The Rotary Satellite Club of Key Largo Sunset is proud to announce that it welcomed Nicole BlancheMelissa LopezLourdes Montagne and Sarah Masterson as new members in an installation ceremony held at Playa Largo Resort & Spa on December 3, 2018. 
Nicole Blanche, Melissa Lopez, Lourdes Montagne and Sarah Masterson Joined Rotary on December 3
 Left to right: Rotary Club of Key Largo president Jennifer McComb, new members Nicole BlancheMelissa LopezLourdes Montagne and Sarah Masterson, Satellite Club of Key Largo Sunset chair Lisa Feliciano, and Key Largo Rotarian Cheryl Powers. Cheryl sponsored Nicole and Melissa as new members, Lisa sponsored Lourdes, and Sarah was sponsored by Henry Menendez (not pictured). 
The Rotary Club of Key Largo installed four new members to its new Rotary Satellite Club of Key Largo Sunset on December 3 at Playa Largo Resort & Spa. 
Nicole BlancheMelissa LopezLourdes Montagne and Sarah Masterson join the 30 founding members of the new club officially chartered by Rotary International on October 4, 2018.  
"Eight out of 10 Rotarians worldwide are men. So, it's remarkable that we have 26 women in our new club of 34 members," said Key Largo Rotary president Jennifer McComb.  Rotary International was founded in 1905, but women were not permitted to join Rotary clubs until 1989, after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that women could not be excluded from membership.
The main Rotary Club of Key Largo, chartered in 1990, meets for breakfast every Wednesday morning. For more information, visit