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Rotary Club officers
Dr. Windsor Eagle has taken office as president of the Salisbury Rotary Club, succeeding David Treme.
Eagle is principal of Salisbury High School.
Clay Lindsay is president-elect. Other officers are Sonny Carpenter, secretary; and Cynthia Thomas, treasurer.During the changing of the guard, Treme noted club highlights of the past year, including raising $7,600 for the Salvation Army and nearly $27,000 for the club’s scholarship trust. This year, the club awarded 19 scholarships, each worth $1,000.
Treme presented a Paul Harris Fellowship to Seamus Donaldson, who has been named a Distinguished Rotarian at the district level. The club received a bronze Distinguished Club Award.
Little Miss Poppy
Kaitlin Rose Crouch was crowned Little Miss Poppy for American Legion Auxiliary Miller-Russell Unit 112 in Rockwell. Kaitlin is the daughter of Richard and Linda Crouch of Rockwell and a rising seventh-grader at Erwin Middle School.
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