Introduced by Deb Archer – May 6, 2015
Each year, our club selects one member to be recognized with Rotary International’s Avenues of Service Citation. Recipients are selected for their volunteer efforts carried out within all five avenues of service which are club, community, international, vocational and youth.
On May 6, Linda Baldwin was introduced as this year’s recipient.
Linda Baldwin joined our Rotary Club in 1992, and she recently retired after 23 years as associate publisher of Isthmus Publishing Company.
Linda has a long listing of volunteer activities within the five avenues of service. She has served on our Member Development, Rotary Information, Strategic Planning, SummerPalooza and Vocational Opportunities Committees. She has served as chaired of our Ethics Symposium, Rotary News, Marketing and Communications and Rotary International Projects and Programs Committees. She also co-chaired our Centennial Planning Committee, a committee that developed community and club activities to celebrate our club’s milestone anniversary in 2013. She is also involved in many of our fellowship group activities.
Linda has helped our club accomplish a great deal over these past 23 years. We are indebted to Linda and thank her for her Service Above Self efforts.