District Governor Visits Andover Club

The Andover Rotary Club held an unusual fourth meeting of the month in July - but for good reason, as District Governor Dean Kennedy was in town to visit. In addition to his meeting with the Rotarians, he also held a short visit with the Board of Directors to visit about the upcoming year.

Kennedy gave a general discussion about Rotary, and said that his goal is for every Rotarian to dream and in turn accomplish our dreams.

The Governor was complimentary of the Rotary Club of Andover in particular for supporting the RYLA Camp, which takes place in his home town of Winfield each year. He also visited with local Rotarians about the polio, and the fifteen cases that have identified this year.

Kennedy stated that every Rotarian can make a difference by donating a minimum of $26.50, which was the first amount given in 1917.

The next meeting of the Andover Rotary Club will be this Thursday at Noon, at the Hereford House meeting room of Terradyne Country Club.

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In affiliation with Rotary International, Rotary Club of Andover (RCA) is a group of passionate business and professional members who coordinate our collective experience, career skills and enthusiasm to improve our community through meaningful service projects. It sounds all too familiar, but having fun while doing those things is the ARC differentiator. After all, nobody said making a difference couldn’t be fun. We meet on the first three Thursdays of the month (and the fifth Thursday when there is one) at noon at Terradyne Country Club in Andover. We share a delicious buffet lunch together while having an informative program, usually with a guest speaker from the community.