Exchange Club of Indian River honors Cathie Callery

VERO BEACH — Exchange Club of Indian River presented its most prestigious award, the Book of Golden Deeds, to Cathie Callery. R.J. MacMillan, chair of the Golden Deeds committee, surprised Callery with the award at the Club’s luncheon meeting at Culinary Capers on June 10. Her husband Rob accompanied her to the presentation. The Book of Golden Deeds award, a National Exchange Club program since 1919, honors the quiet, good deeds of America’s unsung heroes, exceptional individuals who provide exemplary volunteer service to the community at large.The Club honored Callery for her service to a wide variety of organizations. She currently serves as a Board member of the Vero Heritage, Inc. (Heritage Center) and is the chair of its 2010 USO Dinner Dance.She is also a committee member for Downtown Fridays, Christmas in Downtown, Hibiscus Festival, Miss Hibiscus Pageant, and Main Street Vero Beach, of which she is a former Board member. She is a member of the Promotions Committee of the Indian River County Healthy Start Coalition Taste of the Treasure Coast and Dancing with Vero’s Stars. She is a long-time volunteer for American Cancer Society, a past chair of the Citrus Gala and Cattle Barons’ Ball, and a current member of the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer committee.She served on the Board of Directors of the Oceanside Business Association from 2000-2008 and on the Summer Concert committee for the Vero Beach Museum of Art in 2006 and 2007.Information: Club president Scott Wallace (772) 538-5484, or Exchange Club of Indian River Foundation President Robert Poore at (772) 360-3137, or visit and

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