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COVID-19 Food Releif Program to Honduras - 2020
This Project is supported by other clubs in the D7750 and Asheville. Food distribution has happened in the village of El Jural, one of the largest village, so far serving 1590 people, 300 families. 90 of those families are on the food list. El Bonete village, 91 families served. More updates on the way....
Ray Cheeks recepient of a Paul Harris, pinned by MC Yarbrough
Uganda, District Grant for Literacy and Education Project 2020
Thank you Rotary E- club of Carolinas for the support of school supplies items bought to support education program to Nyamyerambiko Primary school. The parents, community, and school administration are so much thankful for the huge support and contribution you have given to us.The team that received the items were so much thankful and appreciated the work done by the rotary club in partnership with ONE VILLAGE UGANDA organization. They asked for continued support.
District 7750 Luau - June 7,2020
Few E-Club members joined District 7750 Rotarians for a virtual luau celebration on June 7th.We had around 30% of our club there and accounted for almost 10% of the attendance!
Fundraising - 2020
Proceeds from the fundraising will help support our RYLA program, Interact , Model Village Water Project, Literacy Project in Uganda, Health and Hunger project in the Copan Region, Honduras
Rotary Birthday Celebration and Fellowship, Feb. 2020
The E-Club met in person today for training, fellowship and to celebrate the Rotary Birthday! Members are working on fundraising ideas. Check out the wooden coasters in the photo, please contact our Club President Mike Reid if you like to buy some. Great meeting at Hickory Knob State Park in Greenwood County, SC
People of Action
Rotary around the world is made of People of Action. Together We Transform, We Learn, We Save Lives, We Promote Peace, We Mentor, We Fight Hunger, We Empower. Join our Club and be part of the transformation.
Olanchito, Honduras Model Healthy Village Project - On going
Club Global Grant for the Model Healthy Village Project in the Buena Vista Area + 4 adjacent villages near Olanchito, Honduras. We are supplying water filters, latrines with septic fields for each household as well as providing a Village Health Worker for 4 other villages. The project also includes hand washing latrine maintenance training for the villagers. The goal is to substantially reduce disease and death by bringing clean water, safe sanitation, hygiene training and essentials.
Josh the Otter Water & Safety awareness Project 2018
“Josh the Baby Otter” was created to help children comprehend and remember this important message. Ultimately, we want to create a water safety behavior for all children that will be passed on from generation to generation. To know more visit https://joshtheotter.org/ Our club members supports this project locally in partnership with other terra clubs in the community.
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