Rotary Club Elects New President

Bill Boyd to Head Sunrise

Bill Boyd has been elected President of the Rotary Club of Santa Barbara Sunrise 2010-11 as of July 1, 2010. A Rotary Paul Harris Fellow and member since 2001, Mr. Boyd has previously held positions on the Community Service and International Service Committees.

Bill Boyd, new President of the Rotary Club of Santa Barbara Sunrise
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Bill Boyd, new President of the Rotary Club of Santa Barbara Sunrise

Originally from Iowa, Bill received degrees in geography and urban studies. Beginning his career in Chicago working in city and regional planning consulting for 15 years and retiring from the the So. California Association of Governments in LA after 22 years. Since moving to Santa Barbara, Bill has been an active volunteer with the American Red Cross, SB’s Transportation and Circulation Committee, Unitarian Society, and the County Genealogical Society.

Supporting Rotary officers include Joe Weiland, secretary/president-elect for 2011-12; Jody Dolan Holehouse, treasurer; Connard Hogan, international service; David Velarde, community service; Tara Stoker, new generations; Graham Guess, vocational service; Bill Ringer, administration/club service; Sherrie Fisher, membership; and Betsy Munroe, public relations.

The Rotary Club of Santa Barbara Sunrise is made up of business and community leaders serving Santa Barbara youth organizations and international projects. The Club meets at 7 a.m. every Wednesday at the Santa Barbara Club, 1105 Chapala Street.

Information provided by Betsy Munroe, Public Relations Chair, Rotary Club of Santa Barbara Sunrise (805) 448-2764

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