Rotary celebrates annual changeover
THE Rotary Club of Mt Beauty held its changeover dinner earlier this month.
Outgoing president Cheryl Clutterbuck welcomed visitors, including District Governor Bernie Bott and Alpine Shire mayor Ron Janas as well as representatives from neighbouring Rotary clubs, the Upper Kiewa Valley Lions Club and the ALPS Ladies.
Incoming president Bob Flower said he was looking forward to his year in office and hoped to consolidate the club’s past achievements and continue to maintain a club which would give satisfaction to existing members and attract new ones.
“I would like to keep our aims and achievements clearly in front of members as we work through the year on our various fundraisers and sponsorships, and make meetings as enjoyable as possible,” he said.
The new board consists of: president Bob Flower, secretary and presidentelect, Mark Lucey, family of Rotary Kitty Vigo, treasurer Ian Cohn, sergeant Jenny Flower, bulletin editor
PHOTOS: Mark Lucey Greg McLennan, new generations and vocational Barb Pyle, club service and projects Ken Bell, international service Graeme Meakin, and public relations and membership Jane Zagorski.
NEW PRESIDENT: Bob Flower is looking forward to a productive year as president of the Mt Beauty Rotary Club.
SERVICE: Mark Zagorski was presented with a Paul Harris Fellowship, and previous recipients Graeme Meakin (left) and Andrew Randell received sapphire pins.