Woonsocket Rotary honors Charles Seavor as the recipient of the Vocational Service Award. The coveted award represents one of the four cornerstones of the Rotary Club. Rotarians are charged to uphold high ethical standards in all their vocational and professional practices, to recognize the worthiness of all use occupations and to consider their own occupation as an opportunity to service society. The Rotary Club of Woonsocket advances this idea through its Vocational Service Award, created to recognize and honor Rotarian or community members or business, which has through their work practiced in keeping the highest ethical standards and strived to help others.

Seavor. a local architect, has been an active Woonsocket Rotarian since 1968, where he served as president in 1975-1976. He has been a recipient of the prestigious Rotary District Percy Hodgsen Award in 1994. In announcing the winner, President Donald Beauregard noted that Rotarian Seavor more than exceeds the ideals that the vocational service award represents. The Rotary Club of Woonsocket is fortunate to have Charlie as a mentor and an example of the Rotary Mission as stated in his award.