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Rotary Club of St. Charles honors members, inducts board of directors

ST. CHARLES – The St. Charles Rotary Club recently inducted its 2013-14 board of directors who will serve through June 30, 2014.

This year’s new board of directors includes president Bob Brown, president-elect Rich Kitick, vice president Hieu Nguyen, treasurer and secretary Jim Martin, and directors Ray Ochromowicz, Jim Lamkin, Jeff Meyer, Kathy Livernois, David Bird, Mike Frank, Steve Ledbetter and immediate past president Scott Piner.

At the recent Rotary Club installation dinner, where new board members were inducted, a few members were recognized for outstanding leadership to the club and community.

Martin was awarded an Outstanding Service Award for his role as secretary of the club.

Brown won the Service Champion Award, and Kathy Livernois was named the Rotarian of the Year.

Brown was given the award  for his leadership and fundraising efforts, which helped the second annual evening of Chicago bluegrass concert gross over $30,000, states a news release.

Kathy Livernois was given the award for her service, dedication and commitment to the club and community.

The club will be led by the new president, Brown, who recently served as president-elect, public relations chair, fundraising chair and chair of the Chicago bluegrass concert.  

The board of directors is responsible for five avenues of service, which include club service, vocational service, community service, international service and new generations service.

The club meets weekly for a noon lunch meeting, which includes general business, introduction of guests, a presentation from a guest speaker and updates on club fundraising.

Guests living or working in St. Charles with an interest in the Rotary Club are welcome to attend a lunch meeting as a guest of a fellow Rotarian.

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