The Shiloh Community Garden Service Project

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This summer our club participated in a service project at the Shiloh Community Garden. The project was completed over several work days over the summer. Many Rotarians from our club and family members along with a Passport Club member and several helpers from the community contributed to this project. Mulching, weeding, trimming, and path building were all part of the process. A remarkable transformation has taken place at the garden this year.

 

Summer Meals Program Service Project

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This summer our club volunteered to help with the Summer Meals Program for Buncombe County Schools. The purpose of the summer feeding program is to fill the gap in between school sessions where all children can thrive and succeed.Through this program, lunches and breakfasts were provided free to children at various sites across the county five days a week. Our club has provided volunteers every Thursday to assist at the Enka site throughout the summer.

District Governor G David Waechter Visit

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Our club was delighted to welcome District Governor G David Waechter to our weekly meeting on July 8th and hear his inspirational words for the upcoming Rotary year.  Our club is meeting weekly via Zoom and guests are always welcome! Send us a message if you would like to attend as a guest.

Calvary Episcopal Food Pantry

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Our club was proud to hand over a check for $2,000 to the Calvary Episcopal Food Pantry in May. We were able to do this due to the generosity of our amazing District 7670 and the emergency COVID-19 Disaster fund. Our members also spent Friday packing food boxes and Saturday delivering them to those in need. Our club provides volunteers at the food pantry one Saturday per month.

2017 International Rotary Conference

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John Sinnott and Craig Fender represented our club at the June 10-14, 2017, 108th annual Rotary International Convention, attended by tens of thousands of Rotarians from throughout the world. Looks like they had a great time and made many friends!

 

Bauer and Trayford Inducted

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This morning, Gaia Goldman (left) led the induction of Jennifer B. Bauer, L.G., owner of Appalachian Landslide Consultants, and Dr. Michael Trayford, owner of APEX Brain Centers, who is a long-time Rotarian and district Assistant Governor. Welcome to our group, Jennifer and Michael!