[Spring, Texas] July 18, 2013 – Signs By Tomorrow of Houston North, Spring and The Woodlands co-owner Angela Schimmels received the international Paul Harris Fellow recognition during the Rotary Club of The Woodlands annual banquet.
A Paul Harris Fellow recognition is a distinguished honor awarded to a person who has contributed, or in whose name a contribution of $1,000 has been made, to the Annual Programs Fund and other programs of The Rotary Foundation. The Paul Harris Fellow distinction is presented to members within each rotary worldwide. Fewer than ten percent of members of the Rotary Club of The Woodlands have achieved this recognition.
Schimmels joined the Rotary Club of The Woodlands in 2012 and took an active role right away, participating in the Rotary’s Meals on Wheels program, holiday bell ringing, literacy group and other club events. Signs By Tomorrow of Houston North, Spring and The Woodlands also donated many signage items used for Rotary events and projects.
“I am extremely honored, humbled and surprised to have been recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow,” says Schimmels. “This distinction strengthens Signs By Tomorrow of Houston North, Spring and The Woodlands’ commitment to community service and shows others we mean what we say.”
Schimmels and her husband, Jeff, have owned and operated Signs By Tomorrow of Houston North, Spring and The Woodlands for eight years. According to Schimmels the center has an excellent reputation for providing an exceptional customer experience and serving its local community.
For more details about Signs By Tomorrow of Houston North, Spring and The Woodlands, please visit www.signsbytomorrow.com/spring/.