About

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.

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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Members include:

American Legion, Arlington Chapter of Links, Inc., Arlington Chamber of Commerce, Arlington Historical Society, Arlington Jaycees, Arlington Sister City Association, Better Sports Club, Civitan Club, Kiwanis Club: Arlington and South Arlington, Leadership Arlington, Lions Clubs: Arlington Host, Northwest Arlington and Arlington South, NAACP, Optimist Club, Rotary Clubs: Arlington, Rosslyn/Ft. Myer and Pentagon/Crystal City, The Woman’s Club of Arlington, Shepherd’s Center and Zonta Club of Arlington Area.
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3 thoughts on “About

  1. Kim: I’m trying to find an application so our Shepherd’s Center can join. I don’t see it here. Can you help me?

    Ed Schrock
    (703)790-0202

  2. I would like to get in contact with someone from your orginization concerning membership.
    Thanks
    Jeff Schons

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