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Cahill, Waynesboro Rotary Club recognized

September 04, 2010
  • From left, Rotary District Gov. Bill Wylie, Vince Cahill, and Vince's wife, Claire Hunter.
Submitted photo,

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Rotary District Gov. Bill Wylie of District 7350 visited the Rotary Club of Waynesboro, Pa., Aug. 24.

Wylie recognized the club as a "flagship club that is a model to other clubs in our district."

He continued by recognizing the service that the club provides to the local community, including its work mentoring high school students, sponsorship of students to the Rotary Youth Leadership training at Juniata College, participation in Youth Study Exchange, distribution of dictionaries to third-graders in the Waynesboro School District and its continued support for polio eradication around the world.

Wylie also recognized the ongoing commitment by the club to provide college scholarships to several students each year in the Waynesboro area.

Wylie also honored Vince Cahill with a lifetime membership in the "International Fellowship of Rotarian Musicians" for his Service Above Self and continued devotion to the Rotary Youth Exchange program and his support of music within the local club and the community at large.

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The International Fellowship of Rotarian Musicians was founded in 1972 to promote and encourage the use and appreciation of music in society and to encourage world understanding through music. As part of his award, Cahill was also invited to sing in New Orleans as part of the World Chorus at the Rotary International Convention in May 2011.

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