John Stirling presented Past President Sandy Paton with his award
President of the Rotary Club of West Fife in its tenth anniversary year was Sandy Paton, a native of Elderslie near Paisley Sandy moved to Dalgety Bay in 1971 where he lived for for four years until making the short trip along the river to Limekilns. In 1977 he took up a post as civil engineer working on a secondment to the Government in Hong Kong, returning to Scotland three years later.
He also worked in the Scottish Office and with SEPA.
Sandy has been a loyal servant and supportive member to the club. Devoted to Rotary ideals, very worthy of his PHF.
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more Past President was awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship in June 2010.
more Robin Grant was awarded the Paul Harris Fellowship
at the club's 40th Charter Dinner in June 2019
more The highest accolade a Rotarian can receive!
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more Ian Borland was awarded the Paul Harris Fellowship at the Charter Dinner in 2006
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