Published 5:03 pm Thursday, October 6, 2022
As part of Breast Cancer Awareness month, the Washington Noon Rotary Club welcomed guest speaker Caddie Cowin to Monday’s weekly noon luncheon meeting at King Chicken.
Ms. Cowin, an ECU Health FNP, shared information concerning possible signs of breast cancer and the measures that should be taken to prevent or confront the disease.
In other club news, Club President Dr. David Loope encouraged all members to financially support Rotary International’s massive global effort to eliminate polio.
Meantime, the club continues to finalize plans for the organization’s largest annual fundraiser, the 24th annual Smoke on the Water Whole Hog Barbecue Festival scheduled for October 21-22 on the Washington Waterfront. All Smoke on the Water net proceeds help the Washington Noon Rotary Club to reinvest in more than 25 local non-profit organizations and charities.
Become a difference maker in our community by joining more than 70 Noon Rotarians who “serve to change lives” locally and globally. Contact Gail Baird concerning your membership at (571) 217-9235. “Imagine, Rotary!”