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story.lead_photo.caption Marc Hayot/Herald-Leader Rotary District 6110 Assistant Governor Johnice Glisson (left), District Governor Jay Craig and Siloam Springs Rotary Club President Tim Davis pose for a photo in front of the club's Rotary Banner. Craig came to the club's meeting on Nov. 10 and spoke about the impact Rotary has had on communities world wide and the need to recruit new Rotarians to continue the projects Rotary undertakes. Projects Craig mentioned included the push to cure Polio and the Wheelchair Drive to provide people in underdeveloped nations with wheelchairs for those who need it.

Marc Hayot/Herald-Leader Rotary District Gov. Jay Craig, spoke at the Rotary Club meeting on Nov. 10 about the impact Rotary has had on communities world-wide and the need to recruit new Rotarians to continue the projects the club undertakes. Projects Craig mentioned included the push to cure Polio and the Wheelchair Drive, to provide wheelchairs to people in underdeveloped nations for those in need. Pictured are Rotary District 6110 Assistant Gov. Johnice Glisson (left), District Gov. Jay Craig and Siloam Springs Rotary Club President Tim Davis.

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