p>PHILIPSBURG:— Rotarian Brian Greene of the Rotary Club of St. Maarten-Mid Isle was honored with his PHF+2 by Rotarian Aernout Kraaijeveld as Brian and his wife Cathy donated pretty much everything they had on SXM to hurricane Irma victims: they let people stay in their home and let them use everything they had. Brian also gave away a motorcycle to provide needed transportation even though his own car was totaled. Brian was a medical student here on St. Maarten at AUC, he has now left us to peruse his internship back in the states. Brian is a past president of his previous club The Rotary Club of Carson City Sunset in Carson City, Nevada. Mid Isle Rotarians consider Brian a True Rotarian at Heart.
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Press Release from the Rotary Club of St. Maarten-Mid Isle