Paul Harris Fellow recognition was created in memory of Paul Harris, the founder of Rotary as a way to show appreciation for contributions to the Foundation’s charitable and educational programs.

A Paul Harris Fellow is an individual who contributes $1,000 in their own or in another persons name to the Foundation. Every Paul Harris Fellow receives a pin, a medallion, and a certificate when he or she becomes a Fellow. This identifies the Paul Harris Fellow as an advocate of the Foundation’s goals of world peace and international understanding.

The following members have the distinction of being Paul Harris Fellows:

Scott Tarkenton

Photo of Scott Tarkenton 2016 – 2017

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  • 2016-17 Club Awards

    June 8, 2017 // 0 Comments

    2016-17 D7710 AWARDS STATUS (47 Clubs) RI PRESIDENTIAL CITATIONS achieved by the following 10 Clubs:
    • East Chapel Hill
    • E-Club
    • Garner
    • Kerr Tar
    • North Raleigh
    • Oxford
    • Raleigh
    • Raleigh Midtown
    • Southwest Durham
    • Wakefield-Wake Forest
    DISTRICT AWARDS achieved by the following 5 Clubs: Governor's All-Star Hall of Fame Award: (see footnote below)
    • Oxford
    Governor's All-Star Club Award: (see footnote below)
    • North Raleigh
    • Raleigh Midtown
    • Southwest Durham
    • Wakefield-Wake Forest
    Zone 33 Public Image Citation achieved by the following 8 Clubs:
    • Durham
    • Durham Sunrise
    • E-Club
    • Kerr Tar
    • North Raleigh
    • Oxford
    • Southwest Durham
    • Wakefield-Wake Forest
    Footnotes:
    1. To achieve Governor's Hall of Fame Award clubs must achieve: at least 10% of members as All-Stars; Presidential Citation; Club Attendance at least 65%; PolioPlus giving at least $30.00 per capita; TRF giving at least $100.00 per capita; 10% Rotarians/guests attend RI Atlanta Convention.
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  • Club Members Clean Up at Shelley Lake

    September 25, 2016 // 0 Comments

    Today our club held its biannual Shelly Lake Park community service clean-up project, hosted by Paul Stone, Director of our club’s Community Service Committee. Fourteen club members, plus thirteen family members and guests, participated.

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