Formative meeting of the new Vanderhoof Rotary Club held last week

Interested individuals can get in touch with Roy Spooner at the Salvation Army

There is a new rotary club in the works in Vanderhoof.

The first formative meeting of the Rotary Club of Vanderhoof was held on May 29 at noon in North Country Inn.

Roy Spooner, community ministries supervisor for the Salvation Army in a news release stated there was an active and successful Rotary Club in Vanderhoof for many years that ceased operation a few years ago.

“A group of local business people and professionals have discussed restarting Rotary in Vanderhoof now… The initial focus of the new Rotary Club in Vanderhoof will be to identify opportunities for a group of men and women to undertake service projects that contribute to making our wonderful community even better,” stated the news release.

More to come.

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