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  • Writer's pictureSheryl Barlow

Honoring Excellence: John Harris Receives the Frederick Clifton Moor Award


On Wednesday, May 8th, the Rotary Club of Tallahassee bestowed a prestigious honor upon one of its own – John Harris. The award was presented by last year's recipient, Walter Manley II. The Frederick Clifton Moor Award, established in 1984, is a symbol of recognition for individuals within the Club who exemplify exceptional service to Rotary, commitment to their community, and dedication to the principles of "service above self."

Named after Dr. Frederick Clifton Moor, the founding President of the Rotary Club of Tallahassee, this award holds a special significance within the organization. It is considered the highest honor that a Club member can receive, a testament to their unwavering dedication and contributions.

John Harris, the latest recipient of this esteemed award, stands as a shining example of Rotary's core values. Throughout his tenure, John has demonstrated a profound commitment to service, both locally and internationally. His tireless efforts have not only enriched the lives of those in his community but have also made a meaningful impact on a global scale.


Beyond his remarkable service to Rotary, John's dedication to his chosen vocation and his unwavering support for the Club's mission are truly commendable. His passion for making a difference, coupled with his leadership and integrity, embody the spirit of the Frederick Clifton Moor award.

As we celebrate John's achievements, let us also reflect on the profound impact that individuals like him have on our communities and the world at large. Their selfless dedication serves as a beacon of hope and inspiration for us all, reminding us of the power of service and the importance of giving back.

Congratulations, John Harris, on this well-deserved honor. Your exemplary leadership and commitment to service are an inspiration to us all. Thank you for embodying the true spirit of Rotary and for making a positive difference in the world.



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