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Greenfingered father of three elected president of Kinver Rotary Club
10:03am Monday 2nd September 2013 in Local
A GREENFINGERED Kinver resident who won an award for his dedication to enhancing the High Street with floral decorations has been elected president of the village’s Rotary Club.
Nick Geoghegan can be regularly seen watering floral hanging baskets and tidying frontages in support of the drive for Best Kept Village.
The former vice chairman of Kinver Allotment Association joined Kinver Rotary Club in 2008. He has been treasurer twice and was last year’s vice president.
The 64-year-old father of three, who is an employer adviser with the Department for Work and Pensions, and his wife Denise moved to Kinver from Birmingham in the early 90s.
Nick’s first major fund raising event will be a joint project with the Rotary Club of Hagley – a concert at Kidderminster Town Hall on Friday September 20, featuring the Band of the West Midlands Fire Service supported by Stourport Choral Society.
They will be presenting a programme of light classics, music from Andrew Lloyd Webber shows, the films and finishing with a selection from Last Night of the Proms.
Tickets, at £10, are available from Kinver Post Office with proceeds going to Kemp Hospice and local Rotary charities.
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