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Rotary launches in Broken Bow

April 30, 2012

A new Rotary Club is in the process of being chartered in Broken Bow. The Club needed 25 members to form and the magic number has been reached, but there is room for more. The cutoff date to be a Charter member is May 1. If you are interested in learning about Rotary contact any of the board members pictured: front row from left, Vice President Doug Campbell, President Jason Stephens and Director Mike Steckler; back row, Past President Deb McCaslin, Treasurer Michelle Zlomke, Secretary Janet Loughran and Director Sandy Priest. Not pictured is Director Melissa Larson. Rotary’s mission statement is “Service Above Self.” The organization will be meeting Tuesday from 12 - 1 p.m. May 1 at Huckleberry’s Hideout and invites all prospective members to attend. One Charter member will win two seats on the Rotary Bus for the Big Red Blowout Sept. 22.

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