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Sunday July 12 would have been our annual Fly-In Breakfast at the Chautauqua County Airport in Dunkirk. It is cancelled THIS year due to the coronavirus pandemic. In its place, Rotary is partnering with Chautauqua County Rural Ministry Inc to distribute 150 do-it-yourself Pancake Breakfast Kits. For families with children, each kit will contain a balsa wood airplane. Eliza (front) and Luke and Ava (rear) McFall, children of Rotarian Joe McFall, recently tested the planes to make sure they are in good operating condition. (They are.)
Members of the Dunkirk-Fredonia Rotary Club and staff members from Chautauqua County Rural Ministry met recently to inspect the ingredients for 150 Do-it-Yourself Pancake Breakfast Kits that will be distributed to hungry area families on July 12. The food distribution program is being done in place of the Annual Fly-In Breakfast because having the event during the coronavirus pandemic was not deemed advisiale. Pictured left to right are: Michele D. Starwalt, Rotary Assistant Governor for Area 16 of District 7090; David Tiffany, past chair for the club's Annual Fly-In Breakfast; Kathleen Peterson, Executive Director of CCRM; and Bridget Majka, CCRM Director of Programs.      

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Operation Thanks from Above

May 16 2020

In honor of the heroic First Responders, Medical and Essential Workers in the Western New York Region 

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 Four members of the Rotary District 7090 Vocational Training Team (VTT) recently presented a program about their May 8-29 trip to the Sao Paulo Rotary District 4480 in Brazil for the purpose of gaining insights into the medical industry there.  Pictured are (left to right) Bob Artis, Rotary District 7090 Governor; Dan Smith, Rotary District 7090 VTT Chair; Jennifer Schoenhals, RPh and VTT Leader; and VTT Members Anna-Marie Wysynski, MD; Claire Harkness, RPN; and Thomas Gerbasi, MD.
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