In photo on left, Rotary Club of O'Fallon president-elect Dale Upright and Rotarian Lee Yaeger are awarded as Paul Harris Fellows. It was their second and sixth fellowships, respectively. Jerry Albrecht, Rotary Foundation chairperson, is on the right. In photo on the right, the Rotary Club of O’Fallon honors its Rotary Youth Exchange students, Maggie Pauley, an OTHS sophomore who will depart for Germany in August, and Brendan Willcox, who recently arrived from Australia. Joining Maggie and Brendan are Rotarians Carm Walgamott, Lex White, Rich Lunan and Ed True.
In photo on left, Rotary Club of O'Fallon president-elect Dale Upright and Rotarian Lee Yaeger are awarded as Paul Harris Fellows. It was their second and sixth fellowships, respectively. Jerry Albrecht, Rotary Foundation chairperson, is on the right. In photo on the right, the Rotary Club of O’Fallon honors its Rotary Youth Exchange students, Maggie Pauley, an OTHS sophomore who will depart for Germany in August, and Brendan Willcox, who recently arrived from Australia. Joining Maggie and Brendan are Rotarians Carm Walgamott, Lex White, Rich Lunan and Ed True. Provided photos
In photo on left, Rotary Club of O'Fallon president-elect Dale Upright and Rotarian Lee Yaeger are awarded as Paul Harris Fellows. It was their second and sixth fellowships, respectively. Jerry Albrecht, Rotary Foundation chairperson, is on the right. In photo on the right, the Rotary Club of O’Fallon honors its Rotary Youth Exchange students, Maggie Pauley, an OTHS sophomore who will depart for Germany in August, and Brendan Willcox, who recently arrived from Australia. Joining Maggie and Brendan are Rotarians Carm Walgamott, Lex White, Rich Lunan and Ed True. Provided photos

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