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posted: 5/13/2014 3:50 PM

Huntley Rotary Club scoops up district awards

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  • Attending the Huntley Rotary Club award presentations are, from left, front row, Jim Robinson, club foundation chair Warren Higgins, and Ken Black; and back row, Rudi Welvers, Leigh Ann Porsch, Jim Vaccaro, Jean Hernandez, District Governor Sarah Oliver, club president Bill Jorgensen, Nancy Topalovich, Scott Mitchell, Muriel Wright and Chad Alexander.

      Attending the Huntley Rotary Club award presentations are, from left, front row, Jim Robinson, club foundation chair Warren Higgins, and Ken Black; and back row, Rudi Welvers, Leigh Ann Porsch, Jim Vaccaro, Jean Hernandez, District Governor Sarah Oliver, club president Bill Jorgensen, Nancy Topalovich, Scott Mitchell, Muriel Wright and Chad Alexander.
    Courtesy of Huntley Rotary Club

 
Submitted by Huntley Rotary Club

Rotary District Governor Sarah Oliver visited the Huntley Rotary Club on April 29 to present three awards to the club, which earned distinction within Rotary District 6440.

The Huntley Club received the 2013-2014 Central Award for setting and achieving strategic goals. By meeting and exceeding goals within the year and growing membership, the club also qualified for the Presidential Citation Award, which recognizes the level of club member activity internationally and through community service and local projects.

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In March, the Huntley Rotary Club achieved the distinction of becoming a 100-percent Paul Harris Fellowship Club. Membership to the Paul Harris Foundation is paid by individual dues to further the cause of Rotary, including addressing humanitarian issues such as health care, hunger, poverty, illiteracy and the environment. This honor is rare for clubs to achieve, and speaks highly to the dedication of club members to the ideals of Rotary International.

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