Weekly luncheons are open to the public at Al Kader Shrine Center

The Rotary Club of Wilsonville installed a new president and board Friday, June 13 at Charbonneau Country Club.

Taking the helm for 2014–15 is Mary Stewart, who co-owns MARStewart Creative Group with her husband, Mark. Handing the gavel over to her was John Holley, a retired resident of Charbonneau, who served as club president for the 2013–14 Rotary Year.

“John Holley led our club to an outstanding year,” Stewart said. “We increased our membership to 40 Rotarians, which is the most members we have had a long time.”

Holley will now serve a year as president of the Wilsonville Rotary Foundation, which oversees spending on service projects.

“I’m personally excited about the coming year that we will have under Mary’s leadership,” Holley said. “Her warm and welcoming presence will make her an excellent ambassador to the community as we continue our mission of ‘Service Above Self.’”

Other 2014-15 elected officers include:

President Elect: Kyle Bunch, American Family Insurance

Secretary: Christine Heisen, PNCE Health and Welfare Trust

Treasurer: Josh Dalglish, U.S. Bank

Past President: John Holley

Director of Administration: Bob Harland

Director of Community Service: Eugene Wallace, Family Business Advisers

Director of Membership: Brad Settlemyer, Prographics Services

Director of Public Relations: Curt Kipp, Oregon Association of Nurseries

Director of The Rotary Foundation: Richard Martens

Sergeants-at-Arms: Tim Crowley, Crowley Landscape Management Inc., and Andy Green, Green Group Real Estate

Joining Holley on the five-member Wilsonville Rotary Foundation Board will be Mary Stewart, Josh Dalglish, Brad Settlemyer and Gerry Scovil.

At the installation dinner, outgoing president Holley presented awards to some outstanding members of the club. Rotarian of the Year went to Steve Perry, who led the club’s membership recruitment efforts and expansion of Chess for Success to all three primary schools. The Service Above Self award went to Jake McMichael for his efforts in taking over leadership of the Wilsonville Rotary Foundation after a vacancy arose. And the Service Above Self – New Member Award went to Don McVay, for his tireless efforts in hosting the club’s holiday party and showing up for every service project during the year.

Weekly luncheons are held every Thursday at noon at the Al Kader Shrine Center, 25100 S.W. Parkway Avenue. Guests are welcome, and lunch is free for first-time attendees. For more information visit

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