Rotary Club of Winters
On Saturday June 29, the Rotary Club of Winters celebrated its annual Demotion Night celebrating the many successes Todd Cutler’s time as President. More than three dozen members and their spouses gathered on the back lawn of Field & Pond, a local event venue the owners donated to the Club.
During the dinner, John Donlevy highlighted elements of the past year, including donating a book to each elementary school student, cleaning up the“Welcome to Winters” sign, re-painting the US map at Waggoner, and improving internal membership and foundation structures, among others.
Capping off the evening was the passing of the gavel from Cutler to Chris Kelsch, Executive Director of Winters Healthcare, to lead the Club into the 2019/2020 year.
Newly minted President Kelsch kicked off his year with a speech touching on this year’s Rotary International theme of “Rotary Connects the World” and how the Club can do more together than as individuals.
“I am excited to build upon the legacy that Past-President Todd is leaving behind. Our club and its foundation are in the best shape ever.” Said Kelsch.
The Rotary Club of Winters has a 501(c)3 foundation and is a social club that meets on Thursdays at noon at the Buckhorn. People interested in learning more can visit facebook.com/WintersRotary]]>