Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Rotary Club honours crime prevention employee
Released by Cpl. Len vanNieuwenhuizen, Chilliwack RCMP/Handout photo
Thursday, July 11th, a Chilliwack Crime Prevention Society employee,
Mr. Dave Serblowski, was presented the Paul Harris Fellowship Award for
Community Service by the Chilliwack Mount Cheam Rotary Club.
Mr.Dave Serblowski is the face of the Crime Free Multi Housing Program having been employed with the Chilliwack Crime Prevention Society for the last seven years.
Dave has been much more than this as he is often managing the society volunteers, on his own time, in traffic and parking duties at public events such as the Chilliwack Flight Fest. Dave also gives of his own time in doing Crime Prevention and Public Safety information tables at public events and safety talks to seniors.
“Dave is a very humble man and was deflecting this honour to his wife and the people he works with. I am honoured to know and work with this man, and it is great we have a person that is willing to give back to his community," says supervisor, Cpl. Doug Kivinen of the Chilliwack RCMP. "The Upper Fraser Valley Regional Division RCMP is certainly proud and honoured to work with such dedicated people like Dave,"
The Rotarian presenting the award to Dave acknowledged that, “Dave loves every minute of what he does but his family is his real treasure and he gives his wife so much credit and thanks for her support. For all of his hard work and commitment in keeping our community safe, Dave is certainly very deserving of a Paul Harris Fellowship award."
The Paul Harris Fellow Award is the highest honour a club can bestow on a person, either inside or outside the club. The award is named after Paul Harris is who the founder of Rotary. The award acknowledges "service above self" which that individual has offered to their community, their nation or indeed to the world.
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