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Membership Chair Don Traylor addresses the 4 members.
Membership Chair Don Traylor addresses the 4 members.
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At last week’s Rotary Club meeting, Lafayette Animal Control Officer Tom Dallas gave an overview of the new laws taking effect on January 1, 2015, concerning animal control in the city of Lafayette. To contact Dallas call the Lafayette Police Dept. at 666-4725 and ask for Animal Control.


Rotarian Don Traylor recognized the two longest serving members of the club, as well as the two newest members, at Wednesdays meeting. Retired attorney Jon Wells, with 46 years of service, retired banker Charlie Darnell, with 41 years, and local real estate broker Greg White, with Ben Bray Real Estate and Auction Co., and Dr. Kimberly Hale, with Aspire Youth Center, both with less than 1 year in the club, were all recognized and told the club a bit about their respective histories.


The Rotary club is a service organization devoted to various projects supporting the community-at-large, including Makin’ Macon Fit, the Macon County 3rd Graders Dictionary Initiative, Boy Scouts, the Macon County High School Interact Club and the Junior High Interact Club, as well as scholarships. For more information on your local club you can call president Amy Phelps at 615-666-2151. Like ‘Rotary Club of Lafayette, TN’ on Facebook.


 
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