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Ruritan Club honors members for service

The Dublin/Radford Ruritan Club honored several of its members for their service to the organization at the group’s monthly meeting, held Thursday night at Dublin United Methodist Church.
Rev. Manson Tate, 97, was presented with a "Distinguished Service Certificate" for having perfect attendance through the Ruritan Club for 39 years.
In addition, Curtis Graham, 86, received a "Distinguished Service Certificate" for having 41 years of perfect attendance.
Tereba Bott, president of the Dublin/Radford Ruritan Club, explained that perfect attendance means that the member has not missed any of the club’s meetings. However, if that member does have to miss a meeting, they can make up for it by attending a Ruritan board meeting or by doing four hours of community service, as the Ruritan Club is an organization whose members dedicate themselves to serving their community.
Along with the two men who were recognized for perfect attendance, Bob and Faye Henegar, a couple who recently resigned their membership, were honored for the 13 years they served their community as members of the Ruritan Club. During 12 of those years, Faye served as the club’s secretary.
The Henegars were presented with a certificate, card and gift.
In the past, Dublin and Radford had separate Ruritan Clubs. However, the Radford group only had three members and the Dublin group was relatively small as well, so the two combined at the beginning of 2009 to form the Dublin/Radford Ruritan Club, explained Ruritan member Bobby Turman.
Currently, Bott serves as the group’s president, Jimmy Tabor serves as vice-president, Charlotte Reed is the secretary and Elden Horton serves as treasurer.

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Ruritan Club honors members for service

The Dublin/Radford Ruritan Club honored several of its members for their service to the organization at the group’s monthly meeting, held Thursday night at Dublin United Methodist Church.
Rev. Manson Tate, 97, was presented with a "Distinguished Service Certificate" for having perfect attendance through the Ruritan Club for 39 years.
In addition, Curtis Graham, 86, received a "Distinguished Service Certificate" for having 41 years of perfect attendance.
Tereba Bott, president of the Dublin/Radford Ruritan Club, explained that perfect attendance means that the member has not missed any of the club’s meetings. However, if that member does have to miss a meeting, they can make up for it by attending a Ruritan board meeting or by doing four hours of community service, as the Ruritan Club is an organization whose members dedicate themselves to serving their community.
Along with the two men who were recognized for perfect attendance, Bob and Faye Henegar, a couple who recently resigned their membership, were honored for the 13 years they served their community as members of the Ruritan Club. During 12 of those years, Faye served as the club’s secretary.
The Henegars were presented with a certificate, card and gift.
In the past, Dublin and Radford had separate Ruritan Clubs. However, the Radford group only had three members and the Dublin group was relatively small as well, so the two combined at the beginning of 2009 to form the Dublin/Radford Ruritan Club, explained Ruritan member Bobby Turman.
Currently, Bott serves as the group’s president, Jimmy Tabor serves as vice-president, Charlotte Reed is the secretary and Elden Horton serves as treasurer.

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