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Three new Paul Harris Fellows were recognized at the Rotary Club of Abaco’s “World’s Greatest Meal.” They were: Lauren Riviere - Office Manager for Riviere and Associates; Dwayne Wallas- former President of the Club whose legacy includes bringing the Rotary Blood Mobile to Abaco allowing many Abaconians to donate life-saving blood for the first time; and Desmond Bootle- former Club President who reinvigorated the Lowe House Project as well as many other projects including providing school supplies for children.

Rotary Honours Three New Paul Harris Fellows

Left to right: Lauren Riviere, Dwayne Wallas, Kay Brown (Rotary District Governor’s Wife), Desmond Bootle, Karen Pinder (Assistant District Governor), Club President Steve Davis, District Governor Dr. Paul Brown.
Left to right: Lauren Riviere, Dwayne Wallas, Kay Brown (Rotary District Governor’s Wife), Desmond Bootle, Karen Pinder (Assistant District Governor), Club President Steve Davis, District Governor Dr. Paul Brown.

Three new Paul Harris Fellows were recognized at the Rotary Club of Abaco’s “World’s Greatest Meal.” They were: Lauren Riviere – Office Manager for Riviere and Associates; Dwayne Wallas- former President of the Club whose legacy includes bringing the Rotary Blood Mobile to Abaco allowing many Abaconians to donate life-saving blood for the first time; and Desmond Bootle- former Club President who reinvigorated the Lowe House Project as well as many other projects including providing school supplies for children.

The award is named for the Rotary Club founder, Paul Harris, a Chicago lawyer who started Rotary International with three business associates in 1905. To receive the award $1000 must be donated in one’s name.

 

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