TV 20's Bob William;s Honored for Community Service
As the noon anchor for TV 20, Bob Williams is rarely at a loss for words.
But today, the man who speaks daily to thousands of TV 20 viewers was left speechless.
Williams was awarded the E.T. and Vam York "Service Above Self" award by The Rotary Club.
The award is giving annually to members of the community who show a commitment to public service.
Williams was presented with a trophy, medallion, and pendant.
In addition, a donation of $1,000 was made to the Paul Harris foundation in William's name.
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