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Root, Fatz make presentation to Rotary Club

Princeton Rotarian Carl Pacunas (left) invited Jim Fatz and Princeton Police Chief Tom Root to be the guest speakers at the Jan. 21 Rotary meeting
Princeton Rotarian Carl Pacunas (left) invited Jim Fatz and Princeton Police Chief Tom Root to be the guest speakers at the Jan. 21 Rotary meeting

PRINCETON — Princeton Rotarian Carl Pacunas introduced his guest speakers, Jim Fatz and Chief Tom Root, at the Jan. 21 weekly Rotary meeting.

Fatz is currently commander of special operations for a local law enforcement agency and Root is the current chief of police in Princeton. They are both certified Learn 2 Be Safe instructors and teach Illinois Concealed Carry classes. These classes are approved curriculum by the Illinois State Police. They discussed the importance of preparation and safety through education that approved Concealed Carry classes offer and answered questions regarding the Illinois Concealed Carry Law.

Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide, who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in their own communities, as well as in the world. Anyone interested in joining the Princeton Rotary Club should contact Phil Kaufmann, Rotary president, or any Rotary member. The club meets every Tuesday at noon at the Princeton Elks Lodge.

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