Tesha Buss takes gavel at Ludlow Rotary; BRGNS offers school supplies program

Changing of the gavel 2 6 2016

Bret Harlow, left, and Tesha Buss

The Ludlow Rotary Club continued its tradition of “changing of the gavel” at its recent meeting to honor Bret Harlow, the retiring president of the club, and Tesha Buss, the incoming president.

Harlow took the opportunity to thank the many Rotarians who had helped him during his term.  Harlow’s parents, David and Marjorie Harlow, were guests at the proceedings that honored their son.

Harlow presented special awards to show his appreciation to several Ludlow Rotarians including:

  • Mary K. Crowley, The Quiet Rotarian Awards, for membership,
  • Kimberly Benson Lampert for Service Above Self and
  • James Rumrill for Youth Exchange.

The Ludlow Rotary Club meets at 12:15 p.m. Tuesdays for lunch at DJ’s Restaurant, 146 Main St., in Ludlow. More information about Ludlow Rotary Club may be found at its web site, www.ludlowrotary.com and on its Facebook page.

BRGNS offers Back to School Program

Black River Good Neighbor Services provides school supplies to children whose families might not otherwise be able to afford them. If you know of a child who is returning to school who needs supplies and whose family may find such purchases difficult or impossible, call Audrey at 802-228-3663, or stop by the BRGNS thrift store at 37B Main St. in Ludlow.

For those who can donate school supplies and/or new backpacks, or money for BRGNS to buy them, bring them to the BRGNS thrift store. Store hours are Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. BRGNS is a 501(c)(3) charity.

For more information, call Audrey at 802-228-3663.

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