HANOVER — The Hanover Rotary Club brought warmth and good cheer to fifty senior residents of the Morris View Healthcare Center during this holiday season.
Not to be stopped by this world-wide Corvid issue, the Club donated 50 blankets/throws to the senior residents. The program was initiated by Rotarians Kim Deckert and Val Kostenko and was a welcome gift to those seniors who would otherwise be alone through this quarantined holiday season with no relatives or visitors to share with. They were aided by Robin Dente, Hanover’s Administrative Assistant who helped with the outreach to Morris Views Daria Cohen.
Throughout the year the Hanover Rotary, as well as Rotary International, sponsors various fundraisers to support the many programs offering medical and economic aid for those in need throughout the world. Their Gift of Life Program provides much needed medical aid to children diagnosed with heart diseases. The Rotary Polio Plus has contributed much to the elimination of polio throughout the world and there are numerous other events and programs providing aid all over the globe.
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