Ruritan clubs celebrate service, name Ruitans of the year


Pictured is Ruritan’s Piedmont District Governor Steven Tulbert presenting Gail Duncan of the Pine Hall Ruritan Club one of many community service awards earned by the Stokes County Ruritan Clubs.


The Piedmont District Ruritans honored Raven Coates as Piedmont District Ruri-Teen of the Year. Coates is a senior at South Stokes High School and is an active member of the South Stokes Ruri-Teen Club. Coates is the vice-president of the Ruri-Teens, member of Amnesty International, FFA, Beta Club, and the National Honor Society. Coates is the daughter of Barbie and Steve Coates of Walnut Cove. She is pictured with District Governor Steven Tulbert


Sue Williamson, a member of the Rock House Ruritan Club, has been named Piedmont District Ruritan of the Year. Piedmont District is made up of 60 clubs in 16 counties in the piedmont area of North Carolina. Williamson joined the Rock House Club in 2005 and has served as club president, as well as club director. She is active in all the Rock House club and zone activities. Williamson is pictured with Steven Tulbert, Ruritan National Piedmont District Governor.


Piedmont District 31 of Ruritan National held it’s district convention in November. The Piedmont District is made up of 16 counties in North Carolina from Wilkes to Caswell to Mecklenburg counties consisting of 60 clubs.

The zones that make up Stokes County had a very successful 2015 in Ruritan. The Pine Hall Ruritans earned three gold community service awards in Social Development, Public Service, and Citizenship and Patriotism.

The Germanton Ruritans earned gold in Public Service and silver in Social Development.

The South Stokes Ruri-Teen Club earned silver in Public Service.

The Sandy Ridge Club earned four gold awards in Public Service, Social Development, Business and Professions, and Citizenship and Patriotism. They earned bronze in Environment.

The Lawsonville Club earned gold in Public Service and Citizenship and Patriotism, silver in Social Development, and bronze in Business and Professions, and Environment.

The Chestnut Grove Club earned gold in Public Service and Social Development, bronze in Business and Professions and Environment, and a participation in Citizenship and Patriotism.

The Pinnacle Club earned gold in Public Service and Social Development, silver in Environment, and bronze in Business and Professions.

The Rock House Club earned gold in Public Service and Social Development, silver in Environment, bronze in Business and Professions, and a participation in Citizenship and Patriotism.

Piedmont District Governor, Steven Tulbert, thanked the clubs in Stokes County for all the community service they have provided. If you are interested in joining this fellowship and service to others, please contact a Ruritan member in your community or call 336-427-0689.

Pictured is Ruritan’s Piedmont District Governor Steven Tulbert presenting Gail Duncan of the Pine Hall Ruritan Club one of many community service awards earned by the Stokes County Ruritan Clubs.
http://thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_IMG_3331.jpgPictured is Ruritan’s Piedmont District Governor Steven Tulbert presenting Gail Duncan of the Pine Hall Ruritan Club one of many community service awards earned by the Stokes County Ruritan Clubs.

The Piedmont District Ruritans honored Raven Coates as Piedmont District Ruri-Teen of the Year. Coates is a senior at South Stokes High School and is an active member of the South Stokes Ruri-Teen Club. Coates is the vice-president of the Ruri-Teens, member of Amnesty International, FFA, Beta Club, and the National Honor Society. Coates is the daughter of Barbie and Steve Coates of Walnut Cove. She is pictured with District Governor Steven Tulbert
http://thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_IMG_3327.jpgThe Piedmont District Ruritans honored Raven Coates as Piedmont District Ruri-Teen of the Year. Coates is a senior at South Stokes High School and is an active member of the South Stokes Ruri-Teen Club. Coates is the vice-president of the Ruri-Teens, member of Amnesty International, FFA, Beta Club, and the National Honor Society. Coates is the daughter of Barbie and Steve Coates of Walnut Cove. She is pictured with District Governor Steven Tulbert

Sue Williamson, a member of the Rock House Ruritan Club, has been named Piedmont District Ruritan of the Year. Piedmont District is made up of 60 clubs in 16 counties in the piedmont area of North Carolina. Williamson joined the Rock House Club in 2005 and has served as club president, as well as club director. She is active in all the Rock House club and zone activities. Williamson is pictured with Steven Tulbert, Ruritan National Piedmont District Governor.
http://thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_IMG_3315.jpgSue Williamson, a member of the Rock House Ruritan Club, has been named Piedmont District Ruritan of the Year. Piedmont District is made up of 60 clubs in 16 counties in the piedmont area of North Carolina. Williamson joined the Rock House Club in 2005 and has served as club president, as well as club director. She is active in all the Rock House club and zone activities. Williamson is pictured with Steven Tulbert, Ruritan National Piedmont District Governor.
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