Bracebridge Rotary's Citizen of the Year announced
The Rotary Club of Bracebridge announced yesterday, that after a lifetime of service to the community, Paul Hammond is being honoured for his contributions as the Rotary Club’s Citizen of the Year. His name will now be added to a list that includes many of Bracebridge’s most notable citizens, including Paul’s late brother Orv, who was the first person ever to win the honour in 1982.
Paul says he was very surprised and honoured, saying “I was raised to give back to the community and to be acknowledged for that by your own club is really special.”
Rotary’s Citizen of the Year Chair, Doug Marshall says “Paul not only qualifies but exceeds the criteria in his selfless contributions and hard work by helping our citizens who are in need.
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