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Wellsville Rotary Club members working on a better “Welcome”


By Andrew Harris

As you enter the village of Wellsville from the north on the Route 19 a wooden sign installed by the local Rotarians was getting slightly shabby. The sign, which still had the now extinct Kiawanis Club and Exchange Club insignias, also needed some repairs and a new paint job.

Wellsville Rotarians Nick Gunning, Mike Miller, and Barry Dunne are working together to refurbish and improve the village “welcome.” This is one of three signs which the Wellsville Rotary Club has installed and maintainted over the years. Recently the club, with the help of Alfred State College Building Trades students, rebuilt the sign on the west side of town(near the new Walgreens on Rt. 417.)

The Rotary Club is a constant force for positive change in Wellsville, operating under the motto, “Service Above Self, ” for over 100 years!

Have you considered joining a local civic club to start making a difference ? The Wellsville Rotary is always looking for new members with new ideas and energy. Members meet twice each month at the Wellsville Country Club for a luncheon with guest speakers and lively conversation. Read our coverage of the 100th anniversary of the Wellsville Rotary:

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