Cambridge Rotary holds installation of officers

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Rotary Past President Susan Todd swears in the newly-elected officers and board of the Rotary Club of Cambridge at a Horn Point picnic. Pictured from left: Susan Todd, past president; Amy Craig, secretary; Trevor Carouge, vice president; Allen Nelson, treasurer; Judy Prahl, president; Jeff Hubbard, board member. Not in picture are board members Kurt Riehl, Phil Reed, JoAnn Hansen and Ed Connelly.

CAMBRIDGE — The Rotary Club of Cambridge recently held its installation dinner (picnic) at the pavilion of Horn Point. During the “Changing of the Guard,” Allen Nelson, immediate past president, was recognized for his year as president. He thanked the Club for the support they gave in the many projects that were accomplished.

After being sworn in, Judy Prahl, president, introduced her family who travelled from Colorado. She, also, spoke about some of her goals for the year and thanked those present for attending.

Rotarians sworn in were; Judy Prahl, president; Trevor Carouge, vice president; Allen Nelson, treasurer; Amy Craig, secretary; Board members: Jeff Hubbard, Phil Reed, Kurt Riehl, JoAnn Hansen and Ed Connelly.

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Judy Prahl was installed as the 2015-16 President of the Rotary Club of Cambridge. Sharing in her special occasion were family from Colorado. Front row, from left: Judy Prahl, Rotary Club of Cambridge president; Dylan Hopper, grandson. Back: Brianna Hopper, granddaughter; Dennis Hopper, son-in-law; Kelly Hopper, daughter; not pictured Chuck Prahl, father-in-law; and Mary Prahl, mother-in-law.

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