Rotary installs 2017-18 officers, board members

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Bottom from left are the Rotary’s 2017-18 officers: Carrie Thomas, treasurer; Christine Trevett, president-elect, and Eric Dishongh, president. Not shown is Victoria Bryant, secretary. Top from left are the 2017-18 board of directors: Jeannine Granier, past-president; Mary Clulee, club administration; Jim Hooper, youth services; Thomas Hines, grant and fundraising; Brian Reulet, Foundation, and Kelsey Pollock, public relations. Not shown are Stephanie Varns, community service; Joe Lopez, program
Bottom from left are the Rotary’s 2017-18 officers: Carrie Thomas, treasurer; Christine Trevett, president-elect, and Eric Dishongh, president. Not shown is Victoria Bryant, secretary. Top from left are the 2017-18 board of directors: Jeannine Granier, past-president; Mary Clulee, club administration; Jim Hooper, youth services; Thomas Hines, grant and fundraising; Brian Reulet, Foundation, and Kelsey Pollock, public relations. Not shown are Stephanie Varns, community service; Joe Lopez, program
The Rotary Club of St. Charles named its 2017-18 officers and board of directors on June 24.

The 2017-18 Rotary officers are Eric Dishongh, president; Christine Trevett, president-elect;  Victoria Bryant, secretary, Carrie Thomas, treasurer, and Jennifer Oburn, sergeant at arms.

The 2017-18 board of directors includes Joseph Rochelle, membership; Mary Clulee, club administration; Stephanie Varns, community service; Brian Reulet, Foundation; Kelsey Matthews Pollock, public relations; Jim Hooper, youth services; Joe Lopez, programs; Thomas Hines, grant/fundraising, and Jeannine Granier, past-president.




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