PARIS — The Rotary Club of Oxford Hills has announced its 2017 Rotarian of the Year is Tina Fox, who was presented a plaque, flowers and a Paul Harris Fellow Award at the club’s banquet held on March 26.

Fox has been a member of the club for two years and has done a lot in a short period of time. She is advisor of the Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School Interact Club, the high school version of Rotary, and has been working with the students in various areas to promote community service in school and the community. They won first place in the Oxford Hills Chamber of Commerce 2017 Christmas Parade, nonprofit category.

Fox has also been spearheading the Student of the Month program as the liaison between the school and the club. Each month, students and family are invited to attend breakfast with the Rotarians and be recognized for their efforts in school.

Fox is also chairing the upcoming May Day Play Day, a fun, free day for the children in the community. She has lots of activities planned to help make the event bigger and better than last year. She is recruiting Interact students to help, and getting many of the students from the sports team involved as well.

Fox was nominated for the award by members of the Rotary Club and was chosen by a committee of the club’s last three Rotarians of the Year.

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Tina Fox is chosen 2017 Oxford Hills Rotarian of the Year.

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