The Rotary Club of Madison recently recognized Mitch Javid for bringing so many new members to our Rotary Club. At our meeting on September 24, Mitch was honored by the Member Development Committee. Committee chair Joanna Burish announced the creation of the Mitch Javid Award which will be presented annually to the club member who sponsors the most new members over a three-year period. The first recipient was Mitch Javid.
During his 46 years in Rotary, Mitch has brought more than 200 potential new members to a Rotary luncheon. He has sponsored 56 new members and co-sponsored an additional 10. As Mitch says, “I love Rotary. It is very dear to me. I believe in it and so I want to share it with other good people. Rotarians should look for the top people in every field, get to know them and talk Rotary with them.”
Mitch with Club President Stadelman
President Tim Stadelman presented Mitch with a certificate in recognition of this award. We congratulate Mitch on receiving this award recognition and thank him for his continuing efforts on behalf of Rotary.
Mitch’s grandson, Nathaniel, helped arrange the surprise and was at the luncheon to witness the presentation.