Posted on Jun 05, 2018
For Immediate Release - May 31, 2018
Prestigious Paul Harris Fellowship Awarded to Tim Philips and Chris Dominato
(Abbotsford)  Rotary Club of Abbotsford’s President, Stacey Irwin presented Tim Philips of Berry Hills Foods and Chris Dominato, VP of Finance of Woodtone Industries with the prestigious Rotary Paul Harris Fellowship Award. “I am so pleased to be able to be make these presentations on behalf of our club. Both Tim and Chris demonstrate the very “heart” of Rotary and are shining examples of good people who are contributing greatly to our community to help make our communities a better place for all to live.”
Nominated by Past President Sara Lawson, Tim Phillips of Berry Hill Foods is receiving this award in recognition of his ‘service above self’ approach to his work and giving back to community. Now as a newly adopted member of the Rotary Club of Abbotsford he and Berry Hill Foods are continuing to expand their commitment.
Chris Dominato VP of Finance at Woodtone Industries and the newest director on the Abbotsford Police Board was nominated by Past President Leslie McConnell and is equally deserving of this award exemplifying the spirit of giving, community involvement and representing an organization where giving back to community forms a big part of Woodtone’s corporate culture including being donors of a large Playhouse to help raise funds for the Starfish Pack Program to feed hungry school kids in Abbotsford.
Left to right: Bill Bramwell (President-Elect), Sara Lawson (Past President), Tim Phillips (Plant Manager of Berry Hill Foods), Stacey Irwin (President), and Ron Kelly (Rotary Club Foundation Chair)
Left to right: Sara Lawson (Past President), Stacey Irwin (President), Chris Dominato (VP of Finance - Woodtone Industries), Leslie McConnell, (Past President), Ron Kelly (Rotary Club Foundation Chair) and Bill Bramwell (President-Elect)