Richelle Stephens Joins Honesdale Rotary 

(Honesdale, September 22, 2013)… A well-known community advocate, Richelle Stephens, MSN, RN of Honesdale, recently joined the Honesdale Rotary. Richelle, who has been active in many other groups, most notably Habitat for Humanity, was “looking for something new but also something of service to my community.” The registered nurse and mother of two boys currently works at Mountain Laurel Surgery Center and as a clinical instructor at the University of Scranton. 

Her husband’s family owns Stephens Pharmacy and Northeast Medical Equipment, where Richelle also occasionally lends her expertise. “We are more than happy to have Richelle be a part of our group,” said Rotary President Ken Doolittle. “Her ready smile and willingness to jump in are exemplary. She’s already on several committees!”  Honesdale Rotary is a service club with close to 40 active members. Part of Rotary International, which counts more than one million members worldwide, Honesdale Rotary engages in both local and global community projects.

This November 2nd, join Honesdale Rotary at its International Flavors dinner at Honesdale High School at 5:30 pm. Enjoy international dishes cooked up by local restaurants and Rotarians and their families and help fund many Rotary projects, including its International Student Exchange program. Honesdale Rotary welcomes new members. Join the club for lunch Tuesdays at 12 noon at Cordaro’s, Grandview Avenue, Honesdale. 

Photo: Richelle Stephens, center, receives her new-member pin from Honesdale Rotary Secretary Kay Reynolds and President Ken Doolittle.