SALISBURY, MD — The Rotary Club of Salisbury presented its most prestigious award, the 2019 Four-Way Test Award, to Ted R. Evans of Salisbury during a banquet at Dove Pointe on Thursday evening, April 25.
In presenting Evans with the award, which has been handed out for 57 consecutive years, Steve Capelli, the club’s 4-Way Test Award Steering Committee Chairman, praised Evans for his lifetime of community service and church volunteerism. Included in that is a more than 25 year commitment as a board member and volunteer at Salisbury’s Christian Shelter. Evans was also recognized for his contributions to the Magi Fund, his assistance during the annual National Day of Prayer for his service as an Elder/Deacon at the Provident Presbyterian Church.
Rick and Melody Nelson, the 2018 recipients of the Four-Way Test Award, were the evening’s keynote speakers.
The Rotary Club of Salisbury meets every Thursday at 6:00 p.m. in the Rotary Scout and Community Center on Riverside Drive in Salisbury. To learn more please visit the website at www.rotarysalisbury.org.
Photo Caption: Ted Evans, second from the left, was presented the Rotary Club of Salisbury’s 2019 4-Way Test Award at the club’s annual dinner on April 25. Joining Evans, from the left, are Mark Granger, Club President, Steve Capelli, 4-Way Test Award Steering Committee Chairman, and Pete Booker, District Governor for Rotary District 7630.