Noon Rotary honors members |

Noon Rotary honors members

The Truckee Rotary Club honored two community members for outstanding vocational service at the club’s Annual Awards Banquet recently.

Ron Kato was honored for his work to establish the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program and Jeff Sparksworthy for his dedication to the KidZone.

Linda Brown, Ruth Frishman and Bill Palmer were presented Paul Harris Fellowships for their ongoing dedication to community service.

Steve Randall was presented with the outstanding member award for his work on many projects this past year, including the chair of the crab feed fund-raiser. Randall has been a member of Noon Rotary for 18 years and was also presented a pin for perfect attendance during that tenure.

At the banquet, the club’s new board was introduced and incoming president of the club Andy Otto was sworn-in by outgoing president Eric Sutton.

Otto introduced his board of Alan Harry, president-elect, Ruth Frishman, treasurer, Andy Holmer, secretary and Eric Sutton, past president.

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