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July 22, 2002 – Rotary Club of St. Thomas II has installed a new president and board members for the 2002-2003 year.
The new president is St. Thomas attorney Tom Bolt, who has been a Rotary member since 1984. Managing attorney of the Tom Bolt & Associates firm, he is also president of the V.I. Bar Association, past president of the Friends of the St. Thomas Public Libraries, and chairman of the V.I. Uniform Law Commission, said a release.
Board members attending the installation included Cheryl George-Chance, president elect; Fitzgerald Rowe, vice president; Susan MacFarland-Helton, Secretary; Merle Kiture-Morgan, treasurer; Beris Lynch, sergeant at arms; and Archie Ogden, immediate past president.
New members of the board of directors include Ray Barry, Bill Bolton, Erva Denham, Valerie George, Patricia McCoy, Ron Sherwood, Carolyn Smith, Clarence Thomas, and Anette Williams.
In his installation address, Bolt noted the Rotary International theme, "Sow the Seeds of Love," and said the St. Thomas group will do its part. "There are so many … in need of Rotary's service. We will be there to answer that call," he said.
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