• Dublin Rotarians Serve City Employees

    Michael Haley, right, was one of several Rotarians who help prepare and serve a hamburger dinner to the employees of the City of Dublin at an appreciation party at the Dublin city pool on Tuesday.

    In adition to games in the swimming pool, horseshoes and washer contests also entertained the city employees and their families.

    Supt. Rodney Schneider was front and center, along with Joe Horn and Ronnie Horton, as Rotarians slaves over a hot grill to prepare hamburgers for city employees at an appreciation party in their honor.

    Mary Yantis, president of the Dublin Historical Society, presents Ike Wade with a plaque of appreciation for the many years he donated his services as treasurer and bookkeeper for the historical organization. He has recently turned those responsibilities over to Jill Ricks who is with BMY in Dublin.

    The society also presented gift certificates to Wade and to Mrs. Ricks who now serves as historical society treasurer. Shown at right is Gus Martin, a member of the historical society board. The surprise presentation took place when several members of the historical society board “barged into” the Lions Club installation banquet at B’s BBQ. Also present was Wade’s wife, Patty Hirst-Wade, and society board members Willard Mann, James Smith and Karen Wright.

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