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Rotary Club of Sulphur Springs Meets for Voting and Helmets

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At the weekly meeting of the Sulphur Springs Rotary Club, voting for the Board of Directors and Officers for 2017-2018 took place. Newly elected Officers take their position in July.  President Neva Mohesky said the club now has 77 Members.

Remodeling at First United Methodist Church continues. The space allotted for the meeting was a bit crowded, but that did not dampen the lively crowd.

In addition to the business at hand, a presentation on helmets, and why they should be worn more by everyone was given by recently transferred member Stan Kent.

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