COnsTRUCTION GOING WELL
“My wife and I have tried to make the best possible use of ‘Comely Bank.’ We have entertained scores of Rotarians from all parts of the world, sometimes seating at our table guests from as many as eight different countries at one time. In honor of our guests, we have planted many trees in our friendship garden, and, in many instances, guests so honored have passed to the Great Beyond, but the trees still stand as memorials to our friendship.”
--Paul Harris in My Road to Rotary, p. 274.
The Harris Home on Longwood Drive was the home of Rotary’s founder, Paul Harris, and his wife Jean for 35 years.
Paul and Jean filled their home with friendship and friends. Today it stands as a monument to the neighborliness and goodwill they practiced there and in their travels around the world.
Now you can be part of this living tribute to neighborliness, tolerance, and world peace. Please contribute.