WAMPSVILLE — The Oneida Rotary Club enjoyed the Oneida Rail Trail and held its luncheon meeting at the Madison Bistro on Tuesday, May 25. Rotary members walked the trail to the future site of their Adopt-A-Spot location at the Hubbard Place gate and trail entrance.
Rotary President Lilian White said the group members are excited to maintain a small spot in the future on the trail. In addition, The Oneida Rotary Club induction their newest member, Margaret Milman Barris.
Milman Barris has been a resident of Oneida for the past 10 years with her husband and three daughters. She has volunteered with several local organizations over the last decade and currently sits on the City of Oneida Water Board.
White said the Oneida Rotary Club is excited to build membership as it continues its mission to serve the community.
Residents are encouraged to reach out to the Oneida Rotary club if they are interested in joining. Rotarians hold their meetings on Tuesdays, at noon at the Oneida Public Library.