Hope Through Service

Rotary provides many opportunities for local and international service.  Meaningful community service is born out of a passion for humanity.  As Rotarians, we must never take our position to serve for granted.  The world needs individuals that are willing to give a helping hand and keep burning issues of civil injustice, business and economic development and environmental concerns at the forefront.  Through weekly luncheons and fellowships with members of the business, civic and academic fields we are in a position to make a difference and change lives for the better.  There is hope for our community as long as caring individuals are willing to serve.

Throughout my term on the Board of Directors and as Club President, I have worked to spark our interest in public affairs that will motivate us to produce positive change for the community we serve.  It has been an honor to serve as President of the Rotary Club of Madison.  I look forward to an effective and prosperous new century for our club and a wonderful fresh beginning from our highly competent and visionary President Renee Moe.

Yours In Service, Wes Sparkman, Club President, 2012-13

3 responses to “Hope Through Service

  1. Well said Wes. Well said. And in repayment for your service, you are sure to have a lot of fun Wednesday.

  2. Donna Beestman

    Thank you for your leadership this year, Wes! And thanks for this message and your previous posts.
    I am out of town and will miss the roast this Wednesday, but it should be filled with fun and affection. My best to you.

  3. Wes, hats off to you for a fine year as President! It was great to see you lead among the many accomplished past Rotary Presidents with the support of Pat and Jayne. This club does many great things and I am proud to be a part of it.

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