GENEVA — The Geneva Rotary Club welcomed three new members in induction ceremonies at recent meetings.

The new members are Linda Equinozzi, Ed Ferraraccio and Brian Mook.

Equinozzi has lived in Geneva for 17 years with her husband, Arthur. They have three children, Mark, Erin and Kate, who will be president of the Geneva High School Interact Club next year. Kate’s involvement in the high school version of Rotary got her mother interested in joining Rotary. She works as a pharmacist at both Geneva General Hospital and Auburn Community Hospital. Her sponsor was Christine Fitzgerald.

Ferraraccio is a graduate of Fairport High School and Syracuse University with a bachelor’s degree in political science. He joined Five Star Bank in 2016 as an assistant branch manager and mortgage loan officer in Geneva. He and his wife, Monica, have three daughters, Annabelle, Charlotte and Elizabeth. Brian Mook was his sponsor.

Mook, a Geneva native, has been employed by Five Star Bank for the last 16 years. He has served on the board of the Geneva Historical Society and has been a coach for Geneva Little League. He has volunteered for the March of Dimes, Community Lunch Program and is a member of St. Peter’s Church. He and his wife, Susan, live in Geneva with their three children, Jocelyn, Joseph and Abigail Arruda. He was sponsored by Joe Scibona.

After the formal induction ceremony, the three new members were presented with a membership pin and a certificate of membership.

Geneva Rotary meets at noon Wednesdays at Geneva Country Club.

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