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7/29/2014 11:36:00 AM
Fritsinger new Williams Rotary Club president
Williams Rotary Club officers for the coming year are from left: Treasurer Mike Dulay, Past President Brian Prager, Secretary Dale Cureton, President Craig Fritsinger, Vice-President Anna Dick and Sergeant-at-Arms Allan Duncan. Doug Wells/WGCN
Williams Rotary Club officers for the coming year are from left: Treasurer Mike Dulay, Past President Brian Prager, Secretary Dale Cureton, President Craig Fritsinger, Vice-President Anna Dick and Sergeant-at-Arms Allan Duncan. Doug Wells/WGCN
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. - Past Williams Rotary Club President Brian Prager turned the President's gavel over to Craig Fritsinger during an evening dinner gathering of members and guests.

Fritsinger thanked Prager for his leadership, hard work and dedication to Rotary over the past year.

"Brian has done a great job this past year. It has been fun working with him in service to our community. I plan to carry on the many projects Rotary does and look forward to working with all members in the coming year," Fritsinger said.

Other officers for the coming year are Treasurer Mike Dulay, Secretary Dale Cureton, Vice-President Anna Dick, and Sergeant-at-Arms Allan Duncan.

Kevin and Shirley Young played host to the event at the Canyon Motel and RV Park. Tom Kennelly from Doc Holiday's Steakhouse and Saloon catered the event.

Rotary is an international service club comprised of business men and women volunteering their time and money on local community and worldwide humanitarian projects.

The Williams Club main service project is providing scholarships to Williams High School graduating seniors.

The club will put on its annual Western Auction Scholarship Fundraiser October 25.


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Posted: Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Article comment by: Misty Circle

Wow. This towns leadership is scarier and scarier.



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