Rotary distributes $57,000 in grants

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ROCKINGHAM — The Rockingham Rotary distributed more than $57,000 in grants in two presentations each of the past two Mondays during their weekly meetings at FirstHealth Richmond Memorial Hospital in Rockingham. The community grants were handed out by Rockingham Rotary President Dr. Dale McInnis.

The photo at left includes, seated, from left to right:  Robert Dobbins, Toys For Tots; Dr. Sara Beth Dew, West Rockingham Elementary School-Visual Arts Program; Debbie Rohleder, Our Daily Bread; Gail Benson, Rankin Museum; and Phyllis Waters, Richmond County Mental Health Society.
Second Row Standing from left to right:  Lacy Shepherd, Vietnam Veterans of  America; Police Chief Billy Kelly, Rockingham Police Department; City Manager Monty Crump, City of Rockingham; Assistant Fire Chief Trey Goodwin, East Rockingham Fire Department; Hattie Reep, Girl Scouts of Richmond County; Justin Clark, Sandhills Children Center; and Rockingham Rotary President Dale McInnis.
Submitted photo President Dale McInnis, Richmond Community College; Robert Steele, American Legion Post 147; John Jackson, FirstHealth Richmond Memorial Hospital-President; Sue Stevenson, New Shoes for Christmas- Presbyterian Church; Karen Bostic, New Horizons; Deborah Knight, Leath Memorial Library- Summer Reading Program; Mike White, AMVETS Post 316; Michelle Parrish, United Way of Richmond County; Emily Tucker, Autism Society-Richmond County Chapter; J.C. Watkins, Leak Street Alumni; Merrie Dawkins, Arts Richmond/Richmond County Arts Council; Jim Warren, Helping Hands of Hamlet/Backpack Pals; and Michael Chapman, Richmond Early College.

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President Dale McInnis, Richmond Community College; Robert Steele, American Legion Post 147; John Jackson, FirstHealth Richmond Memorial Hospital-President; Sue Stevenson, New Shoes for Christmas- Presbyterian Church; Karen Bostic, New Horizons; Deborah Knight, Leath Memorial Library- Summer Reading Program; Mike White, AMVETS Post 316; Michelle Parrish, United Way of Richmond County; Emily Tucker, Autism Society-Richmond County Chapter; J.C. Watkins, Leak Street Alumni; Merrie Dawkins, Arts Richmond/Richmond County Arts Council; Jim Warren, Helping Hands of Hamlet/Backpack Pals; and Michael Chapman, Richmond Early College.

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