Rotary donates to Aid for Infrastructure


President Bob Schaad of the Wilmington Rotary Club which meets at noon presented a check to Katherine Harrison Tigar for Aid for Infrastructure. Tigar reported earlier that Haiti had no damage from the two hurricanes that skirted the island. The dedicated medical building is complete and held the first medical clinic recently. The hired nurse will hold weekly medical clinics beginning in October. School has started and the students are receiving lunch daily, thanks to Rotary and a multi-vitamin daily, thanks to Clinton Memorial Hospital. There are 100 students at the school but tuition support is always needed.


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President Bob Schaad of the Wilmington Rotary Club which meets at noon presented a check to Katherine Harrison Tigar for Aid for Infrastructure. Tigar reported earlier that Haiti had no damage from the two hurricanes that skirted the island. The dedicated medical building is complete and held the first medical clinic recently. The hired nurse will hold weekly medical clinics beginning in October. School has started and the students are receiving lunch daily, thanks to Rotary and a multi-vitamin daily, thanks to Clinton Memorial Hospital. There are 100 students at the school but tuition support is always needed.

President Bob Schaad of the Wilmington Rotary Club which meets at noon presented a check to Katherine Harrison Tigar for Aid for Infrastructure. Tigar reported earlier that Haiti had no damage from the two hurricanes that skirted the island. The dedicated medical building is complete and held the first medical clinic recently. The hired nurse will hold weekly medical clinics beginning in October. School has started and the students are receiving lunch daily, thanks to Rotary and a multi-vitamin daily, thanks to Clinton Memorial Hospital. There are 100 students at the school but tuition support is always needed.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_IMG_2041.jpgPresident Bob Schaad of the Wilmington Rotary Club which meets at noon presented a check to Katherine Harrison Tigar for Aid for Infrastructure. Tigar reported earlier that Haiti had no damage from the two hurricanes that skirted the island. The dedicated medical building is complete and held the first medical clinic recently. The hired nurse will hold weekly medical clinics beginning in October. School has started and the students are receiving lunch daily, thanks to Rotary and a multi-vitamin daily, thanks to Clinton Memorial Hospital. There are 100 students at the school but tuition support is always needed. Courtesy photo