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The new president of Rotary International, Ray Klinginsmith Kirksville, Mo., was given a ceremonial key to the City of Evanston at Monday’s City Council meeting by Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl.

The new president of Rotary International, Ray Klinginsmith Kirksville, Mo., was given a ceremonial key to the City of Evanston at Monday’s City Council meeting by Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl.

Tisdahl also presented a plaque to Rotary General Secretary Ed Futa, who’s retiring from the organization after a dozen years on the job.

Futa said he’s not planning to return to his native Hawaii in retirement, but instead will continue to live in the Chicago area. “What would I do with my snow blower, ” he joked.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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  1. Congratulations

    Ed, congratulations on your retirement! Please come and visit us in DC soon.

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