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More exciting club news from last night’s Interact Pinning Ceremony. Rotary District 7500 Governor Diane Rotondelli addressed the attendees and made a surprise presentation to our own Diamond Frandsen, who is also the Rotary District 7500 Public Image Director. Diamond was awarded the “N. William Skidmore Club Service Award”. This Rotary District Award is presented annually to the Rotarian that best exemplifies their commitment to their club and the ideals of Rotary in their club, and throughout the district.  Thank you Diamond for the many hats that you wear, and all that you do for our club and the district.