Rotary welcomes Trine as corporate member

March 25, 2021


The Angola Rotary Club welcomed Trine University as a corporate member at its bi-weekly meeting on March 17.

The university was represented by Mari McHenry, director of international community services, and Jami Woodyard, assistant director of donor relations and phonathon coordinator. Woodyard also became an individual member.

Ryan Overton, Ph.D., dean of the Allen School of Engineering and Computing, is also part of Trine’s corporate membership but was unable to attend.

“The three of us are very excited to represent Trine University in the community by partnering with the local Rotary club to help make a difference in not only our local community, but internationally as well,” Woodyard said.

Pictured in the photo at top are, from left, McHenry, Fred Beck and Bill Fee, members of the Angola Rotary Club Board of Directors, and Woodyard.

Last Updated: 03/25/2021

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