Courtesy of  Ray Leisy, Club Historian
The 1993-94 Wooster Rotary Year began with the meeting on July 12th and the gavel being handed to Leroy Adams. President Leroy celebrated the occasion by playing a solo on his trombone. Adopt-a-Highway was going strong as was the annual Wooster Rotary picnic. The program on August 16th was presented by Lt. Col. Paula Roderick who was a Rotary Exchange student in 1967 to Sweden sponsored by Wooster Rotary. She is now the Air Force Chief of Staff Liaison Officer.

Speaking of Exchange Students, Rotary this year hosted four students: Jukka Paajanen (Finland), Severine Moreau (France), Borja Espanoza (Spain) and Carina Sturm (Argentina).

The newest member of Wooster Rotary, Dave Cullity, gave his classification talk on October 4th. He is now employed by Lutherans Insurance Company, but was previously employed by the Cleveland Browns and then the San Francisco 49ers. He played tackle in the 1989 Super Bowl and passed around his 3.5 carat diamond ring for all Rotarians to see. You have one guess which team he was on when he received the ring.

Wooster Rotary became a sponsor of the Great Decisions Program in 1994.

Wooster hosted a Group Exchange Team from Argentina for four days in April, 1994. In charge of the arrangements was Tim Zuercher.

George Kreps organized a bus trip to Cleveland in June to watch the Cleveland Indians. Doug Drushal was organizing a trip for Wooster Rotarians to Switzerland, France, Monaco and Italy for June, 1995.