Rotary Club of Seatuck Cove

 

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The community of Baie-Tortue in Anse-a-Galets, La Gonave, Haiti will be forever changed as Long Island Rotary Clubs unite to provide this third-world community with 1,000 gallons of clean drinking water each day.  Currently, this area of Haiti, located north-west of Port au Prince, only has contaminated, brackish water sources, which is responsible for many of the area’s water-borne diseases such as high blood pressure, diarrhea, typhoid, hepatitis, dysentery, and cholera.
 
 

The Rotary Club of Seatuck Cove proudly announces the induction of three new members.  Gannon Ruddy, Krystina Sconzo, and Amy Mahnken, residence of the greater Moriches area, have become our community’s newest Rotarians.

 
 
 
 
 

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Seatuck Cove

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We meet Thursdays at 6:00 PM
JC's Restaurant
2 Country Club Drive
Manorville, NY  11949
United States
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Our local food banks need our help in feeding the hungry in our community.  On Saturday, June 6, 2015, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., the Seatuck Cove Rotary Club will be receiving food and monetary donations at the King Kullen Supermarket, 25 Eastport-Manor Road, Eastport. 
 
To donate online, please visit http://www.gofundme.com/snxfys.
 
So clean out your own pantry, come to King Kullen to buy some groceries, or give in person or on-line to help stop hunger in our community.
 
We are sending our food and monetary donations to many of the local food pantries.  All food and monetary donations will stay local.
 
The Rotary Club of Seatuck Cove is about connecting leaders, exchanging ideas, making lasting change, and building the community.  We are neighbors, community leaders, and global citizens uniting for the common good.  With you, we can accomplish even more.  Please join us for a club meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Thursdays at JC’s Restaurant, 2 Country Club Drive, Manorville.  For more information, call Martin Hawley at 909-8241, go to www.seatuckcoverotary.org, or Facebook.
 
 
The community of Baie-Tortue in Anse-a-Galets, La Gonave, Haiti will be forever changed as Long Island Rotary Clubs unite to provide this third-world community with 1,000 gallons of clean drinking water each day.  Currently, this area of Haiti, located north-west of Port au Prince, only has contaminated, brackish water sources, which is responsible for many of the area’s water-borne diseases such as high blood pressure, diarrhea, typhoid, hepatitis, dysentery, and cholera.
 
 
 

The Rotary Club of Seatuck Cove proudly announces the induction of three new members.  Gannon Ruddy, Krystina Sconzo, and Amy Mahnken, residence of the greater Moriches area, have become our community’s newest Rotarians.

 
 
 
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