President - Robert N. Carson, Jr.,
1st V.P. - Richard A. Pyne
Secretary - Daniel W. Mooers
2nd V.P. - Lawrence D. Carey
Treasurer - William Kourakos
Directors - James S. Rowe, John E.Roberts, Jr, Ralph Miller, Alec Livingston, James F. Doughty

The initiation fee for new members was increased from $27.50 to $35.

We made a net profit of $800 from our sale of fried dough at Cape Family Fun Day.
District Governor Marcel Morrissette presented each U.S. club with a Canadian Flag. Bob Doe donated a pole.

Sam Giftos was the new District 779 Governor and we began displaying the Host Club banner at our meetings. He visited the club on November 13 which was a ladies' night. Helene Giftos was honored by the club by making her a Paul Harris fellow.

President Bob Carson was also honored by his wife Penny by being made a Paul Harris fellow.

District 779 had grown to 65 clubs in two countries with 3,700 members.
We are now a 2,400% Rotary Foundation Club.
On December 18 about 50 senior citizens attended the annual Christmas party. The Lyric Theatre provided the musical entertainment.
Christmas Tree profit was $16,500.
A Ladies· Night was held on January 29 with Mason Philip Smith giving an excerpt from his soon to be published book, "Confederates Downeast".

Andy Mezoian also wrote a book about the Armenians in the Portland area.
Dick Holden and Dan Mooers joined the ranks of Paul Harris fellows.
We contributed two sets of Encyclopedia Britannica to the South Portland Public Library at a cost of $1,898.
Our newly formed softball team defeated the Rotary Club of Westbrook 17 - 5 on June 8.
Our club sponsored the musical, The Wiz, at the Phyllis Schyler Thaxter Theatre on June 11 and made a profit of $1,770.
Seventeen members and their spouses made the trip to the Balsams for District 779·s annual conference on June 19 - 22. This was the end of Governor Sam Giftos· term in office. Our club was the host club and Bill Kourakos was chairman of the event. Also at the District Conference, Allen Rowe and Jim Rowe became Paul Harris Fellows. Penny Carson was made a Paul Harris Fellow by her parents, Lucy and Chris Pachios. Paul Butler and Jan Butler
received Paul Harris Fellows from each other.

The fried dough booth was a big hit again this year at Cape Family Fun Days on June 21 making a profit of $745.