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MERRIMACK ROTARY PRESENTS CHECKS TO LOCAL FOOD BANKS

Rotary Officers present Ron Pouliot (Riverside Christian Church) and Donna Johnson (St. James) with $250 checks for food banks.  L-R Ron Pouliot, Donna Johnson, Andy Steeves (Rotary President), Jane Hoover (Rotary Secretary).
Rotary Officers present Ron Pouliot (Riverside Christian Church) and Donna Johnson (St. James) with $250 checks for food banks. L-R Ron Pouliot, Donna Johnson, Andy Steeves (Rotary President), Jane Hoover (Rotary Secretary).

MERRIMACK, NH -- The Rotary Club of Merrimack recently presented three local food banks with donations collected during the month of November.  Checks for two-hundred and fifty dollars ($250.00) a piece were given to St. James, St. John Neumann, and Riverside Christian Church,  on Thursday, December 5.  Ray Pouliot , from Riverside Christian Church and Donna Johnson, from St. James were present to receive their donations from Club President Andrew Steeves and Community Service Chair, Jane Hoover  "There are too many in Merrimack who need food," said Rotary Club President Andy Steeves.   "Because of the generosity of Rotarians in the Merrimack Club, we were able to give $250 to three important and necessary food banks in town this year."
   Founded in 1971, the Rotary Club of Merrimack is a volunteer organization of business people and professionals supporting the community. Merrimack Rotary projects have included scholarships, raising of the Roger Duhamel Pavilion, Twin Bridge Trail Markers, reconstruction of Kids' Kove Playground, support for Merrimack flood relief, the Merrimack July Fourth festivities, the Rotary 4-Way Speech Contest, Interact Club, lighting at Reeds Ferry fields and more. The club works with other Rotary Clubs on international projects like eradication of polio, Pure Water for the World, and hurricane relief in Honduras. To RSVP for a meeting or for information about membership, email merrimackrotary@gmail.com or contact Chris Christensen at 603.424.2542  or Chris@ChristensenNH.com or visit www.merrimackrotary.org.

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