Quota International of Dover, NH, USA
Quota International of Dover, NH, has selected Cynthia Racic as volunteer of the year for 2013. Cindy has been a member of the Dover club since 1982, and has held every office in the club. During her first term as president, Cindy invited her mother to join the club, and she attended the International Convention in Singapore that year. Several years later, in her 2nd term as president of the club, Cindy’s daughter, Julie, became a member. Cindy has attended every Fall or Spring Conference since she joined. Her dedication to Quota was also evident when she became District Governor in 2008 and served for 2 years, with Julie by her side as Secretary/Treasurer. (Cindy had served that role for Governor Ann McClusky many years ago.) The Dover club is going through a transition period where we are small in numbers, but Cindy helps us to find projects that will allow us to participate at the level we are able to with our limited membership, and she is our greatest cheerleader to keep us active and relevant. The Dover club would not still exist had it not been for all of Cindy’s efforts to prevent us from folding.
Cindy is also very active in her church, specifically, serving as chair for their Christmas Fair this past year, and also manages the Food Pantry that distributes food for families in need in the Strafford County area. Her duties managing the Food Pantry include filing all the necessary reports, coordinating food drives and ordering from the USDA. Other activities associated with her church include founding member of the St. Thomas More Women’s Group, member of the Service Commission, and team member of Good
Sams Group which prepares dinners for individuals who are dealing with health issues.
Cindy works part time for two different attorney’s offices, and is also self employed as an Independent Title Abstractor.