At the final meeting of the 2020-21 Rotary year on June 30, some 21 Archbold Rotarians were recognized for maintaining perfect attendance at the club’s weekly meetings.
That means they either attended each meeting in-person or virtually or made up missed meetings by making up through an on-line e-club, attending another club’s weekly meeting or participating in a Rotary event.
Dan McQuade has kept his perfect attendance streak going for 43 years with Bob Aschliman close behind at 41 years.
And, some of the club’s newest members — Jennie Gilroy, Trevor Fruth, Drew Cleaver and Karla Ball — were recognized with their one year perfect attendance pin. Among those recognized was a father and son.
Marc Fruth has 28 years of perfect attendance and his son Trevor has one year. Pictured (from left) are Trevor Fruth, Drew Cleaver, Marc Fruth, Bob Aschliman and Karla Ball.
Others with consecutive years of perfect attendance include: Kevin Morton, 28 years; Jeff Coressel, Chuck Lugbill and Lou Levy, 25 years; Cheryl Bostelman, 21 years; Artie Short and Ed Leininger, 19 years; Dale Kern, 16 years; Jodi Herman, 12 years; Kirk Weldy, 10 years; Barb Britenriker, 8 years; Eddie Partin, 6 years; and Royal Short and Caleb Brinegar, 3 years.
Source: The Village Reporter