Rotary Westshore elects new board

West Shore Chamber of Commerce executive new president

Ready for another year of offering service and fundraising efforts to the community, the Rotary Club of Westshore has elected its new board.

Lindsay Wilson takes over as president for 2014-15, while Teresa Sutherland was named president-elect and will assume the duties for 2015-16 next summer.

Other executive members are treasurer Bob Campbell, secretary Skip Triplett, past-president Harold McNabb and president-elect nominee Donald Rugg. Other directors include Vicky Grabb (Foundation), Dale Collins, George Kogan and Brian Davison (community & international service); Annette Quan, Tim Stevens and McNabb (club service) and Bill Bull (sergeant-at-arms).

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