Rotary Club of Ponte Vedra Beach installs new president


The Rotary Club of Ponte Vedra Beach installed its new president, Beverly Flanagan, at the club’s final meeting of the 2023-24 year, held June 27 at Marsh Landing Country Club.

More than 15 of the club’s past presidents were in attendance to participate in the passing of the gavel to Flanagan, who succeeds 2023-24 President Jennifer Logue.

Prior to passing the gavel, Logue offered a review of the club’s many activities and accomplishments during the previous year. In addition to raising funds to support Rotary International’s campaign to eradicate polio, Logue said, the club completed several international service projects — including supporting clean water projects in Nicaragua and Honduras and hosting an international delegation from Armenia that came to the First Coast to study women leaders.

Club members also participated in numerous local service activities, from conducting food drives for BEAM and picking up trash along A1A to renovating homes for Habitat for Humanity and preparing and serving meals for organ transplant patients at Gabriel House of Care.

Flanagan’s installation as president was also highlighted by the announcement that the club’s annual Mineral City Celebration gala, which Flanagan co-chaired, raised $120,000 for distribution to Beaches-area charities.

The Rotary Club of Ponte Vedra Beach holds weekly breakfast meetings Thursdays at 7:30 a.m. at Marsh Landing Country Club. To learn about becoming a member or for more information, contact