21 July, 2023
Clubs celebrate new year of service
MAREEBA Rotary held their changeover recently with Caitlin Murray handing the reigns over to new president Chantelle Pedersen.
In her time as president, Ms Pedersen hopes to help build a stronger more vibrant community group that will take on new challenges and projects as much as they can.
“I look forward to working together with members toward building a stronger, more vibrant community and creating hope in the world,” she said.
“I’d like to extend my gratitude to outgoing president Caitlin Murray for her service and thank my incoming board directors for embracing planning of projects and initiatives for the upcoming Rotary year.”
Ms Murray said she welcomed Ms Pedersen into the new role with open arms and reflected on her time as president in 2021/22.
“Over my past year as President we have had some marvellous events from the Cardiac Challenge, Wheelbarrow Race to our FNQ Field Days,” she said.
“The efforts our club and surrounds has put it its remarkable each year, the family value we hold and the unity we have.
“I am more than happy to welcome arms to new President Chantelle and wish her all the best and know she has passion and ideas for her year. I look forward for the future of our club and the goals we have ready to check.”