Record set for Ro­tary

The Covington News - - Front page -

Teddy bears and touch­ing mo­ments: (Top) Ro­tary District Gov­er­nor Gar­land Gary Moore, left, is greeted by Cov­ing­ton Club Pres­i­dent Doug Bolton dur­ing his visit to the Cov­ing­ton Club on Tues­day. Bolton gave Moore a teddy bear on be­half of the club for the district gov­er­nor's col­lec­tion. While here, Moore met with Ro­tary Board Mem­bers to re­view their plans for the Ro­tary Year. He later gave a speech on the virtues of be­ing a Ro­tar­ian. The club set a record for most mem­bers to be­come Paul Har­ris Fel­lows in a year. Fel­lows are mem­bers who have gifted a $1,000 or more to Ro­tary Foun­da­tion ef­forts. Paul Har­ris Re­cip­i­ents at the meet­ing were Dan Babb, Dick Bel­lairs, Sherri Bolton, Libby Carter, Terry Clark, Paul Cour­chaine, Joe David­son, Dale Evans, Sally Evans, Bob Faulkner, Ge­orge Jef­fer­son, CL John­son, Christy Las­siter, Mike Las­siter, Clark Miller, Terry Ozburn, Johnny Smith, Otis Spillers, Bob Stafford, Dar­rell Tan­ner, Jim Tu­dor, Mar­i­lynn What­ley and Layla Zon. (Above) Gov­er­nor Moore, right, pre­sented a Paul Har­ris pin to Libby Carter — the widow of Ron Carter, who was a com­mu­nity leader and past pres­i­dent of the club. Carter, who re­cently passed away, made ar­range­ments for this spe­cial award for his wife be­fore his pass­ing. His son Ron Clark Jr. ac­cepted a Multi-Stone Paul Har­ris award for his fa­ther.

Mandi Singer/The Cov­ing­ton News

Mandi Singer/The Cov­ing­ton News

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