Service Above Self
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40651 Murrieta Hot Springs Road
Murrieta, CA 92562
Dozier, Palmer earn club recognition
Work above and beyond has earned Linda Dozier Murrieta's Rotarian of the Year award. In addition to directing the club's successful public relations program, she was deeply involved in the Field of Honor project, reinvigorating the 4-Way Test speech contest for high school kids, staging the vocational service awards program and immersing herself in many other of the organization's activities.
Pete Palmer, a past president of the club, received a special Service Above Self award for ongoing work on behalf of the club's goals. He served as treasurer this past year, ran on-site operations for the Field of Honor and chaired the Murrieta Through Time project, all while starting a new business.
The awards were among those presented by outgoing President Patsy Orr at the club's recent end-of-year luncheon.
(Pictured l-r are Linda Dozier, Patsy Orr and Pete Palmer.)
Club earns 19 year-end awards
Murrieta Rotary is ending its programming year this month, capping a successful 12 months of service that earned it a citation with distinction from the president of Rotary International.
The award was one of 19 the club received at the recent district conference recognizing its broad range of work. A citation from the district governor was among them. Coming in the form of distinctive patches club's attach to their banners, the awards honored work in all Rotary's major areas -- community, youth, international and vocational avenues of service as well as for its club communication efforts and membership growth.
Patsy Orr (pictured with hubby Al learning new dance steps during her demotion party) finished her term as leader of the 50-member club on June 30, when she handed the reins to new president Craig Carper and his team.