Beloit Noon Lion honored

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Photo provided Club Secretary Dick Rusch was presented the most prestigious award Lions Clubs International has to offer, the Melvin Jones Fellow plaque for "outstanding humanitarian service." A longtime member of the club who has partaken in many of its activites during his tenure, Rusch also handles the numerous time-consuming duties of being club secretary. His family was on hand to share in the event. (From left): Vice President Dave Potter, Dick Rusch, Club President Phyllis Meyer and Vice District Governor John Elvekrog from Stoughton.

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