Rogue Gateway wins multiple awards at district conference

Rogue Gateway came home with numerous awards from the 2016 Rotary District 5110 Conference, held May 5-8 in Bend.

The club won the Rotary International Presidential Citation and the District Governor’s Award by meeting criteria that included setting and meeting multiple goals, achieving a net gain in membership, completing community service projects, and gi

PR Team

The Public Relations team (from left), Margaret Bradford, Steve Roe, and Janie Duewel, were recognized for Outstanding Facebook Page, Website and Newsletter.

ving to The Rotary Foundation. The club also won the District Governor’s Award, was named an Outstanding Small Club, and President Greg Fishwick received an award for Outstanding Small Club President.

The club was recognized for Outstanding Facebook Page, Outstanding Website and Outstanding Bulletin/Newsletter. Janie Duewel is responsible for the club’s Facebook page, Margaret Bradford for the website, and Steve Roe for “The Navigator,” the club’s newsletter.

Other Rogue Gateway club members recognized at the conference were Assistant District Governor Gina Marie Agosta, whose leadership lead to all four clubs in Josephine County winning multiple awards; Steve Roe, who graduated from the District Leadership Academy; and Doug Walker, who put together a gift basket with the help of other club members, which was auctioned at the conference for over $300.

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President-elect Doug Walker photo bombs Club President Greg Fishwick as he shows off his award for Outstanding Small Club President.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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