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Rotary Club inducts three new members

Published: Thursday, April 10, 2014 5:05 p.m. CDT
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Rotary District Gov.-elect Ellen Young (far right) inducts the Rotary Club of St. Charles’ newest members the Rev. David Peck (second from left), Tony Hyler (center) and Holly Cabel (second from right).

ST. CHARLES – The Rotary Club of St. Charles recently inducted three of its newest Rotary members: The Rev. David Peck of St. John Neumann Catholic Church; Tony Hyler, CEO of Burry Foods, and Holly Cabel, executive director of the St. Charles Park District.

Ellen Young, district Gov.-elect at Rotary District No. 6440, attended the St. Charles Rotary Club’s meeting to induct its newest members.

New members were accompanied to the ceremony by their St. Charles Rotary Club sponsors. President Bob Brown sponsored Peck; David McNamara of Burry Foods sponsored Hyler; and artist Guy Bellaver sponsored Cabel.

The Rotary Club focuses on five areas of service that include club service, vocational service, community service, international service and new generations service. The club meets weekly at noon on Thursdays for a lunch and a general business meeting. People living or working in St. Charles with interest in the Rotary Club are welcome to attend a lunch meeting as a guest of a fellow Rotarian.

For more information, visit www.rotarystc.org.

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