The Piankatank Ruritan Club is dedicated to serving our Mathews community. This past year we contributed over $12,000 and donated over 2700 man hours to various community organizations, as well as three (3) scholarships to Mathew’s county students. Some of these organizations are:

MATHEWS SOCIAL SERVICES CHRISTMAS STORE
MATHEWS BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS
VA COOP EXT 4-H CAMP
SHINERS HOSPITAL
MATHEWS MARKET DAYS
AMERICAN LEGION BOYS AND GIRLS STATE
MHS AFTER PROM.
MATHEWS LITTLE LEAGUE
COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS
MATHEWS VOLUNTEER RESCUE SERVICE
MATHEWS MAY FAIRE
MHS ROBOTICS CLUB


We would be pleased to have you join us in supporting our community. These donations cannot be sustained without volunteer support. Be our guest and enjoy a free dinner at our monthly meetings on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. 

We are located at 7138 Buckley Hall Rd, Hudgins VA.  Our phone number is (804)725-7670.

Officers for 2019

President………………… Timothy Roscher

Vice President…………..Paul Flaherty

Treasurer………………...Lori Roscher

Secretary…………………. Lori Roscher


Directors:

1st Year Director: Warren Brooks

2nd year Director:Harry Johnson

3rd Year Director: Richard Sherrill

Kitchen Manager:  John West
Building Manager:  Bobby Dobson

What is Ruritan?

Ruritan National has nearly 30,000 members throughout the United States that work to improve more than 1,100 local communities.

Since the organization’s beginning in 1928, Ruritan Clubs have served America with Fellowship, Goodwill, and Community Service. Ruritan is a civic organization made up of local clubs in urban areas, small towns and rural communities.

Ruritan’s purpose is to make America’s communities better places in which to live and work through community service. The slogan of Ruritan is “Fellowship, Goodwill and Community Service.” Club membership represents a cross-section of the community in which the club serves, and is not restrictive with regard to occupation, social position, or any other specific criteria.

Unlike most civic service organizations, Ruritan rarely has national programs. Rather, each club surveys its own community as to the needs of that community and then works to meet some of those needs. Nearly all clubs work locally with Boys and Girls clubs, Little Leagues, 4-H and other organizations serving youth.