Gabby Greyem honoured with Paul Harris Fellowship
Umina business owner Ms Gabby Greyem has been honoured with a Paul Harris Fellowship award at the Rotary Club of Woy Woy.
Ms Greyem received her award during the club's Christmas in July meeting and was presented by past club president Mr Russell Grove.
"In introducing Gabby, Mr Grove said that she is an enormously important member of our community because she gives so much back," said club publicity officer Mr Vic Deeble.
"Gabby runs a business and cares for other people in the Umina Precinct where her business, Jasmine Greens Park Kiosk, is located.
"She takes in young people, trains the staff, cares about the environment and has taken on bureaucracies that have resulted in upgrades to the Umina Precinct that otherwise would not have happened.
"She epitomises the Rotary motto of Service above Self.
"In recognition of her contribution, she was presented her with a Paul Harris Fellowship, the highest award that can be made by a Rotary Club.
"Gabby thanked us both for the award and for supporting us in her campaign and for the work we do in the community," Mr Deeble said.
A special award was also given to club member Mr Barry Freeman, who received his quadruple sapphire pin.
"President Mr Don Tee said that sometimes it was a great delight to be president and that awarding Barry his quadruple sapphire pin was once such occasions."
Pictured are Mr Don Tee, Ms Gabby Greyem, Mr Russell Grove and Mr Barry Freeman.
Newsletter, 26 Jul 2019
Vic Deeble, Rotary Club of Woy Woy
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