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Albion Rotary honors Sharon Narburgh for commitment to Point Breeze area

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 8 September 2016 at 5:54 pm
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Photo by Tom Rivers

ALBION – Sharon Narburgh, owner of Narby’s Superette and Tackle, was recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow today by the Albion Rotary Club.

This is the highest honor given by Rotary. The Albion club will donate $1,000 in Narburgh’s name to Rotary International for humanitarian projects.

Narburgh is pictured with long-time friend and Rotarian Dick Pilon, left, and Bill Downey, chairman of the Orleans County Fishing Derby, which is run by the Albion Rotary Club. Narburgh sells more than half of the tickets for the fishing derby which runs for about two weeks every August.

She has been outspoken in promoting the fishery and Point Breeze area during her 50 years at Narby’s, including the 2013 community effort when Point Breeze was named “The Ultimate Fishing Town” by the World Fishing Network.