Just one more needed to get to this year's target.RALPH BAKER April 23, 2014 3:19am
Helen Barry being presented with Rotary Club of Seymour membership by District Governor Philip Clancy.
At the Rotary Club of Seymour meeting on April 14 five new members were inducted by District Governor Philip Clancy.
Seymour Rotary set a target to reach 50 members by the end of the 2013-14 year, which ends in June.
The addition of Kevin Falkenbach, Dean Saitta, Heath Munari, Fred Sartori and Helen Barry brings membership numbers to 49 — leaving just one more to reach the goal.
Seymour Rotary welcomes these new members and looks forward to working with them in support of the Seymour community and wider Rotary programs.
Mr Clancy was accompanied by his wife Helen Clancy.
Seymour Rotary members — including many of the new members — took part in collecting donations on Thursday for the Good Friday Appeal at the north-bound Caltex Service Centre on the Hume Hwy and on Easter Monday at the south-bound Caltex Service Centre raising funds for Seymour Rotary for the benefit of the Seymour community.
We are grateful to the north and south-bound Caltex Service Centres for their support.
— Ralph Baker
Rotary Club of Seymour
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