Press Release

New Officers and Directors Inducted

Tuesday, July 12, 2022 By: Barbara Jean Chamberlain-Skinner
Every year, from top to bottom, Rotary changes its leadership teams. Rotary International gets a new president. Changes are made at the regional and district levels. And all of the 46,000 local clubs around the world install new officers and directors.

And so it was with the Rotary Club of Parole (Annapolis). John Murkey, previous president of our club and 7620 District Governor, was the presiding officer at the July 12, 2022, meeting and installed 5 new officers and 5 new directors. Below is the slate of new officers and directors who will serve, lead and keep the Rotary wheel turning for our club during the next 12 months.

President                                                                            Prue Clendenning                           
President Elect                                                                  Gene Deems
Vice President                                                                   Alan Hay
Secretary                                                                             Tom Haffacker 
Treasurer                                                                            Ed Kumian
Director-Foundation                                                       Mike Roblyer
Director-Community Service                                       Jodi Hillmar
Director-Club Administration                                      Wendy Rhule    
Director-Youth Programs                                              Michelle Weisberger
Director-Public Relations                                              BJ Skinner
Immediate Past President                                            R. Scott Gregory

John reminded us of the words of Paul Harris written years ago, “This is a changing world; we must be prepared to change with it.  The story of Rotary will have to be rewritten again and again.” This is still true today, and he challenged our new president, Prue Clendening, in her key leadership role to meet these changes.

Prue, in her following remarks, vowed to meet the challenges ahead, and is looking forward to a successful year with the help of her fellow officers and directors.