The Rotary year runs from July 1 to June 30, and Rotary Club of Quesnel held its installation event on June 28 to swear in it’s 2018/19 president, officers, and directors. From left: director Debbie Wiens, secretary Titi Kunkel, vice-president Bev Haluschak, director Kyle Roche, past-president Sandra Lewis, treasurer Rebecca MacPherson, president-elect Simon Turner, and president Petrie Neave. Second from the right is assistant governor Lori Macala, who conducted the formalities. Contributed photo Missing: Directors Connie Wheatley, Diane Rogers, and Randy Gatza

New Rotary president, officers sworn in

Quesnel Rotary Club brings in new executive for 2018/19 year

The Rotary year runs from July 1 to June 30, and Rotary Club of Quesnel held its installation event on June 28 to swear in it’s 2018/19 president, officers, and directors.

From left: director Debbie Wiens, secretary Titi Kunkel, vice-president Bev Haluschak, director Kyle Roche, past-president Sandra Lewis, treasurer Rebecca MacPherson, president-elect Simon Turner, and president Petrie Neave. Second from the right is assistant governor Lori Macala, who conducted the formalities. Contributed photo Missing: Directors Connie Wheatley, Diane Rogers, and Randy Gatza

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