On January 18, 2017

Ludlow Rotary celebrates 90 years

LUDLOW—At its first luncheon meeting in January this year, the Ludlow Rotary Club (LRC) celebrated its 90th birthday. The club was founded in January, 1927.
LRC President Tesha Buss said, “In 90 years, we’ve been able to do a lot to help individuals and groups in the Ludlow area as well as numerous national and international projects such as polio eradication and support for those suffering from natural disasters.” She noted that recent projects of the LRC have benefitted the Cavendish Recreation Department, the Star Lake facility in Mt. Holly, and FOLA (Friends of Ludlow Auditorium) in Ludlow. Buss said that additional plans are being developed by the LRC to continue the celebration of 90 years of “Service above Self,” Rotary’s motto, during the year.
LRC meets for lunch on most Tuesdays at 12:15 p.m. at DJ’s Restaurant  in Ludlow. The LRC is small and is always looking to welcome new members. Buss added, “While we concentrate on helping others in so many different ways, we have never forgotten how to have some fun as well.” Join them for some fun.

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