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From left are Rotary Club Assistant Gov. Dave Schmit, new Milton-Windward Rotary President Cindy Ringwall and District Gov.-elect Robert Hagan. Jonathan Copsey. (click for larger version)
June 30, 2014MILTON, Ga. – Celebrating in historic Milton at Milton's Cuisine Restaurant, the Milton-Windward Rotary Club installed Cindy Ringwall as the incoming club president for 2014-15. Not only is Ringwall a leader because of past service in United States Navy, she is an involved Milton resident, owner of a small technology-related Milton business with husband, Eric, a mother of two college-age students and a genuine servant leader at heart.
Ringwall is making a difference in Milton and Rotary. She will lead the club as members serve the community and Light Up Rotary, the 2014-15 Rotary International theme.
Outgoing President Mike Swago honored Bill Pinkerton with the Service Above Self Award and Jackie Pierce as Rotarian of the Year.
The club changed names in 2014 from "Windward" to "Milton-Windward." The members are focused on establishing deep roots in the Milton community. Lunch is catered from Milton restaurants at their new Milton meeting location at St. Aidan's Church, off Cogburn Road. The club is friends with the new Milton Library and the Milton Senior Center. Known as the "Education Club," they serve the local schools with the Dictionary Project, scholarships and the Laws of Life essay sponsor. Habitat for Humanity, YMCA and North Fulton Community Charities are ongoing priorities to this compact size club who completed over 35 service projects last year.
The Milton-Windward Rotary Club meets in Milton every Monday from noon to 1 p.m. at St. Aidan's Church, 13560 Cogburn Road, Milton 30004.
Editor, Milton Herald