The Inter-Service Club Council of Arlington is an association organized in 1940 for liaison between the various service clubs/organizations of Arlington. Its purpose is to act as a clearinghouse for the exchange of ideas and the furthering of amicable relations between its member clubs/organizations.

Officers for 2021

President: Sandy Bushue (Optimists)
Treasurer: Joe Lott (Arlington Rotary)
Secretary: Deneise Boyd (The Woman’s Club)

ISCC objectives are:
  • To promote friendship, good will and understanding among the member clubs/organizations.
  • To coordinate projects among the various service clubs/organizations.
  • To discuss community problems and how member clubs/organizations can address them in an effort to make the community a better place in which to live.
  • To address the needs of member clubs/organizations in their efforts to recruit and sustain members.
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Thursday, September 9th, 12:30: Joe Lott , “My 9/11 Story” – via ZOOM

Former ISCC president Joe Lott will tell how a lucky tie saved his life by causing him to narrowly miss being at the top of the World Trade Center when the planes hit on Sept 11, 2001 and his entire team was killed.  He recalls his day-long escape from New York as the nation sought to comprehend what had happened.  This story is featured in the Time Magazine commemorative edition on 9/11.  After a 21 year career as a Marine artillery officer, Joe . spent 21 years in the IT world working mostly with financial firms.  He has spent the last 14 years as a real estate developer and property manager based in Arlington with properties in many states.  Currently, he is making the transition to art dealer, his 4th career. He is starting out by selling his large collection of Japanese woodblock prints in his on-line store: art-eclectic.com. He was twice president of the Arlington Rotary, president of the Arlington Rotary Educational Foundation for 5 years, Assistant Governor for Rotary District 7610, and twice president of the Inter-Service Club Council of Arlington. He has a degree in industrial engineering from Auburn University and a masters degree in operations research from the Naval Postgraduate School.

To Get the zoom link, send a request in advance to: garyelong@yahoo.com 

Congratulations Chelsi Dildine!

Arlington Rotary Club – District 7610 of Rotary International has named President Chelsi Dildine “Rotarian of the Year” for 2020-2021 for her leadership of the local club in community service. District 7610 consists of 57 individual Rotary Clubs. For more info: https://sungazette.news/rotary-club-president-wins-regional-honor/