Gal­ston Ro­tary Club Awards

Galston, Glenorie and Hills Rural News - - Community News -

At the re­cent Gal­ston Ro­tary Club Changeover, the Club hon­oured the prin­ci­pal of Gal­ston High School, Jil­lian Tourlas and deputy prin­ci­pals Lisa Pieper and Ju­lia Petrulis with a Paul Har­ris Fel­low in recog­ni­tion for the con­tri­bu­tion to the com­mu­nity. Their work in­volv­ing the com­mu­nity with the Gal­ston High School com­mu­nity and vice versa, goes well be­yond the call of em­ploy­ment within the ed­u­ca­tion sys­tem. Gal­ston com­mu­nity is a bet­ter place be­cause of their com­mit­ment to both ed­u­ca­tion and the com­mu­nity by these teach­ers. They were also in­ducted as honorary mem­bers of the Ro­tary Club of Gal­ston. Pre­sen­ta­tion was made by outgoing pres­i­dent Richard Young.

Pic­tured right is the outgoing Pres­i­dent of Gal­ston Ro­tary Club, Richard Young, pre­sent­ing do­na­tions to the four lo­cal Ru­ral Fire Ser­vice cap­tains from Ar­ca­dia, Gal­ston, Glenorie and Mid­dle Du­ral. Gal­ston Ro­tary has been sup­port­ing lo­cal Ru­ral Fire Ser­vice since it’s in­cep­tion in April 1978. The Ru­ral Fire Ser­vices are an in­te­gral part of our com­mu­nity and Ro­tary is pleased to con­tinue it’s sup­port.

The new pres­i­dent of Gal­ston Ro­tary is Tom Drake-Brock­man. Tom has a com­mit­ment to con­tinue sup­port within the lo­cal com­mu­nity and be­yond.

The Gal­ston Ro­tary Club meets on Tues­day evenings at The Gal­ston Club. All res­i­dents are wel­come to come along to have din­ner and see what we do.

If you want more in­for­ma­tion about Gal­ston Ro­tary, please call Kaye Fitz­patrick on 9652 0685.

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