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Clubs Making a Difference in Their Communities

Carrollton Dawnbreakers completed their Road Clean Up - finalizing the 2020-2021 Rotary Year with a Service Project!

The Rotaract Club of Atlanta recently packed fruits, vegetables and other fruit items and loaded them onto the delivery cars so that the Concrete Jungle could deliver them to families in need. Concrete Jungle transforms overlooked and underutilized land into a healthy food source to those in need!

Well done Alpharetta Rotary. Restroom facilities being built by our members for the charity Meals Buy Grace. Way to go team. A few more builds and we will finish this.

The Paulding Rotary Club has a long-standing annual cookout for the seniors here in Dallas. For decades now members have grilled hotdogs and hamburgers to provide a freshly cooked meal for the seniors. Given the pandemic circumstances these past two years it has not been easy to keep this tradition going. Thanks to the WellStar Nursing staff there was a safe way made possible to deliver these special meals. Rotary Club members brought everything to the Wellstar Paulding Nursing Center in Dallas. The nurses and staff members took the grilled food and the rest of the meal preparations for the residents.

The Rotary Club of Fayetteville has just about completed the playground at Oakridge Estates. Our district matching grant provided the seed money for this children’s playground at the Habitat built 48 unit residential area.

The Rotary Club of Johns Creek - North Fulton celebrates importance of local arts programs and the service to community. The Johns Creek Arts Center & Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra both received checks for $2,000.

Peachtree City is incredibly proud of the Unsinkable Magnolias. They individually started paddling in our Dragon Boat 101 open-to-the-public sessions. These women had so much fun that they decided to form a team to race at our September festival. THEN, they chose to invest in nine9 weeks of Next Level Training with head coach Jessica Shotwell Walker.

Posted by Jackie Cuthbert
July 6, 2021


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