Chet Marshall named
'Paul Harris Fellow'
Marshall and Broyles
Marshall (left) receives his PHF citation from Rotary President Don Broyles.
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June 21, 2005

Between international tours and business seminars, Putnam's Chet Marshall touched down on his home turf long enough today to be recognized as a "Paul Harris Fellow" by the local Rotary Club.

Anyone who contributes or in whose name is contributed a gift of $1,000 or more to the Annual Programs Fund of Rotary International may become a Paul Harris Fellow.

Not only has Marshall contributed personal time and resources to community service through the Rotary Foundation, but he has challenged other Rotarians to join with him in worthy projects such as school books for an Entebbe (Uganda) orphanage and support of a talented Russian student to attend college in the United States.

Each new Paul Harris Fellow receives a commemorative certificate, a Paul Harris Fellow pin, and a medallion. Donors are eligible for Paul Harris Fellow recognition when their cumulative giving reaches $1,000.

Marshall joins an elite number in the Putnam club who are Paul Harris Fellows. They include Karen Broach, Don Broyles, Herman Dixon, Bob Keely, Mary Keely, Randy Lucas, Lana Newhouse-Taylor, Tom Midkiff and Rick Slater.

What does Marshall have to say about this? We couldn't reach him to ask! The noted writer, speaker, and business mentor is off to Russia to do some more service for his community and world.


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