Congratulations to us. We won a Rotary Citation certificate.

So what is that, you ask. Rotary International has a list of 25 goals and each club that meets or exceeds 13 of those qualifies for the citation.
The goals are set each July by the incoming president and must be completed by the end of his or her one-year term.
“It is one of the highest honors and is proof of a club’s healthy vitality,” said past District 6310 governor Jeff Leipprandt (right) in presenting the certificate to 2021-2022 club president Dan McKune (left) at a recent meeting.
And while McKune was all smiles in accepting the certificate, he quickly said, “This this belongs to all of us.”
For a few of the goal examples, McKune had set a goal of three new members during his presidency and we signed on five. He had set a goal of $4,250 donated by members to the Rotary Foundation and we raised $5,000, part of which comes back to us in three years with project grant money.
And he set a goal of five service projects and we completed nine — with our 40 members turning in 300 volunteer hours.
We also participated in leadership development with members attending the annual district conference and district training sessions.
And our Facebook page won points for the use and impact on social media. Some of our posts reach 1,000 people — and 6,000 when boosted.