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Long time Rotarian honoured for 60 years of service

Installed bench at the Millenium Park in Castlegar to honour Jim Lamont’s 60 years of Rotary Service.

The Castlegar Sunrise Rotary Club installed a bench at the Millenium Park in Castlegar to honour Jim Lamont’s 60 years of Rotary Service. Pictured here from left: Jim Lamont’s sister from California, Inga Lamont, and Jim Lamont. Jim joined Rotary in October 1953. He has held all offices except Secretary and has been a member of the District Youth Exchange Committee. He has also chaired Rotary District Committees, in particular, Group Study Exchange and Ambassadorial Scholarship. Jim led a Rotary Group Friendship Exchange team to Norway in 1983.

 

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