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Rotary women to the fore, honour for prison volunteer

Remember when Rotary was seen as the reserve for stiff upper lip blokes in pinstripe suits? Times have changed – at least in The Alice: Two out of three club presidents here are now women (pictured, from left) Erika Sauzier (Mbantua) and Fran Neylon (Stuart), with Mike Smith (Alice Springs) in the minority. Meanwhile another prominent service club worker, Probus president Enid Harland, received a prestigious award usually reserved for Rotarians, the Paul Harris Fellowship. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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