Kerrville Morning Rotary President, Mike Hunter (l), assisted by Randy McClay (r) officially present 2014-15 Presidential Citation to Past-President, Ray Buck (c).

Kerrville Morning Rotary Honored with Presidential Citation
Past Rotary District 5840 Governor, Jan Livingston, recently presented a Presidential Citation to Kerrville Morning Rotary for the 2014-15 year. In the absence of the club president, the award was received by club Rotary Foundation Chair, Randy McClay. Current president, Mike Hunter, formally presented the award to past president, Ray Buck, on July 16, 2015.
The 2014-2015 Presidential Citation recognizes Rotary clubs for an array of achievements that promote membership growth, enhance humanitarian service through the Rotary Foundation, and strengthen Rotary’s network through the family of Rotary.
“It’s an honor to be recognized for the service this club provided locally and internationally last year. We’re blessed to have excellent members who are servant-leaders in our community,” said Ray Buck.
"Upon my returning from Rotary presidential training in mid-spring, Ray was very helpful in making the transition to the next Rotary year possible. All information and board decisions were available to me as we planned the 2015-2016 year. We’re maintaining a number of service projects that Ray and previous presidents have embraced in the past. Again this year, Kerrville Morning Rotary will donate dictionaries to third graders in area schools, issue scholarships to both traditional high school students and non-traditional students, support K'Star, Christian Alliance Ministry, Families & Literacy, Inc., Christian Women's Job Corps, Ingram Tom Moore Interact Club, Salvation Army bell ringing and Covenant Academy Early Act First Knight program to name a few," said current president, Mike Hunter.
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