LFP Rotary Club Foundation honors two of their own

Saturday, January 24, 2015


Frank Michiels of Lake Forest Park Rotary Club Foundation presents Dr. Anthony Santorsola 
with a John E. Halver Award fish pin as a sustaining donor to the Club’s Foundation.

 
During January the Lake Forest Park Rotary honored two of their own as sustaining donors to the Lake Forest Park Rotary Club Foundation.

The LFP Rotary Club Foundation works with the local community and Youth Services to provide assistance in many areas.

On Wednesday, January 21, 2015, Anthony Santorsola was presented with a John E. Halver Award Fish pin from Frank Michiels of Lake Forest Park Rotary.


Sally Renn of Lake Forest Park Rotary Club Foundation presents Mike Bugni 
with a John E. Halver Award fish pin as a sustaining donor to the Club’s Foundation.


On January 7, 2015 Mike Bugni was presented with the same award from Sally Renn, President of LFP Rotary Foundation.

The pin, a Chinook salmon, is a tribute to John Halver who did most of his research studying Chinook Salmon nutrition. The Foundation is named in honor of Dr. John E. Halver III, NAS for his work worldwide with fish nutrition. Dr. Halver  was acclaimed by the National Academy of Science as  one of the top scientists in the world in 2005.

He was also a long time member of the Rotary Club of Lake Forest Park, and graciously accepted the honor of using his name for the LFP Rotary Club Foundation when it was founded in 2012.

Please help to fund our work in our own community, and, you too, can become a member of the “Fish” Society. Contact Lake Forest Park Rotary members to ask how you can help.

Marjorie Ando, Rotarian wrote this tribute to the Chinook Salmon.

The Chinook Salmon

Salmon, one of the most spirited of fish,
So full of energy and power,
fights its way with strength and determination up
swift-running streams and waterfalls.
Salmon stand for courage and the ability to
overcome all obstacles.

So, too, do the Lake Forest Rotary Club members,
a group of “Doers”, dedicated to "Service Above Self “ 
in all they do.


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