Benalla Rotary Club inducted four new members at last Thursday’s meeting.
Neville and Linda Scriven together with Graeme Frigo and his partner Kellie Middleton were welcomed to the Club by President Hamish MacLennan.
Mr McLennan said the couples became interested in Rotary through the involvement of their children in the Rotary Youth Exchange program.
“Millicent Scriven is currently in Germany and Natalie Middleton is in Brazil,” Mr McLennan said.
“Neville was born in Muswellbrook, is a fitter and turner by trade and has worked in a
wide range of locations.
“During this time he met Linda when they were both working in Toolamba.
“They travelled around Australia for 12 months after which they purchased a farm at Upper Lurg in 2003, now their permanent home. They have two daughters, Millicent and Kelsey.
“Graeme Frigo and Kellee Middleton are based in Strathbogie.
“Graeme runs his own earthmoving and swimming pool construction business and Kellee has been working at Good Start Early Learning in Euroa for 15 years.
“She is currently the room leader in the toddler room. Kellee and Graeme are keen travellers and have enjoyed numerous trip both in Australia and overseas.
“Both couples are looking forward to being involved in Rotary’s community service work and enjoying the fellowship that accompanies being a member.”