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Crowder, Armentor named Paul Harris Fellows

Gloucester Rotary Club President Lisa Jackson recognized Paul Harris Fellows Dr. Richard Crowder and Arlene Armentor, from left, during the club’s Aug. 22 meeting at the Gloucester-Mathews Care Clinic. They are also shown with Club Director Henry Moncure.

Dr. Richard Crowder, longtime physician and volunteer with the Gloucester-Mathews Care Clinic and Arlene Armentor, the clinic’s executive director, were named Paul Harris Fellows by the Gloucester Rotary Club during its Aug. 22 meeting, which was held at the clinic. 
The Paul Harris Fellowship is named for Paul Harris, who founded Rotary with three business associates in Chicago in 1905, according to April Martinez, spokesperson for the local club. Established in Harris’ honor in 1957, the Fellowship acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name of $1,000 to the humanitarian and educational programs of The Rotary Foundation.
The programs can include an array of projects that save and invigo...

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