A long-serving member of Forres Rotary Club had an unexpectd surprise when he turned up for yet another voluntary gesture.
Andy Wardley immediately offered to help out at the Forres Health Centre when the call went round for helpers to man the car parks during the Covid-19 vaccine rollout today (23 January).
While on duty, he was presented with the Paul Harris Fellow award, by president Tanya Barker.
The Paul Harris Award is the highest award in Rotary, recognising the contribution a person makes to Rotary projects. The award was made for all the work he has done for the club, particularly behind the scenes and during the pandemic.
Tanya said: “Andy continues to phone some members of the club during lockdown to check in on them and continues to enthuse us all with his willingness to assist whenever he is called on. He shows true Rotarian Spirit. Congratulations.
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Hi I am Terry Morrisroe and wish to congratulate you Andy Wardley for the honour you have received. Well done. You remain an excellent example of a retired RAF SNCO. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel: 07948 699395.
Well deserved. He is a great guy who does so much for the community that many people know nothing about.