Paul Harris Fellow Awards

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What happens when my Club names me a Paul Harris Fellow? 

Be very proud and honoured. In your name the Club has donated the sum of US$1000 (or more) to The Rotary Foundation.

The Club is honouring you in a very special way and you should be proud of that, however you are still encouraged to personally make contributions to the Foundation and it should not discourage others to make further contributions on your behalf to continue to support the programs of the Rotary Foundation.

Remember, a Paul Harris Fellow recognizes an individual who contributes US$1000 to The Rotary Foundation or has that amount contributed in his or her name.

2015-Ellen Wodchis, Marlene Madar, Linda Landry

What happens when my Club names me a Paul Harris Fellow? 

Be very proud and honoured. In your name the Club has donated the sum of US$1000 (or more) to The Rotary Foundation.

The Club is honouring you in a very special way and you should be proud of that, however you are still encouraged to personally make contributions to the Foundation and it should not discourage others to make further contributions on your behalf to continue to support the programs of the Rotary Foundation.

Remember, a Paul Harris Fellow recognizes an individual who contributes US$1000 to The Rotary Foundation or has that amount contributed in his or her name.

2014-Pam King-Founder of Tylers Warmth


2013-Ken Walsh-“Ken Walsh is a very private man who has a strong religious belief and a desire to help the less fortunate. He has found an area where he can make a difference for young people in Uganda. He is a perfect example of what one person can do in Service Above Self.”
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2012-Carlo TuravaniWigs for Kids -Carlo Turavani was recognized by the Rotary Club of St. Catharines Lakeshore. Carlo was applauded for his drive to establish Wigs for Kids in 1997 as a non-profit organization to help children who have lost their hair as a result of medical circumstances. Image