Mr. Joseph Robinson, Jr. will join us! Mr. Robinson is an author and motivational speaker and will be speaking to us about the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. Mr. Robinson is also involved in the Harrisburg area MLK Leadership Program.
Due to the current state of affairs, we will meet via Zoom.
While social distancing is important during the current situation, blood donation is now needed more than ever. If you can donate, please consider donating today. Every bit of help is needed to combat the epidemic; help today!
There will be plenty of events coming up including meetings with speakers who present on community areas we might support, or service projects we plan to work. Stay tuned below for more information on general meetings and events!
Up and Coming Events!
January 5 - Planning meeting on the spring service project of Mission Vision. Location: Zoom
January 12 - Jessica Secrest will be educating us on the concept of urban food forests and her work at the Sunflower Fields Community Garden in Susquehanna Township. Location: Zoom
January 19 - We are very honored to have Mr. Joseph Robinson, Jr. join us. Mr. Robinson is an author and motivational speaker and will be speaking to us about the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. Mr. Robinson is also involved in the Harrisburg area MLK Leadership Program. Location: Zoom
January 26 - The Manager of the Borough of Steelton, Ms. Anne Shambaugh, will provide an update of current community improvement projects and share possible projects where we might participate. Location: Zoom
From Rotary International
Rotary clubs of District 6200 (based in Lafayette, La.) are collecting relief funds to help thousands of victims after record flooding devastated communities in southern Louisiana earlier this month. Torrential rains caused rivers, streams, and bayous to swell, damaging or destroying more than 60,000 homes and killing at least 13 people. The U.S. Coast Guard and emergency responders helped rescue more than 30,000 residents from the rising flood waters. As of 25 August, more than 3,000 residents were still in emergency shelters even after the water receded. If you would like to help, you can contribute online or learn where to send money.
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