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ROCKY MOUNTAIN EXCHANGE CLUBS INSTALLS S.L. ATTORNEY AS PRESIDENT

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The Rocky Mountain District of the Exchange Clubs of America has installed Salt Lake attorney Brett F. Paulsen as its new district president. The installation took place at the district's 26th annual convention in Prospector Square Hotel.

Paulsen is a member of the Exchange Club of Salt Lake City. He is a stockholder and director of Richards, Brandt, Miller and Nelson. He has practiced law in Utah for more than 33 years and earned his juris doctorate degree from the University of Utah in 1958.Paulsen succeeds Dilworth Strasser, who will continue to serve on the board of directors. Other district officers are Janice VanCampen, president-elect, Sandy Club; Steve Solcz, West Valley Club, secretary; Ron Barlow, Bountiful Club, treasurer. Directors are Floyd Holm, Cedar City Club; Richard McRae, Bountiful Club; Dick Adair, Sandy Club; Lowell Lyle, Salt Lake Club; James Patterson, Ogden Club; Irene Josey, Fort Collins Club; and Bismark Wichey, Colorado Springs Club.

The Rocky Mountain District has 560 members in 18 Exchange Clubs in Utah, Wyoming and Colorado. The clubs are involved with child abuse prevention and diverse programs of community service.