Chatham Rotarian Joe Rogers presented a program entitled Chatham 2008-2018 - A Decade of Progress. Joe discussed positive changes in the community over the past 10 or more years and pointed out that progress has been a result of dedicated community oriented citizens, partnership among civil, business and governmental entities, and support from local charitable foundations. The presentation concluded that the continuation of such partnerships are essential for continued progress and that Chatham Rotary can play a vital role in future progress.
August 7, 2018
Rotary International recognizes Rotarians for their monetary contributions by awarding a Paul Harris Fellow Pin for each $1000 given. Phil Mauger, President of Chatham Rotary presented Chatham Rotarian Eddie Herndon with his second Paul Harris Fellow Pin at Tuesday’s Club meeting.
Learn more about the Paul Harris Society here.
Pictured above: Gretna HS Beta Club team members Xander Birchfield, Eden Ilconich, Brendan Myers and Kailey Wertz are shown with Rotarians Stacey Moreau and Charles Strauss.
Gretna High School Beta Club members Xander Birchfield, Eden Ilconich, Brendan Myers and Kailey Wertz attended the noon meeting and presented the program. These rising Gretna 10th graders had earned their membership in the National Beta Club Honor Society through excellent grades and community service. The four also formed the Beta Build Team for Gretna and after placing first in the state competition in Hampton this past February went on to compete in the national tournament winning 3rd place. Their presentation reflected the spirit of cooperation, ingenuity, and creativeness that went into their winning projects.