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Local businessman awarded Paul Harris Fellowship

Micheal Kim, owner of the Gourmet Cup coffee shop in Sevenoaks Shopping Centre, is presented with a Paul Harris Fellowship by Wendy Neufeld.  - Submitted photo
Micheal Kim, owner of the Gourmet Cup coffee shop in Sevenoaks Shopping Centre, is presented with a Paul Harris Fellowship by Wendy Neufeld.
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The Rotary Club of Abbotsford-Matsqui has presented Michael Kim, owner of the Gourmet Cup coffee shop in Sevenoaks Shopping Centre with a Paul Harris Fellowship for his many years of support of the club and their annual wine festival.

The Rotary Club of Abbotsford-Matsqui have a long tradition of honoring deserving Abbotsford citizens with Paul Harris Fellowships including Councillor Patricia Ross, W.J. Mouat Football Coach Dennis Kelly,  Mary Boonstra, John Vissers, Laurie Shopl, Herman Driediger and Colette Squires.

Paul Harris Fellowships are awarded to persons giving exceptional service to the community.

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