October 21, 2021
 
Members of The Rotary Club of Salisbury tonight heard from another Rotarian about Mountaire Farms, the Delaware headquartered 4th largest chicken company in America, based upon weight of meat sold.  Zach Evans, a community relations manger for the 107 year old company, reviewed the company operations and its philosophy on being a good neighbor.  "Mountaire Cares" is the company's theme in giving back to the communities in which it operates.
 
 
Our raffle chairman Joe Stefursky said we were close to selling 3,500 tickets for this annual major money-raising event.  The drawing will be next Thursday night.  First prize...$10,000.
 
Using money raised by the raffle, the club learned of some of the upcoming service projects...the construction of a wheelchair ramp for the widow of a Vietnam War veteran; the giveaway of new winter coats to nearly 500 local youngsters; our 3-Point Initiative to help local non-profit groups that work with children instill in them the values of Integrity, Responsibility, and Academic Achievement; support for the worldwide program to eradicate polio; and help to improve the Easter Seals Camp Fairlee.
 
Interested in joining the growing number of members of The Rotary Club of Salisbury and becoming one of our People of Action?  Contact Ginnie Malone at 410-251-6188 or gmalone@cbmove.com  The club meets Thursday nights at 6:10 at the Rotary Scout and Community Center at 1715 Riverside Drive, Salisbury, Maryland.