Greenfield’s President Brad Herndon and President-Elect Jeannine Gray were excited to represent their club at the April Greenfield Area Chamber of Commerce annual dinner. The club had been one of three organizations nominated for the Non-Profit of the Year award. Brad says, “Thanks to the hard work and dedicated commitment of our club to our community, the Rotary Club of Greenfield received the 2017 Non-Profit of the Year award. While Jeannine and I were very happy to receive the award on behalf of all our members, the club was well represented with 14 Rotarians attending the event. Our members serve in so many ways throughout the community.” Another Greenfield member, Deby Lowe was the recipient of the Chambers’ “Community Hero Award” that evening as well. Congratulations to all!
Rotary Club of Greenfield is Honored
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