Cheers for new member Eileen Swicker who presented an outstanding "classification chat" on August 6th.  Rotarian Ben Lawrence introduced her with a personal story about his respect for Eileen when working with her after a recent loss. 
 
Eileen took the club on an adventure that followed her from a former career in the CIA, which she respectfully didn't describe, to her international travels, and eventual pursuit of a law degree from George Washington University.  She is now an attorney focused on estate planning and small businesses.  Coincidentally, her office is in the former Laurel Brigade Inn in historic Leesburg. The building was owned by late Rotarian Ellen Wall and this club met there for years.  Eileen is involved in Master Gardening and volunteers tax and legal services through several organizations. Giving back to the community was the primary driver for wanting to join Rotary. The classification chat is a tradition for Rotary Clubs to help members connect.
 
 
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