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Thursday, August 28, 2014

Merrimack Rotary names officers, directors

MERRIMACK – The Rotary Club of Merrimack installed 2014-15 officers and directors at the annual “Changing of the Gavel Dinner” at the Homestead Restaurant recently.

The new officers are Marge Chiafery, president for the first quarter; Andy Steeves, past president; Maureen Mooney, president-elect; Phil DeGregorio, vice president; Jane Hoover, secretary; and Paul Belfiore, treasurer. ...

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MERRIMACK – The Rotary Club of Merrimack installed 2014-15 officers and directors at the annual “Changing of the Gavel Dinner” at the Homestead Restaurant recently.

The new officers are Marge Chiafery, president for the first quarter; Andy Steeves, past president; Maureen Mooney, president-elect; Phil DeGregorio, vice president; Jane Hoover, secretary; and Paul Belfiore, treasurer.

Named to the board of directors were Bill Wilkes, Bob Freed, Troy Aarthun, Lynn Christensen, Ron Douville and Joyce Jobin. Wilkes, Douville and Joe Mitchell will serve as president for the second, third and fourth quarters respectively.

Chris Christensen received the President’s Award and Freed received the Rotarian Rookie of the Year Award. The event also included attendance recognitions and committee chairman appointments.

“The Changing of the Gavel is a time to reflect on all that the Merrimack Rotary accomplished over the last year and welcome a new slate of officers and directors,” Chiafery said. “The Merrimack Rotary is a staple in the community, and we take pride in honoring the Rotarians who keep it vibrant year after year.”

Merrimack Rotary projects have included scholarships, reconstruction of the Kids’ Kove Playground, support for Merrimack flood relief, the Merrimack July Fourth festivities, the Rotary 4-Way Speech Contest, the Interact Club and lighting at Reeds Ferry fields. The club works with other clubs on international projects such as the eradication of polio, Pure Water for the World and hurricane relief in Honduras.

To RSVP for a meeting or for information about membership, contact Christensen at 424-2542 or Chris@ChristensenNH.com, or visit www.merrimackrotary.org.