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Harleston and District Rotary Club member recognised for ‘service above self’

Harleston Rotary Club: Rotarian John Archer on the right proudly receives a Paul Harris Fellowship award from the club president Alan Mutton
at the Charter Anniversary dinner in March. Photo: Submitted. ANL-140423-105140001

Harleston Rotary Club: Rotarian John Archer on the right proudly receives a Paul Harris Fellowship award from the club president Alan Mutton at the Charter Anniversary dinner in March. Photo: Submitted. ANL-140423-105140001

A Harleston and District Rotary Club member has been recognised for his contribution to society at their recent Charter Anniversary Dinner, held last month.

John Archer, pictured right, who has been a member of the club for 18 years, received the Paul Harris Fellowship Award, which was presented on the night by chairman Alan Mutton.

A Paul Harris Fellow can be any member of society, not only a Rotarian, who is deemed by a Rotary club to be a worthy recipient of a Paul Harris Fellowship award in recognition of exceptional service to society.

Mr Archer received his for his unstinting hard work for the benefit of local and international Rotary projects, and for his dedication to the principals of Rotary, one of which is `service above self’.

The dinner was attended by 68 members and guests.

 

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