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Rotarians Hear About Work In Bosnia

OSWEGO – The Oswego Sunrise Rotary Club recently welcomed Mark Eikost.

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From left are: Mark Eikost, Katie Pagliaroli of the Sunrise Rotary Club and Jim Cloonan, president of the club.

He is an international worker in Bosnia.

Eikost serves as a team leader, home group leader, preacher and English language instructor at an outreach center in Sarajevo.

He and his wife, Kathy, are also active in helping a local couple establish a church in the village of Vareš.