Optimist welcomes new member


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During the club’s regular meeting October 9, Vandalia-Butler Optimist Club President Matthew Neely was recognized for sponsoring one of the club’s newest members, Mark Schertzinger. Ann Morrissey, Optimist lieutenant governor, is pictured presenting Neely with a pin to commemorate his recruitment of Schertzinger, who serves as executive director of Brookhaven Retirement Community, Brookville.

During the club’s regular meeting October 9, Vandalia-Butler Optimist Club President Matthew Neely was recognized for sponsoring one of the club’s newest members, Mark Schertzinger. Ann Morrissey, Optimist lieutenant governor, is pictured presenting Neely with a pin to commemorate his recruitment of Schertzinger, who serves as executive director of Brookhaven Retirement Community, Brookville.


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VANDALIA — During the club’s regular meeting October 9, Vandalia-Butler Optimist Club President Matthew Neely was recognized for sponsoring one of the club’s newest members, Mark Schertzinger. Ann Morrissey, Optimist lieutenant governor, is pictured presenting Neely with a pin to commemorate his recruitment of Schertzinger, who serves as executive director of Brookhaven Retirement Community, Brookville.

The Vandalia-Butler Optimist Club, with its motto “Friend of Youth,” meets at noon Tuesdays at Celebrations II Banquet Center in Vandalia. Visit the club website for more information, www.vandalia-butleroptimistclub.org or find us on Facebook.

During the club’s regular meeting October 9, Vandalia-Butler Optimist Club President Matthew Neely was recognized for sponsoring one of the club’s newest members, Mark Schertzinger. Ann Morrissey, Optimist lieutenant governor, is pictured presenting Neely with a pin to commemorate his recruitment of Schertzinger, who serves as executive director of Brookhaven Retirement Community, Brookville.
https://www.vandaliadrummernews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2018/10/web1_Optimist.jpegDuring the club’s regular meeting October 9, Vandalia-Butler Optimist Club President Matthew Neely was recognized for sponsoring one of the club’s newest members, Mark Schertzinger. Ann Morrissey, Optimist lieutenant governor, is pictured presenting Neely with a pin to commemorate his recruitment of Schertzinger, who serves as executive director of Brookhaven Retirement Community, Brookville. Contributed photo

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