Gwinnett Rotarians honor bus driver for service to those in need

Michele Bourdonnay was expecting to see the “bug man” standing at her door when her dogs began barking and the door bell rang at her home in Dacula on Monday morning.

That’s what her daughter had told her to expect, at least.

Rather than finding someone ready to do pest control, Bourdonnay instead opened her front door and found herself face-to-face with Rotary Club of Gwinnett President Terry Swaim, who was holding an oversized check for $500 with her name on it. Next to him was another Rotarian who was holding balloons and flowers for her as they recognized her contributions to the community.