Dec 2012 Rotarian Sylvia Kelly receives an early Xmas present

Tue, Dec 18th 2012 at 12:00 am - 12:00 am

Sylvia receives an early Christmas present.


The highest award in Rotary has gone to a female member of the Greenock club for the first time when Rotarian Sylvia Kelly was presented with the Paul Harris Fellowship.

The presentation took place during the Christmas lunch, which was attended by Sylvia's family, District Governor Alex Blair, Past Rotary GB&I President Jim Moulson and District Extension Officer Jim Copland.

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