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Friday, October 24, 2014

ROTARY REPORT

ROTARY REPORT

The Port Allegany Rotary Club held their regular weekly meeting at the Moose Family Center on October 23. Christa Schott filled in for President Jerry Goodrich. The guest speaker was Sue McClelland who gave a program on her mother, a polio survivor. On behalf of her family, she thanked Rotary for their work to eradicate polio. October 24 is World Polio Day.

The club welcomed two senior guests - Brooke Roys and Kelsie Fuller. Brooke is the daughter of Terry Roys and Wendy Roys and she has a sister, Brianna. She is a member of the voleyball, softball and basketball teams, is president of the Student Council and also serves as class president. She is a member of the National Honor Society, is the Peer Helper Vice-President and Varsity Club, is a member of the Concert Choir Show Choir and Chamber Singers, is a member of the Prom committee and was selected to the 2014 Homecoming Court. Her future plans are to attend Mansfield University to major in Biology. She also played softball for Mansfield.

Kelsie Is the daughter of Tim and wendy Fuller. She has an eleven year old brother, Scott. Kelsie is in the Vocational program and is a member of the Concert Choir. She enjoys playing soccer. Kelsie plans to attend college to study nursing.

There were twelve members present for a reportable attendance of 50 percent. The Lucky Rotarian of the day was Charlie Cox. Pictured: Sue McClleland, Anneik Zengerink

Photo Courtesy Of Pam Fischer

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