Sterling Ruritans Mark Seven Decades of Community Service
Written by: Mark Gunderman
The Club continues a history of assisting needy families, victims of fire and severe illness; supporting boys and girls scout troops, youth sports organizations, homeless shelters and food pantries; providing scholarships; and presenting awards to our younger generation for over 66 years. They believe a strong community is built with goodwill, generated between and among all citizens, regardless of their race, gender, personal beliefs, political affiliations or economic status. Today, the Sterling Ruritan Club currently has 35 members, ranging in age from 18 to 91. Membership in the Sterling Ruritan Club is open to anyone living in the area and new members are always welcome. The Sterling Ruritan Club meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. at 183 Ruritan Road, near West Church Road and Atlantic Boulevard. For more information, call 703-444-6039.
See Loudoun Now article. http://loudounnow.com/2017/04/05/sterling-ruritans-mark-seven-decades-of-community-service/
May God continue to bless the Sterling Ruritans.