Rotary Youth Exchange Student Returns to Japan

The North Coast Rotary Club has hosted a youth exchange from Japan for the 2015-2016 school year.  Nobu is returning to his home in Japan.  On his last day he said, “I’m not sure if I’m leaving home or returning home!”  Rotarians and friends met at Buffalo Wild Wings in Avon Lake to say “bon voyage”.

Saying Goodbye to Nobu 2 Saying Goodbye to Nobu 1

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Sapori’s hosts Rotary Induction and Recognition Ceremony

North Coast Rotary Club members, Rotarians, their families and friends gathered to welcome the new leadership team and to recognize several people who have strongly contributed to the Rotary Club’s initiatives.

After enjoying dinner at Sapori’s restaurant in Avon Lake, the Club recognized Kristin and Michael Kral with a Family and Community Service Award.  The Kral family including their daughter Kenzie, have helped with the Rotary Youth Exchange program for the past year.

Family and Community Service Award

Mike Kral has also assisted North Coast Rotary by his work on our website, and various promotional communications.  Congratulations to Michael and Kristin Kral!

 

New Leadership Team July 2016 – June 2017

The North Coast Rotary Club said “goodbye” to past president Linda Rakvic, who has moved out of the area.  The new Leadership Team was inducted by Rotary District 6600 Chief of Staff, Tony Cuevas.  Taking office was Jinnyn Tata – President, John Crooks – President-elect and Vice President, Matthew Knotts – Vice President-elect and President Nominee, Treasurer Larry Calabrese, Deputy Treasurer Robert Scott, Foundation Administrative Coordinator Mark Musial and Secretary Mary Crehore.

Induction