Thursday, July 9, 2009

Rotary power handover

On Wednesday evening, July 8, Eagan Rotary club's past president, Beth Sawicki, turned over the club's framed charter certificate to the very happy and eager new club president. Many of the 70 club members and their spouses enjoyed dinner at the Eagan Community Center which was followed by a program.


Do you recognize the new president?

13 comments:

  1. Congratulations to you, Mr. President,- all the way from Norway!

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  2. Congratulations to the new president, whom I don't recognize but I must be forgiven for my ignorance as I am not American :-))

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  3. Thank you very much for your words, I am pleased that you liked my blog and work. Your diary is very interesting. Regards.

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  4. Congratulations, Mr. President! :-)

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  5. Is that you?

    Congratulations!! How did you get involved with the Roatary club? Sounds like a nice thing to do with your spare time.

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  6. Is that why they call it Rotary - the presidency keeps rotating around?

    Who's the gentleman on the right? Could that be...no...is that...omigod, it is - Safe Leif!!!!

    Just kidding witcha. Congrats, and I'm sure you'll spin your wheels like a good rotator!

    Nice photo!

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  7. Is that YOU?????
    CONGRATULATIONS!!!

    (Do they know that their new President has a big problem with the Alphabet, not being able to distinguish between an «I» and a «Y»??? Oh Dear...)

    ;)

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  8. Namaskara, the new Pesident

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  9. Now I can prodly "skryta" with a president in the US as a relativ, I tried with Ryne Sandburg but noone here in Sweden nows who he is......

    Sorry for all spelling errors......

    Berit

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