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On Friday, April 19th, Rotary answered the call from the City to help with sidewalk and curbside cleanup.  The group spent the hour walking Main and Washington streets collecting mostly cigarette filters , gum and other papers/cellophanes from the city streets. Thanks to Dan Mottern, Jan Levengood, Connie Hall, Ella Mottern, Dwane Benson, Joy Lunsford, Brian Leffingwell, Carol & Earl Bennett and Steve Kadlec (not pictured) for their "Service Above Self". 
Club banners were exchanged between president Brian Leffingwell and Sofie, our Rotary Youth Exchange student from Denmark.
The informal exchange was accomplished a day after Sofie returned from the RYE USA tour and 14 hours prior to her flight home.
(Photos by Dave Ostrom)
Moscow Rotary was asked to assist the nurturing of newly planted native trees at Phillips Farm located a couple of miles north of the city.  The assistance was to cut down weeds around the new plantings that would shed more light and allow more water to the new growth.
Randy Haylett, president of the Juliaetta-Kendick Good Samaritan Food Bank, received a check from the Rotary Club of Moscow for fifteen hundred dollars.  
The J-K Food Bank reached out earlier this year with the need to replace their old 12 cu ft refrigerator.  The Rotary donation, earned from selling Kettle Corn on Saturdays at the Moscow Farmers Market, was enough for the food bank to purchase a new 20 cu ft refrigerator.
The combined population of the J-K area is around 900 residents.  During the first part of this year the J-K food bank served 300 individuals. The addition of the large capacity refrigerator now allows for milk and dairy products to be a part of available food items.  The refrigerator, which can be reconfigured to a freezer will be able to accommodate turkeys this fall. 
The Rotary Club of Moscow made a $2,000 donation to Sojourners' Alliance.
Steve Bonnar, executive director at Sojourners, was invited to speak to the Rotary Club and update everyone on recovery efforts from the Dec. 18 fire to their facility on North Van Buren Street, which sustained fire, smoke and water damage in the two-story facility.
Rotary Club President Joy Lunsford surprised Bonnar with the check following his presentation.
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