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Member Spotlights
Member Spotlight
 
Welcome to our Member Spotlight Page where you
can get to know some of our many members
from clubs all over District 5910. 
 
 
Amy Supak
 

Amy Supak was introduced to Rotary in 2011 by a very kind gentleman with whom she worked.  Mr. Gordon LeBleu, invited her to a meeting.  At that meeting Amy heard about all the good things that the Club was doing and it had a huge impact on her.  She wanted to give back to her local community and beyond.

 

During her very close to a dozen years as a Rotarian, Ms Supak has been Club President, President-elect/Fundraising Chair, Public Image and District Public Image Chair.  She has watched her Club grow and become a part of an international grant in Argentina. She has attended several International Conferences and is awed by the presentation of flags ceremony, “…it is impactful to see so many countries, all working towards a common goal.”

 

Amy says that she has continued to be a Rotarian because, “I’ve seen all the good that Rotary has done. Ending polio was so close and now there is much more work to be done and I want to live in a world where polio has been fully eradicated.”

 

She believes that the 4-way test is a wonderful way to lead one’s personal life and professional career. She feels lucky and privileged to able to work along side other Rotarians.  She is amazed by the impact that RYLA has on high schoolers. 

 

It looks like Amy has already passed her Rotary enthusiasm to her 7 year old daughter who considers herself a ‘junior Rotarian.’  Amy has observed her telling others about the meaning of Rotary and has even included Rotary in a school project.  Rotary is definitely in Amy’s DNA.