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Rotarian honors father with Paul Harris Fellowship

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Marlborough – At a recent luncheon meeting of the Marlborough Rotary Club, club past president, Emily Greenwood honored and surprised her father, David MacNeill, with a Paul Harris Fellow.

The Paul Harris Fellow, named for the founder of Rotary, is the highest honor that can be awarded to an individual. MacNeill is a retired on-air personality for the classical music radio station WCRB and is a polio survivor. Greenwood joined Rotary 10 years ago because she wanted to be a part of Rotary International’s PolioPlus program to help eliminate the disease.

Past President Bill Short offi ciated, and all the club members gathered around MacNeill to congratulate him. All the members of the MacNeill family were able to attend and witness the award presentation.

The Marlborough Rotary Club has served the people and organizations of the community since 1922. The club welcomes all men and women committed to serving the city.

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