Middlebury Rotary receives ‘Club of the Year’ award

MIDDLEBURY — The Rotary Clubs of Middlebury and Barre shared the 2016 District Governor Cup “Club of the Year” award presented at the recent District 7850 annual conference in Jay Peak.
District Gov. Louisa Tripp selected the Middlebury club for its flag project, which has grown to 350 flags displayed around town at five holidays; its $10,000 gift to the town of Middlebury to furnish the new municipal building’s conference room; its annual gala dinner, which brings together donors and community organizations supported by Rotary; and for significantly increasing its membership.
“We are pleased the District recognized the yearlong efforts of the club,” said President Geoff Conrad, general manager of the Middlebury Inn. “This has been a terrific year and under Ben Fuller’s leadership next year, we hope to do even more for the community.”
For information about becoming a member of the Rotary Club of Middlebury, see the website, www.ocmvermont.org, or contact membership chair Scott Needham at [email protected].

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