Paul Harris Fellows: Reginald Hodges, Roslyn Grace, Meg Solera

Pictured from L to R: Reginald Hodges, Roslyn Grace, Meg Solera


Reginald Hodges joined Rotary in 2012.  He retired as executive director of the Durham Literacy Center.  He’s been very active in Rotary serving on the Board under two Presidents and chairing the Sgt at Arms for two different years.
Reggie volunteers with the UMCA and is on the National Advisory Board of the Ackland Museum of UNC-Chapel Hill..
He and his wife met some 50 years ago while working in the Peace corp in West Africa where they lived for almost two decades.  Last year they gifted over 27 works of West African art to the Nasher Museum in Durham. PHF+2
Roslyn Grace joined Rotary in 2005 in DC then joined our club in 2013.  Ross retired from the International Medical Corp where she did everything from setting up and staffing new offices when needed to heading up HR.  She was actually a guest speaker at our Durham Club in 2006 before she every joined.
She currently serves on our Board of Directors, has been one of our most dedicated Salvation Army Bell ringers for the past consecutive 10 years and participates in almost every dinner, Centerfest, project and activity we have.  PHF+4.
Meg Solera joined Rotary in 2001 in California and became a member of our Durham Club in 2007.  Rotary was her way of emerging herself into a new town  and making friends in a place where she had just moved and knew no-one.
Her old club did a lot of volunteer and service work at that time whereas our club really didn’t.  When she suggested scholarship and progressive dinners, etc. everyone said, “Meg, that’s a great idea.  Whey don’t you head that up?”  So she was off and running.
She has been VP under two presidents, on the board. For two terms, chaired the scholarship and fellowship committees and been on the membership committee.  PHF+4

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