President Jim Corey

One of the highlights of Jim Corey’s regime as president of the club (1977-78) was the contribution the group made to the Clark County Library.  Under Jim’s leadership, “fine” money collected from the various members during the year was placed in a fund to provide books for the library, and some 200 books were placed on the shelves of the institution.  Each member’s name is on a nameplate of the book he purchased.  Jim was proud of the fun and fellowship that was generated during his term, and most of the donations, which had been made in previous years, were continued.

The club also provided a picture and plaque for the Maxwell Kelch Room at the Boy Scout headquarters in memory of the late Rotarian who devoted so much of his time to civic enterprises.

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