Published 4:27 pm Thursday, May 5, 2022
Introduced by club member Jessica Burnham, Kris Bowen of Beaufort-Hyde Partnership for Children, pictured with club president Henry Capogna, recently informed Washington Noon Rotary that their organization provides programs, services and support for children between the ages of birth to five to empower them to be successful in school and in life. They provide opportunities to strengthen early experiences for children while also engaging families and early educators in high-quality early care to support the growth of the “whole child.”
Upcoming events include the “Paint the Town Blue Children’s Parade and Festival” on May 10, 2022 in downtown Washington. The Partnership invites the community to join the organization in wearing blue May 10 to take a stand against child abuse and neglect.
The Washington Noon Rotary Club conducts weekly one hour luncheon meetings each Monday at King Chicken. Club members can also attend virtually through Zoom. Become a Rotarian and “Serve to Change Lives” within the community and beyond. For information about membership, contact Dot Moate at (252) 975-6309 or at email@example.com