Rotary Club supports Mountain Family Center |

Rotary Club supports Mountain Family Center

Members of the Rotary Club of Granby look over the results of their recent work day efforts at the Mountain Family Center. Rotary grants require hands-on participation from the sponsoring club members, and one of the objectives of the 2019-20 Granby Rotary humanitarian grant was to install and prepare raised garden beds for the Mountain Family Center. Pictured are, from left, Terry Sidell, Lesley Janusz, Sandra Moore, Susie Baird, Tom Chaffin, Waly Baird, and Tim Schowalter. Not pictured is Wayne Balnicki.
Courtesy Granby Rotary Club

The Rotary Club of Granby held a recent work day at the Mountain Family Center, for which one of the objectives was to install and prepare raised garden beds.

The beds will not only provide fresh vegetables for the center’s food bank, it will also offer opportunities for senior social engagement and physical health as seniors work in the garden beds.

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