotary International 



Oyster Festival at theSt. Mary's Co. Fair Grounds Oct 12-13, 2015


Welcome to Our Rotary Club!
PO Box 202, Lexington Park 20653
meets at noon on non-holiday Mondays at


Elks Lodge #2092 45779 Fire Department Lane, California, MD 20619

From the North- take route 235 South. Turn right on Chancellors Run Road (By Sheetz Gas Station) then left on Fire Department Lane.


Nearby Rotary meetings where a makeup may be achieved are:

Club Time and day Location
Charlotte Hall 7:30 A.M., Tuesday St. Mary's Landings
Leonardtown 7:30 A.M., Thursday St. Mary's Hospital Cafeteria
Northern Calvert 7:30 AM, Thursday Smokey Joe's, Chesapeake beach
Prince Frederick 6:30 P.M., Monday Stoney’s Restaurant, Pr. Frederick
La Plata 7:30 A.M., Wednesday, Outback Restaurant, Rt 6 and 301
Walforf Noon, Tuesday Westlake Public Library, Waldorf

Or Make up on line at:

Board of directors 2016-2017:

Officers Directors
President: Elise Weston Club Administration: Judy Switick
President Elect: Linda Lymas Vocational: Frank Taylor
Vice President: Mike DeManss Charity: Curtis Brown
Secretary: Connie Stoker Foundation Bill Moody
Treasurer: Juan Gonzales Fundraising: Ray Bednarcek
Past President:

Bob Merritts

Membership: Mike Guy



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2016 Scholarship Winners

SERVICE ABOVE SELF: Every year, the Rotary Club of Lexington Park presents scholarships to deserving St. Mary's County high school graduates who are headed to college. In 2016, the Club awarded…


Posted by Rotary Club of Lexington Park on June 19, 2016 at 9:39am

Christmas in April 2016

SERVICE ABOVE SELF: Every year, the Rotary Club of Lexington Park renovates a home as a participating organization in the St. Mary's County Christmas in April project. 2016 was no…


Posted by Rotary Club of Lexington Park on May 22, 2016 at 9:30am

Dictionaries for Third Graders

SERVICE ABOVE SELF: Every year, every third grader in St. Mary's County receives a personal dictionary courtesy of the local Rotary…


Posted by Rotary Club of Lexington Park on May 1, 2016 at 9:54am

Great Mills Honors Chorus

SERVICE ABOVE SELF: President Bob Merritts, a Great Mills High School graduate, presents Jake Heibel, a Rotarian and the Principal of Great Mills High School a check in appreciation for the  seasonal entertainment provided by Great Mills Honors…

Posted by Rotary Club of Lexington Park on February 7, 2016 at 9:30am




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