Ron Rudduck, Students of Month at Rotary


Caroline Rhude and Emma Malone attended the Wilmington Rotary Club, which meets at noon on Mondays at Damon’s Restaurant, as Students of the Month. Caroline Rhude is a senior at Clinton-Massie High School. She intends to major in Business/Spanish in college. Emma Malone is a senior at East Clinton High School. She is currently taken post-secondary schooling at Chatfield College and intends to enter the military and study physical therapy.

Caroline Rhude and Emma Malone attended the Wilmington Rotary Club, which meets at noon on Mondays at Damon’s Restaurant, as Students of the Month. Caroline Rhude is a senior at Clinton-Massie High School. She intends to major in Business/Spanish in college. Emma Malone is a senior at East Clinton High School. She is currently taken post-secondary schooling at Chatfield College and intends to enter the military and study physical therapy.


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Katherine Harrison-Tigar, President of the Wilmington Rotary Club, and Ron Rudduck, spokesman for Brian Mudd and also for the Joint Recreation District Levy.


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WILMINGTON — Ron Rudduck spoke to the Wilmington Rotary Club which meets at noon on Mondays at Damon’s Restaurant for Brian Mudd, Clinton-Massie teacher and coach.

Mudd was unable to attend, but Rudduck spoke about his friendship with Brian and Brian’s wife, and Mudd’s life since being diagnosed with brain cancer. Mudd wrote a book titled “When Your Goliath Stands Up”. The book is a collection of text messages written about his treatment and spirituality.

Rudduck also spoke on behalf of the Joint Recreation District Levy, of which he is co-chair.

Rudduck said a key recommendation of the 2016 Clinton County Parks and Open Space Plan was to create a Joint Recreation District for the county in order to improve access/proximity to parks and to equitably and sustainably fund them. In addition, the Clinton County Planning Department and concerned citizens proposed constructing a community wellness center in Clinton County.

Rudduck is encouraging all Clinton County residents to vote yes on the 3-mil levy in November. The levy will provide approximately $3 million per year for 30 years to provide access and proximity to parks and recreational opportunities throughout the county, including a recreation center in Wilmington.

Caroline Rhude and Emma Malone attended the Wilmington Rotary Club, which meets at noon on Mondays at Damon’s Restaurant, as Students of the Month. Caroline Rhude is a senior at Clinton-Massie High School. She intends to major in Business/Spanish in college. Emma Malone is a senior at East Clinton High School. She is currently taken post-secondary schooling at Chatfield College and intends to enter the military and study physical therapy.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/10/web1_IMG_0503.jpgCaroline Rhude and Emma Malone attended the Wilmington Rotary Club, which meets at noon on Mondays at Damon’s Restaurant, as Students of the Month. Caroline Rhude is a senior at Clinton-Massie High School. She intends to major in Business/Spanish in college. Emma Malone is a senior at East Clinton High School. She is currently taken post-secondary schooling at Chatfield College and intends to enter the military and study physical therapy. Courtesy photos

Katherine Harrison-Tigar, President of the Wilmington Rotary Club, and Ron Rudduck, spokesman for Brian Mudd and also for the Joint Recreation District Levy.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/10/web1_IMG_0490.jpgKatherine Harrison-Tigar, President of the Wilmington Rotary Club, and Ron Rudduck, spokesman for Brian Mudd and also for the Joint Recreation District Levy. Courtesy photos