Ro­tary cel­e­brates annual changeover

Alpine Observer - - News - By ALEX CRAIG

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.

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