The Plainview Rotary Club engaged in multiple celebrations Tuesday. With presentation of Paul Harris recognitions to four members, the club achieved a milestone in contributions to the Rotary Foundation by reaching $400,433 in total contributions. Membership achievements were recognized, and the upcoming 110th birthday of Rotary was celebrated.
Photo "David Kopp congratulates Max Browning": Max Browning (r) received his Paul Harris plus 7 pin from past president David Kopp.
Photo "Janice Payne Serves": The Plainview Rotary Club has exceeded $400,000 in total contributions to the Rotary Foundation and celebrated with a special cake at their meeting on February 3, 2015. Janice Payne, Plainview Rotary member and past president of the Greater Fort Worth Rotary Club, served the cake. The cake also recognized the 110th anniversary of the founding of Rotary by Paul Harris on February 23, 1905, in Chicago, Illinois.
Photo "Leslie Gattis Recognizes Ted Baker": Plainview Rotary Membership Chair Leslie Gattis presented President Ted Baker with a Level 2 Membership Pin. Ted has sponsored two new members this year.
Photo "Paul Harris Recognitions": Four Plainview Rotarians were recognized for their contributions to the Rotary Foundation. From left to right, Jay Givens presents Ted Baker a PH+1 pin, Ron Hanby receives a PH+3 pin from Janice Payne, Don Book receives a PH+3 pin from Steve Long, and David Kopp presents Max Browning a PH+7 pin. Lydia Castillo (standing), Foundation Chair, presides while President Elect Stan DeMerritt (seated left) and Club Secretary Brandon Ahrens (seated right) enjoys the presentations.