TRAVERSE CITY — Cliff and Lottie Wagner spent decades of service at what is now the Greilick Outdoor Recreation & Education Center.

So the Rotary Club of Traverse City wanted to serve a special honor on the couple “for their selfless dedication to Camp Greilick and the Boy Scouts” specifically and the property in general.

In its 100th anniversary, the Rotary Club of Traverse City recently honored the Wagners with the Paul Harris Fellowship.

Named for the founder of Rotary International, it is the highest honor a local club can award to someone not a Rotarian.

“It was pretty special,” Cliff Wagner said of the honor. “I was just doing my job the best I could. It was a lot of years.”

“I thought it was kind of cool,” added Lottie Wagner. “I was

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