The Mesquite Rotary Club held induction ceremonies for the group’s 2021-2022 officers and board members at their meeting on July 13th. 
.  All 33,000 local clubs in Rotary International change their leadership in July each year.  This provides for fresh vision and energy throughout the worldwide organization of business and professional leaders, which was established in 1905.  The ceremonies were performed by Rotary District 5810 governor-elect Howard Templin. 
The new leaders inducted to serve during the 2021-2022 Rotary year were club president Vince Falsarella, president-elect Dr. Jones Doughton, past president Dr. Angel Rivera, vice president Dr. Mike Noble, secretary Lindsay Paris, treasurer Dennis Tarpley, club service director Terry McCullar, community service director Evelyn Williams, vocational service director Dr. LaDonna Gulley, international service director Debi Holley, public relations director Dr. James Griffin, and sergeant at arms Kyle DuPont.
In his remarks, the new Mesquite Rotary Club president Vince Falsarella emphasized that he and the new officers would work to continue the Mesquite club’s excellent record of fundraising through the group’s annual Rodeo Road Rally bike ride. The group will continue this year in granting scholarships and supporting the work of many local groups, and will continue to focus on assisting Rotary International programs to eradicate polio in the world, build sources and systems giving access to clean water, and more.