Rotarians celebrate the season

<br>Photo/Mike Pieterick<br>
Allan Duncan helps Bill Miller inspect a gift from under the tree during the gift exchange. Miller is the newest member of the Williams Rotary Club. At right, Clay and Andrea McCauslin strike a pose in front of the Christmas tree. Clay was in charge of organizing this year’s Christmas party, which saw over 40 Rotarians and spouses attend.

<br>Photo/Mike Pieterick<br> Allan Duncan helps Bill Miller inspect a gift from under the tree during the gift exchange. Miller is the newest member of the Williams Rotary Club. At right, Clay and Andrea McCauslin strike a pose in front of the Christmas tree. Clay was in charge of organizing this year’s Christmas party, which saw over 40 Rotarians and spouses attend.

The Williams Rotary Club members and spouses celebrated the season together at their Annual Christmas Party and Gift Exchange Saturday night. The gala event was hosted by Doc Holliday's Steakhouse, which served up a five-course meal and provided a beautifully decorated setting. Photos were taken by Rotarian Mike Pieterick of all present and will be published in a yearbook of the club in 2009.

Rotary President Jim Bultema set the tone of the evening by wishing a very Merry Christmas to all those present. Later in the evening Allan Duncan oversaw the gift exchange. This fun filled event allowed for members to pick from the tree or select a gift (with limits) from those already open.

Rotarians John Rushton, Bill Miller, and spouse Eva Cureton were kept busy trying to hold onto the gifts they had opened. Duncan kept the event moving and fun for all.

The Williams Club wishes to thank all those community members that have supported our many service projects this year and wishes you and yours a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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