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Rye Rotary Club Meeting Features Julie Killian

Julie Killian is the next guest speaker at the Rye Rotary Club. The Rye Photo Credit: Contributed
The recent death of Rotarian Dr. Joseph Soury prompted the cancellation of the Sept. 30 luncheon meeting of Rye Rotary Club. Patricia B.Taylor, principal at Rye High School, will return as guest speaker in December. Photo Credit: Provided/Rye City School District

RYE, N.Y. -- Julie Killian, a Rye city councilwoman and deputy mayor is the next guest speaker before the Rye Rotary Club.

The Rotary Club is meeting for breakfast at 8 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 6 at Ruby's Oyster Bar & Bistro, 45 Purchase St. Members are encouraged to register online by clicking here:

Killian, a Republican, is challenging state Sen. George Latimer, a Democrat from Rye, this fall.

Killian is a mother of five who has been active in the Westchester community for 25 years as a volunteer for local arts, historical, library and school organizations. A Rye City resident, Killian's love of community is deeply rooted in her life as a mom, volunteer and elected official.

Killian received her bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from the University of Notre Dame. While earning her MBA in finance from the New York University Stern School of Business, Killian worked for Merrill Lynch and Citibank.

The Rotary Club's Sept. 30 luncheon meeting, which was to feature a talk by Rye High School Principal Patricia B. Taylor, was cancelled due to the death of one of its members. Taylor will be invited back to speak at a meeting in December, according to Jason L. Mehler, president of Rye Rotary Club.

Anyone with questions can email Mehler here or by clicking here.

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