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Bradley Sunrise Rotary Year-End Dinner - June 27, 2013

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  A full house of Sunrise Rotarians met at Café Roma to celebrate the completion of a great year and to launch 2013-14.

  New President Andy Anderson presents out-going President Pat Fuller a plaque recognizing her year of service.

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  President Pat presented a variety of awards honoring members service during the past year.

  Charter member of Bradley Sunrise Rotary, Bob Sain was recognized for 40 years perfect attendance.

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  David Carroll presented BSR with two Rotary Foundation Grant checks totaling $5,000.

  Tennessee Rotary assistant governor Don Ritzhaupt installed new President Andy Anderson and other 2013-14 officers.
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Twelve members received certificates for 100% attendance for the past year and in some cases, more.

(Pictured L-R) Jerry Shannon, Bob Sain, Cheryl Dunson, Pat Fuller, Keith Munford, Paul Moyle, Leesa Calfee, Louis Mason, Jim Davis, Bob Anderson, Andy Anderson, Alvin Word. Not shown, but also with 100% attendance: Ty Cardin, Adam Lewis, Kevin Mendel, and Bob Naber.

 

Star Member and Presidential Award Certificates were presented to members earning 100 or more service points in at least 7 of 13 categories.

(Pictured L-R) Lee Stewart, Jerry Shannon, Bob Sain, Sally Poston, Cheryl Dunson, Pat Fuller, Matt Coleman, Bill Johnson, Pete Vanderpool, Leesa Calfee, Paul Moyle, Rick Creasy, Keith Munford, Jim Davis, Bob Anderson, Andy Anderson, Alvin Word. Not shown, but also Star and/or Presidential Awards: Ty Cardin, Philomena Davis, Lewis Kerney, Adam Lewis, Walt Mauldin, Kevin Mendel, Bob Naber and Tommy Wright.

       
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