Honorary Paul Harris Fellows

and the

Paul Harris Fellowship Recognition Luncheon

The Paul Harris Fellowship Recognition Luncheon is usually held in March at The Huntington.  The San Marino Rotary Club will honor one or two individuals who have made significant contributions to the greater San Marino community.   We do this by donating $1000 to the Rotary Foundation in their name; thereby making them a Paul Harris Fellow.  Past recipients include a minister, educators, Police Chief, Fire Chief, Librarian, School Board member, City Council member, Girl Scout leader, newspaper editor, and numerous individuals who have been volunteers for a variety of community activities. Many have had significant leadership positions.

The Foundation Committee is responsible for the selection of the individual or individuals.  Recipients are announced when invitations are sent to regular attendees of the luncheon.  Family members and friends of the honorees are encouraged to attend.  Information about making reservations will be found on this website.

2017 Luncheon

Paul Harris Fellowship Luncheon, at The Huntington, March, 2017

2016 Luncheon

Paul Harris Fellowship Luncheon, at The Huntington, March, 2016

Past Honorary Paul Harris Fellowship Recipients

2017
Dick Durant

2016
Lisa Hinchliffe Link

2015
Arron Weiss
Billie Youngblood-Knolle

2014
Mary Edith Peck
Ivy Sun

2013
Nam Jack
John Morris

2012
Greg Forgatch
Tim Sloan

2011
John Penido

2010
Charlene Liebau
Valerie Gumbiner Weiss

2009
Betty Brown
Alan K. Yung, MD

2008
Mitch Lehman

2007
Melanie Arms
Linda Gentry

2006
Winnie Reitnouer

2005
Barbara Maxwell

2004
Jeanne Cornwell
Wray Cornwell

2003
Eugene Dryden

2002
Marjorie Telleen
Sherman Telleen

2001
Sandra S. Fastnow
Sylvia L. Wikle

2000
George N. Boone
Mary Lou Boone
Warren Weber

1999
Patricia Connell
Paul E. Schickle

1998
Mary B. Hunt
Midge Sherwood

1997
Virginia H. Randall
James Shearer

1996
D. Scott Cameron
Richard E. Giss

1995
Judith Carter
David Destino

1994
Marvin R. Carlson
Philip Ryan

1993
Donald Clark
Cathy Mencer Chappell
Winifred Veronda

1992
David Narver
Selma Sax
Mary Snaer

1991
Sue Garrison
King Stewart

1990
Louis Creveling
Tom Pike

1989
James R. Hutter
Merlin Olsen

1988
Lois Mathews

1987
Suzanne C. Crowell
Rosemary Simmons

1986
Anne L. Dingus
Bruce G. McGregor

1985
Mary Louise Class
Maurice Jones, Jr.

1984
James W. Moore
Jack D. Yeske

1983
Barbara Bice
Dorothy Rice

1982
Phoebe Wilcox

1980
Beverly E. Saunders

1973
Bertrand R. Crist

Meeting Information

Thursdays at 12:10 PM

San Marino Community Church, Fellowship Hall

1750 Virginia Road
San Marino, CA Map It

Our meeting location occasionally changes.  Click “More info” in the Upcoming Events section below to confirm the location.

Upcoming Events

Luncheon Meeting: CROSSING AMERICA BY BICYCLE
October 19th 2017
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Luncheon Meeting: FRIENDS OF THE LOS ANGELES RIVER
October 26th 2017
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Luncheon Meeting: JACK LONDON
November 2nd 2017
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Luncheon Meeting: VETERANS DAY RECOGNITION
November 9th 2017
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Luncheon Meeting: ROSE QUEEN & COURT
November 16th 2017
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Board of Directors Meeting - San Marino Rotary Club
November 17th 2017
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