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    The extra-large gavel represents the responsibility invested in the Rotary Club President, in this case Corey Jones.

    “Building a strong Rotary through our clubs requires strong clubs. Rotary membership is the clubs. If one pronounces membership differently, it becomes member ship. It sounds like a vessel. And Rotary has 35,000 plus club vessels sailing in the Rotary ocean. Some of these vessels are big, others are small. But they hove one thing in common. There is only one captain on each vessel, the club president. Rotary needs strong leadership. Leadership is an action not a position.” Past Rotary International President Wilhelm Stenhammar

    Good luck Corey. You are up to the task. Rotary: Making a Difference – Governor Bob

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