Art Fisher

Art Fisher, left, stands with Erik Olsen who recently received a Golden Bear award for his Rotary service.

Carpinteria Morning Rotary President Kim Fly loves bears. She has seen them on the Franklin Trail and appreciates their grandeur and beauty. Fly found a Rotary Golden Bear pin and has asked club members to name Rotarians whose service is quiet and stealthy like a bear, but who have nonetheless done great service to the club. Recently, Erik Olsen received the award for his long service as the treasurer of the Morning Rotary Foundation which helps to sustain Tomol Park. Also honored was Leana Orsua for chairing a local Rotary fellowship meet-up at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, involving all nine area clubs.   

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