STAWELL - Kimberley Gehan has been inducted as the Rotary Club of Stawell's president for 2013-14.
Kimberley will be the youngest president in the club's history.
The Rotary Club of Stawell has been providing service to the community, youth and internationally for 59 years.
This year Kimberley's plans for Rotary consist of being local focused and assisting the community where it is needed.
Kimberley will also see the club reach its 60th year during the time of her presidency and plans have already begun for the celebration.
A 1960s theme celebration has been planned for June 14, 2014 along with a community project to mark the occasion.
A large attendance witnessed the induction of Kimberley as president by past president John Launder.
In a speech, Kimberley thanked the Rotary Club of Stawell members for giving her the opportunity to serve as president and spoke about the goals and projects that she has planned for the year ahead.
Kimberley also thanked those in attendance including family and friends.
"I am really looking forward to the year ahead and hope to achieve as much as possible in the local community," she said.
Rotary Club of Stawell meets every Tuesday evening at the Salvation Army Mission Centre, Wimmera Street, Stawell.
For more information please go to the club's website: www.rotarystawell.org.au. You can also find them on Facebook.