FULTON, NY – Lori Greeney received the presidential gavel from Jerry Seguin at a recent Fulton Noon Rotary Club meeting.
The Rotary year starts July 1 and closes on June 30 each year.
Rotary International, the world’s oldest service club being founded in 1905, and a service organization which is truly international, being located in nearly 200 countries, contributes to service projects in their local communities, as well as, world wide service projects, changes leadership each year.
Seguin is a a central administrator with the Fulton City School District and Greeney is the administrator of the Oswego Health Urgent Care Center in Fulton.
The theme for the 2014-2015 Rotary year is “Light Up Rotary.”
In recent weeks, the Fulton Noon Club has donated to the two food pantries in Fulton.
The donations for food supplies has been much lower than the needs of the pantry at the Salvation Army and Catholic Charities.
The month of July is designated as “Rotary Literacy Month.”
The club donates to Stuff- A-Bus, Books For the World, and gives each third grader in the Fulton schools a dictionary/thesaurus each year.
The club also donates to the books given out at the Memorial Day Parade in Fulton, and the July Fourth Parade in Oswego.
The Fulton Noon Rotary Club also supports the activities of the Oswego County Reading Council.
Anyone interested in joining in the activities of the Fulton Rotary Club can call 593-1888 or 592-4486 for further information.