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Bernard is new man in chain of command.

A NEW president has taken over the helm of Coventry Jubilee Rotary Club.

Bernard Fry, aged 52, of Larchfields, Wolston, succeeds Patrick Hehir.

Mr Fry, who used to run Green Lane post office in Coventry, will be president for the next year.

He aims to raise the profile of the Rotary club and increase its membership, which currently stands at 40.

He said: "The original idea of Rotary is that it was aimed at people in the professions but it has now been opened out to encompass a far wider range of people."

The club, which was formed in 1977, meets at the Merrick Lodge Hotel, in St Nicholas Street, Radford, every Tuesday evening.

For more information about how to join, phone Mr Fry on 024 7654 5240.

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HANDOVER: Patrick Hehir puts the chain of office around Bernard Fry's neck. Picture: ROY KILCULLEN
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jul 15, 2002
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