Danville Rotary Club recently honored Tweedy Minor with a Paul Harris Fellow award.
Minor played the piano at Rotary meetings for more than 40 years.
In presenting the award, Rotary President Liz Cook said, "Tweedy, we brought you here today not only because we miss you but because we want to recognize your years of service to this club and to thank you for the energy, enthusiasm and heart you have given us through your music.
"There are many in the Danville community who have been touched by your generous spirit and your enthusiasm for life ... You have shared your heart and music generously with this community."
A $1,000 donation was sent in Minor's honor to the Rotary Foundation.
The award is named for Rotary's founder, Paul Harris, a Chicago lawyer who started Rotary International with three business associates in 1905. Rotarians and other honorees are designated a Paul Harris Fellow as a tribute to their life which demonstrates a shared purpose with the objectives of The Rotary Foundation.