OSWEGO, NY – On Thursday, the Oswego Sunrise Rotary Club held its annual changing of the guard meeting.
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Advancing for the year 2010-2011 were Jim Russell to vice president, Michelle McGrath to president elect, and Carol Reed to president.
Awards for attendance and participation were given to members of the club.
Five members achieved perfect attendance: George Reed 36 years, Carol Reed 8, Cindy Tascarella 7, Lisa Shaw 5 and Sharon Baker 1.
Sharon thanked all of the members that helped with her projects.
She mentioned projects completed during her term including â€œBlankets for Babies,â€ fundraising, walks for Autism, Fort Ontario trail cleanup, and top 50.