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Paul Harris Plus honorees push Fallbrook Rotary over $500,000 goal

FALLBROOK – The Rotary Club of Fallbrook Foundation’s goal of $500,000 was achieved when eight club members’ Paul Harris Plus contributions pushed the figure to $503,910. Harris was the founder of Rotary.

Contributors to the club’s RI Foundation in $1,000 increments receive the Paul Harris Fellow designation, a medallion, pin and certificate. As Paul Harris Fellows make additional $1,000 contributions, they receive a new pin with more or different types of gems on them.

Each contribution designates a Paul Harris +1, +2, and so on. Recognized at a recent meeting of the Fallbrook Rotary Club were club members Margaret O’Leary +1, Bob Tavano +2 and +3, John Duling +3, Steve Jones +4, Jack Rockwell +4, Pat O’Leary +5, Derwin Williams +6, and Bob Franz +6 and +7.

Making the presentations was the Fallbrook Club’s RI foundation chair Connie Fish. Pinning the members was club president Tom Koehler. The monies provide funds for the local Rotary Club’s RI Foundation to make contributions to Rotary International worldwide community efforts such as the eradication of polio, water wells for villages, schools where there are none, food for the hungry, medical facilities and equipment, and micro-credit for individual entrepreneurs to start a business.

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