District Governor visits Rotary


The Madison Rotary Club was pleased to have Rotary District 7550 Governor Cecil Varney, right, at their Thursday meeting. He was accompanied by Assistant District Governor Walter Hall, left. They were welcomed by Madison Rotary Club President Nada Woodie. During his presentation Governor Varney talked about District plans for the 2015-16 club year, and gave the local Rotarians some suggestions concerning community projects. He praised the Madison club for the good work they do, both locally and the contributions to Rotary International. Governor Varney is a graduate of Stetson University College of Law and has been a practicing attorney in Williamson for 36 years. He has been a Rotarian since 1968, and is president of the Williamson Rotary Club. One who believes in giving back to his community, Governor Varney is a Boy Scout scoutmaster, active in the Tug Valley Arts Council, director of the Choral society, past director of the Matewan Community Band, and an Elder in the First Presbyterian Church of Williamson.


The Madison Rotary Club was pleased to have Rotary District 7550 Governor Cecil Varney, right, at their Thursday meeting. He was accompanied by Assistant District Governor Walter Hall, left. They were welcomed by Madison Rotary Club President Nada Woodie. During his presentation Governor Varney talked about District plans for the 2015-16 club year, and gave the local Rotarians some suggestions concerning community projects. He praised the Madison club for the good work they do, both locally and the contributions to Rotary International. Governor Varney is a graduate of Stetson University College of Law and has been a practicing attorney in Williamson for 36 years. He has been a Rotarian since 1968, and is president of the Williamson Rotary Club. One who believes in giving back to his community, Governor Varney is a Boy Scout scoutmaster, active in the Tug Valley Arts Council, director of the Choral society, past director of the Matewan Community Band, and an Elder in the First Presbyterian Church of Williamson.

The Madison Rotary Club was pleased to have Rotary District 7550 Governor Cecil Varney, right, at their Thursday meeting. He was accompanied by Assistant District Governor Walter Hall, left. They were welcomed by Madison Rotary Club President Nada Woodie. During his presentation Governor Varney talked about District plans for the 2015-16 club year, and gave the local Rotarians some suggestions concerning community projects. He praised the Madison club for the good work they do, both locally and the contributions to Rotary International. Governor Varney is a graduate of Stetson University College of Law and has been a practicing attorney in Williamson for 36 years. He has been a Rotarian since 1968, and is president of the Williamson Rotary Club. One who believes in giving back to his community, Governor Varney is a Boy Scout scoutmaster, active in the Tug Valley Arts Council, director of the Choral society, past director of the Matewan Community Band, and an Elder in the First Presbyterian Church of Williamson.
http://coalvalleynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Rotary-guest-District-Gov.-Cecil-Varney-with-Nada-Woodie.jpgThe Madison Rotary Club was pleased to have Rotary District 7550 Governor Cecil Varney, right, at their Thursday meeting. He was accompanied by Assistant District Governor Walter Hall, left. They were welcomed by Madison Rotary Club President Nada Woodie. During his presentation Governor Varney talked about District plans for the 2015-16 club year, and gave the local Rotarians some suggestions concerning community projects. He praised the Madison club for the good work they do, both locally and the contributions to Rotary International. Governor Varney is a graduate of Stetson University College of Law and has been a practicing attorney in Williamson for 36 years. He has been a Rotarian since 1968, and is president of the Williamson Rotary Club. One who believes in giving back to his community, Governor Varney is a Boy Scout scoutmaster, active in the Tug Valley Arts Council, director of the Choral society, past director of the Matewan Community Band, and an Elder in the First Presbyterian Church of Williamson.
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