Published 12:00 am Sunday, July 15, 2007

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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