August 27, 2014

CONTACT:   Chris Winslow                                                FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE




Midlothian Rotary Club Provides Sporting Equipment to the Boys Home of Virginia


Midlothian Rotary Club announced today that it presented sporting equipment valued at over $5,000.00 to the Boys Home of Virginia.  “We are especially delighted to provide the boys with much needed sporting goods,” said Midlothian Rotary Club President Chris Winslow.


The equipment included over 30 bicycles, 5 industrial bicycle racks, 60 bicycle safety helmets, 35 fishing rods, reels, soccer goals, nets, soccer balls, basketballs, footballs, baseballs, baseball gloves, and bats.


The gift was made in memory of Robert “Bert” Musick, son of Chandler and Robbie Williams.  Musick was an attorney practicing at Capitol One as Director, Assistant General Counsel.  He clerked for the Hon. Judge Frederick Rockwell immediately after law school and then spent two and a half years as a special agent with the Secret Service in New York City before joining the firm of Thompson McMullen in Richmond in 2007.  Bert left to carry forward his legacy his wife, Katherine Rose Musick and two adoring children, Ann Virginia and Robert Ryland Musick Jr.


Executive Director Donnie Wheatley received the equipment on behalf of the Boys Home at a ceremony today, August 27, 2014.  “I want to thank the Midlothian Rotary Club for its generosity and commitment to our program,” said Wheatley.


The Boys Home of Virginia serves boys from across the Commonwealth and provides them with an education, food, shelter, clothing, fellowship and an opportunity to succeed in life.

For additional information contact –

Christopher Winslow