Rotarian assembly touts program growth Rotarian assembly touts program growth Photo provided by Jon Hirsch -- Members of the Rotary Club of Gonzales attending the recent Rotary District 6200 Mid-Year Assembly include, from left, Tony Marlbrough, Martin McConnell, Brad Walker, Rae Milano, Johnny Berthelot, Jon Hirsch, District Governor Mark LaCour, Randy Gautreau, Olin Berthelot, Frank Frederic and Glenda Shaheen. Also attending was Rotarian Tim Pujol. Advocate staff report Feb. 06, 2013 Comments Gonzales Rotarian Mark LaCour led the Rotary District 6200 midyear assembly on Jan. 12 at the Clarion Inn in Gonzales. The assembly provides an opportunity for Rotarians in leadership roles within their clubs to learn more about Rotary, how it works and its programs, LaCour said in a news release. Speaking at the assembly were Donna Landry and past district governor Greg Landry, both of the Lafayette North Rotary Club; David Hood, of the Greater Lake Charles Rotary Club; Clarence Prudhomme and Dave LeJeune, Welsh Rotary Club; Mike Hayes, Westlake Rotary Club; Martha Collins, Golden Meadow Rotary Club; Jay Brown, Baker Rotary Club; past district governor and Gonzales Rotary club member Tony Marlbrough; Baton Rouge Capital City Club member Cheri McDaniel; Nandi Linscomb, Lafayette Club; and Greater Lake Charles Rotary Club member and past district governor Richard Churchman. Topics included discussion of the district’s Literacy and Peace Project; the upcoming district conference scheduled for April 11-13 in Gonzales; the International Convention to be held in June in Lisbon, Portugal; child abuse and harassment prevention; and international fellowships.