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Recognition for local Rotarians

30 Jul 2014

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Two of the founding members of the Rotary Club of Docklands have been recognised for their commitment to the club.

Mark Nutter and Jim Hardy were surprised when they were named Paul Harris Fellows at the club’s annual changeover lunch in June.

The pair, who were charter president and treasurer when the club was formed in 2009, weren’t told they were to receive the honour.  

Both remain active members of the club and have been credited with keeping it going, particularly in recent years when the number of members dwindled.

“It’s a great honour to be recognised,” Mr Hardy said.

Mr Nutter said friends, family and former club members were in attendance at the lunch to see the pair recognised.

The Paul Harris Fellow recognition is named after Rotary’s founder and aims to recognise the work of Rotarians.

“I felt they deserved it as, without them, the club wouldn’t exist,” Docklands Rotary Club president Richard Clark said.

The club continues to seek new members and invited anyone interested in joining to attend a meeting.

Docklands Rotary meets each Tuesday at 12.30pm (for 12.45pm – 1.45pm) at “The Village” at NAB’s 700 Bourke St building.

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