Stack inducted into Gallipolis Rotary Club


A.J. Stack, center, was inducted into the Gallipolis Rotary Club Tuesday morning by Rotary District 6690 assistant district governor, Greg Ervin, of Jackson. During the induction it was discovered that Ervin and Stack, a native of Athens County, are related to each other. Jenny Evans, vice president of the local club was Stack’s sponsor. The program was presented by Steve Williams, deputy director for Ohio Department of Transportation’s District 10. Williams lived in Gallia County for a period of time when he was project engineer during construction of the Highway 35 four-lane project.


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A.J. Stack, center, was inducted into the Gallipolis Rotary Club Tuesday morning by Rotary District 6690 assistant district governor, Greg Ervin, of Jackson. During the induction it was discovered that Ervin and Stack, a native of Athens County, are related to each other. Jenny Evans, vice president of the local club was Stack’s sponsor. The program was presented by Steve Williams, deputy director for Ohio Department of Transportation’s District 10. Williams lived in Gallia County for a period of time when he was project engineer during construction of the Highway 35 four-lane project.

A.J. Stack, center, was inducted into the Gallipolis Rotary Club Tuesday morning by Rotary District 6690 assistant district governor, Greg Ervin, of Jackson. During the induction it was discovered that Ervin and Stack, a native of Athens County, are related to each other. Jenny Evans, vice president of the local club was Stack’s sponsor. The program was presented by Steve Williams, deputy director for Ohio Department of Transportation’s District 10. Williams lived in Gallia County for a period of time when he was project engineer during construction of the Highway 35 four-lane project.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_3.8-PPR-Rotary.jpgA.J. Stack, center, was inducted into the Gallipolis Rotary Club Tuesday morning by Rotary District 6690 assistant district governor, Greg Ervin, of Jackson. During the induction it was discovered that Ervin and Stack, a native of Athens County, are related to each other. Jenny Evans, vice president of the local club was Stack’s sponsor. The program was presented by Steve Williams, deputy director for Ohio Department of Transportation’s District 10. Williams lived in Gallia County for a period of time when he was project engineer during construction of the Highway 35 four-lane project. Bud Hunt/OVP

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