October 16, 2021
 
Rotary clubs from the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Delaware, with help from hundreds of community volunteers, spent today packaging food for poor people in their areas.  We worked with the National Meals of Hope organization. 
 
On the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland, the six local Rotary clubs assembled the meals at the Emmanuel Church. In all, more than 125 volunteers accomplished their task of preparing 60,000 meals in about two hours.  Throughout Delmarva, 300,000 meals were prepared.
 
The Lower Eastern Shore effort was made possible by these generous donors:  Choptank Electric Trust, Inc., The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore, the Salisbury Elks Lodge #817, American Legion Synepuxent Post #166, the M & T Charitable Trust, and the local Rotary clubs and their members.
 
Rotarians...People of Action. 
 
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.