Past President Maureen Moore (left) and President Scarlett Chapman pose for a photo.

Special to Iredell Free News

The Rotary Club of Greater Statesville honored long-time Rotarian for her service to the organization and the community during the club’s weekly meeting at Twisted Oak Restaurant.

President Scarlett Chapman, along with fellow Rotarians, thanked Moore for her time, dedication and service to the community. The reflected on various services projects and the friendships they’ve forged during Moore’s six years with the club.

Moore helped start the Career Academy Technical School scholarship for students nearly five years ago. Each year, the club gives $5,000 to students who are furthering their education to gain employable skills.

Moore also served as membership chair, program chair, foundation chair and is past president of the club. For the past year she has served as assistant governor for District 7680, supporting clubs in northern Iredell County and Rowan County.

Moore, who recently moved to Cornelius, is transferring her membership to the North Mecklenburg Rotary Club in Cornelius. She will serve as assistant governor for the Lake Norman clubs beginning July 1.

Moore is communications manager for EnergyUnited. She serves on the Greater Statesville Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and Executive Committee as well as on the Crosby Scholars Board.

Pictured (from left) are District 7680 Governor Mike Walker, Maureen Moore and Past District Governor and local resident Bill Wilson.