The Rotary Club of St. Michaels dropped off supplies to Talbot Hospice as an annual program to help Talbot Hospice care for their growing population. In the past year, the Talbot Hospice has become a fully certified medical facility, undergone a major renovation and doubled the capacity of its guest wing. This year the St. Michaels Rotarians were given a tour of the new facility after the presentation by Director of Development, Kate Cox.
“It has become a traditional, annual club community service project to provide about three months of housekeeping and hospitality supplies for the guest wing and three new hospitality rooms where guests can meet privately with friends and family. Hospice Guest Wing Manager Donna Stone provides a list of needed items and club Rotarians purchase the goods locally to fulfill the needs.” explains Bob Holden, Rotarian project chair. “We invite people to join the club and see for themselves the benefits of service.”
The Rotary club meets every Wednesday morning at 7:30am in the Commodore’s room at the Miles River Yacht Club, just north of the town of St. Michaels.
The Rotary Club of St. Michaels is one of 34,000 Rotary clubs that make up the largest service organization in the world. Rotary International is a volunteer organization of 1.2 million business and professional leaders united worldwide to provide humanitarian service and help build goodwill and peace. In addition to participating in national and international activities of Rotary, the St. Michaels club has 46 members and is involved in a variety of service activities in St. Michaels and greater Bay Hundred community. To find out more, visit rotarystm.org or Email: email@example.com US mail: Rotary Club of St. Michaels, P.O. Box 394, St. Michaels, MD 21663.