Posted on Nov 28, 2022
At a private ceremony and celebration at his home, Randy Scott was presented with a Paul Harris Fellow Award for his 34 years of volunteer service as a coach for Special Olympics Alpine Skiing. Coaching took Randy all over the world, attending seven World Games. He was also named Special Olympics Coach of the Year by Special Olympics BC several years ago. Randy‚Äôs knowledge and empathetic approach to coaching was to be admired and now retired, he will be dearly missed by Special Olympics. 
He has also been a member of the Executive of Vancouver Ski Foundation for over 25 years. 
Randy is the husband of Liz Scott, Past President (2007-8) of the Rotary Club of Squamish.  They now live in a beautiful country location about 40km south of Kamloops.
A Paul Harris Fellow is one of the highest awards that a Rotary club can make to a person in recognition of their service in the community.