Bottoms and Rosson Named Paul Harris Fellows
by Bob Augustin Jr.
The Lawrenceburg Rotary Club named District Attorney General Mike Bottoms and Lawrence County Mayor Paul Rosson Paul Harris Fellows at their March 2 meeting. Neal Beard, President of the Lawrenceburg Rotary Club, named Bottoms and Rosson Paul Harris Fellows for their promotion of Lawrence County through the Southeastern Law Enforcement Training Seminar (SELETS).
A Paul Harris Fellow is a distinction shared by men and women in more than one hundred nations, many of whom have made significant contributions to world peace and understanding. A Paul Harris Fellow is awarded when $1,000 is contributed to the Rotary Foundation by the individual or the funds are contributed by another individual in honor or memory of the recipient.
When Paul P. Harris, the founder of Rotary, died in 1947, Rotarians the world over honored this remarkable man by creating this "living memorial" of Paul Harris Fellows. Contributions made by Paul Harris Fellows make possible scholarships which advance the work of the Rotary Foundation, one of Paul Harris’ favorite projects. Contributions also make possible various grant programs that fund World Community Service projects and local projects that are also supported by the foundation.
Pictured above are District Attorney General Mike Bottoms, Lawrenceburg Rotary Club President Neal Beard, and Lawrence County Mayor Paul Rosson.