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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Rotary Club Donates $300.00 To God's Country Food Bank

A photo of Coudersport Rotary member George Hults presenting a check in the amount of $300 to Jane Crossley of the God’s Country Food Bank.


3 comments :

Anonymous said...

Well there's old Georgy Porgie Pudding Pie.
Serving the community as always, what a guy.
I left town 20 years ago and he was serving when I departed.
And now its 2012 and he's still on the ball and highly regarded.
When the Hall of Fame comes calling for people who have served up and down the line.
Let's put George Hults on the list because he's not your average dildine!
(Thanks for all you do, George. I hope your family is well.)
--From Larry "Golden Voice" Gross

Anonymous said...

Larry, you sing a lot better than you write poetry. Ha ha.
Are you still with the Marmot Tabernackle Choir?
I agree with you on George Hultz and I think he is still on the Borough Council and still active with Rotarian.

Anonymous said...

atta boy George, your ole friend AL from AZ