Carrickfergus Rotary continues to support community in pandemic

Carrickfergus Rotary Club has been hearing how charities are coping during the pandemic.

Wednesday, 10th March 2021, 3:36 pm

Despite the restrictions imposed by the Covid crisis, the club continues to meet regularly via Zoom and to support local projects.

Initiatives which have recently received funding support from Rotary have included Carrick Connect, Carrick Contact Centre, Hope House, Oesophageal Cancer Awareness, Carers NI, Air Ambulance NI and the Rotary Foundation.

At the most recent virtual meeting club president Brenda Houston welcomed Dawn McConnell from Hope House and Grace Williamson from Air Ambulance to update members on the work of each of their organisations.

Rotary members held a virtual meeting with Dawn McConnell from Hope House and Grace Williamson from Air Ambulance NI.

The session also provided the opportunity for the club members to commend and congratulate each of them on the valuable service they provide for the community.

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President Brenda Houston continues the club programme via regular Zoom meetings.