Rotary Honors Brad Perrin of Quiet Cannon
November 7, 2019
On October 16, 2019, during its weekly, Wednesday chapter meeting, The Rotary Club of Montebello honored Brad Perrin of the Quiet Cannon with a plaque of appreciation for over 40 years of meeting accommodations for the nonprofit organization. The chapter, chartered by Rotary International in 1924, supports local and international initiatives ranging from the George R. Hensel Ethics Essays contest to global polio eradication. The club also organizes humanitarian projects of all levels and encourages its members to uphold high ethical standards in order to improve societal health and shape the community and the world.
Rotary Governor, Luanne Arredondo, a fourth generation Rotarian visiting the chapter, honored members who have contributed years of service in the name of local and global community progress. Bill Nighswonger received a proclamation from Rotary International District 5300 in recognition of his 62 years of contributions to society and humanity. Furthermore, Edgar Morales was honored for many years of fundraising efforts as chairman of the annual golf tournament.
The Rotary Club of Montebello takes pride in the accomplishments of its existing members and is always happy to recruit local business professionals who are looking to take an active role in their communities, while greatly enriching their personal and professional lives. The newest members, inducted at the October 16th meeting include, Montebello City Manager Rene Bobadilla, Assistant City Manager Arlene Salazar, Quiet Cannon Operations Manager Nick Reischl and banker Nancy Machado. All four local, business professionals were unanimously welcomed to join the nonprofit group.