2015-03-20 / Society

Five Points Rotarians “Light up Rotary” with three in three

Contributed by Five Points Rotary


Robert Walker, Denise Holland of Harvest Hope, Teri Stomski, Gene Reeder, Jenny Isgett Robert Walker, Denise Holland of Harvest Hope, Teri Stomski, Gene Reeder, Jenny Isgett Through Rotary Has Heart, Five Points Rotarians partnered with Main Street United Methodist Church to “Light Up Rotary” by participating in three projects spanning three weeks.

The first project benefitted Harvest Hope Food Bank through the collection of non-perishable food items and cash donations, which were presented to Harvest Hope’s CEO, Denise Holland, at the Club’s February 6 meeting.

For the second project, the club held a “Suit Drive” and collected gently used business attire for Transitions Shelter, so its residents could put their best foot forward for job interviews.

The third project, an extension of Main Street UMC’s existing Homeless Sandwich Ministry, was held as a Rotary Day on February 12 at Main Street UMC, where Rotarians and guests made and delivered over 50 special “ Valentine's Meals” to area’s homeless population.

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