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Rotarians Present Grants

By on May 17, 2018
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Greece Rotarians were pleased to be able to present grants to several local organizations thanks to the year’s successful fund raising events.

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Photos by Tony Pierleoni

Debra Salmon, Vice President of Al Sigl Foundation, received funding to assist with transportation needs for their annual WalkAbout event. Sharing in the presentation are (l-r) Rotarian and Al Sigl Board member Rino Pappano, Rotary President Chuck Gannon, Ms. Salmon and Rotarian Grant Chair Judie Van Bramer.

Debra Salmon, Vice President of Al Sigl Foundation, received funding to assist with transportation needs for their annual WalkAbout event. Sharing in the presentation are (l-r) Rotarian and Al Sigl Board member Rino Pappano, Rotary President Chuck Gannon, Ms. Salmon and Rotarian Grant Chair Judie Van Bramer.

Pastor Kirk Dueker, left, of Hope Lutheran Church, receives a check from Rotary President Chuck Gannon for their Food Pantry. The money was raised during the Club's Annual Red Wings events. Tips and commissions from Rotary volunteers staffing refreshment booths were shared with three of Greece Community Food Pantries.

Pastor Kirk Dueker, left, of Hope Lutheran Church, receives a check from Rotary President Chuck Gannon for their Food Pantry. The money was raised during the Club’s Annual Red Wings events. Tips and commissions from Rotary volunteers staffing refreshment booths were shared with three of Greece Community Food Pantries.

The Northwest Family YMCA  was the recipient of a grant to assist with funding for their Live Strong Cancer Survivor Program. Participating in the presentation were (l-r) Rotarian Judie Van Bramer, YMCA  staff member Meredith Quinlan, CEO Melinda Peck, Pam Clark and Rotary President Chuck Gannon.

The Northwest Family YMCA  was the recipient of a grant to assist with funding for their Live Strong Cancer Survivor Program. Participating in the presentation were (l-r) Rotarian Judie Van Bramer, YMCA  staff member Meredith Quinlan, CEO Melinda Peck, Pam Clark and Rotary President Chuck Gannon.