Rotary Club of Salisbury installs new president

Salisbury Independent
Posted 7/10/24

SALISBURY — The Rotary Club of Salisbury recently announced that B.J. (Elizabeth) Summers will be its 2024-2025 president.

The new president will lead a 105-year-old, 90-member …

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Rotary Club of Salisbury installs new president

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SALISBURY — The Rotary Club of Salisbury recently announced that B.J. (Elizabeth) Summers will be its 2024-2025 president.

The new president will lead a 105-year-old, 90-member community-based organization whose mission is service to others. Summers takes the gavel from Immediate Past President Ernie Colburn.

Summers has been a member of the Rotary Club since 2015 and has served on the board of directors, the board of directors of the Rotary Club of Salisbury Foundation, Inc., the Three Point Initiative Committee, Flags for Heroes Committee, and the club’s Scholarship Committee.

Summers has also served as a volunteer for other Rotary Activities, such as Meals on Wheels, Mission of Mercy, the Fresh Start back-to-school program, and the September 6, 2024 “A Round for the Community” golf outing.

She retired from the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore in 2021 as the Director of Development and Donor Relations. She continues to stay involved with the Foundation by serving on its Executive Committee for the “Women’s Fund”, a foundation program that provides funding to local non-profit organizations whose missions are to improve the lives of underserved women and girls.

She also is a member of the Community Foundation’s Scholarship Selection Committee.

The Rotary Club of Salisbury said it welcomes new members interested in fellowship, fun, and helping their community. Contact Ginnie Malone at 410-251-6188 or gmalone@cbmove.com to learn more or visit www.rotarysalisbury.org. The club meets weekly on Thursday evenings for dinner at the Rotary Scout and Community Center along Riverside Drive near Salisbury.

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