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"Flight to Fight AIDS"

"Wheels for Summer"

Education and Fun

Giving Bicycles to Children

"Cord Wood for Elderly"

Providing Heating Materials

For Senior - Elderly Citizens in Need


"Rotary Run 2008"      

Win a Harley-Davidson Motorcycle


As a ROTARIAN since 1978, many projects have risen to the top of the list as priority needs. However, not many projects have brought as many smiles to the faces and as much fun to a child as having a new bicycle. While special gifts are usually provided to the needy during holiday seasons, across the country and around the world - we decided to give bicycles to middle-school children at the end of May each year, so children would have a means of getting about, with their friends, over the summer break.


Each year we harvest and cut  to length, split and stack Cord Wood for Elderly people who are in need of heating assistance. We provide an average of 10 cords of hard wood, apple, cherry, ash, or white birch each heating season. Our work is ongoing all year so as to make the wood ready - dry and most efficient for the recipients.

With heating costs escalating, as they do each year, we have experienced a steady rise in the numbers of those who genuinely need assistance.  Cord Wood delivered is about $250 per cord. We give it to those in need, absolutely free. Your donation defrays the cost of fuel, saw blades, equipment, labor and delivery costs.. Won't you please, help to provide heat to one needy Elderly this year.  Please donate your $75.00 tax deductible gift today. We'll get the wood ready for your recipient now.

2006 Harley Davidson -

Electra Glide Classic

The mission was...  

Goals & Objectives

100 Bikes - $5,000

Please, Donate $50.00 for (1) Bike

Goals & Objectives

10 Cords - $750.00


1,000 Tickets - $25,000

To construct state-of-the-art hospice facilities, for mothers and children living with HIV/AIDS, in Haiti and in a high-risk location either in western Palm Beach County, Florida or in a special needs area in the Northeastern US (possibly Maine) as sanctuary to an increasing risk population for HIV/AIDS - racial and ethnic minorities, women, and adolescents.    
To effectuate the implementation and continual operation of anonymous and confidential testing facilities managed by high-level competency staff trained to address barriers to testing among persons at risk for HIV/AIDS and specifically in high-risk communities of racial and ethnic minorities, women, and adolescents.   
To disseminate via - a nation-wide campaign - an educational program targeted at civic organizations comprised of influential business professionals and community leaders to educate them about HIV/AIDS prevention and what they must do, to eliminate the stigma, prejudices and discrimination against HIV/AIDS affected individuals, by supporting service providers to people living with and or at risk of HIV/AIDS.

We'll provide you with a framed certificate of recognition, and a tax receipt for your deductible contribution for your records.


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     "Paul Harris - Foundation Journey"

Nova Scotia to Key West
2008 Miles - 1000 Tickets
220 Rotary Club Visits
$25.00 Per Ticket
Drawing at Kravis Center WPB
Proceeds go to Rotary Foundation
Club Flags Collected for Historical Quilt
Book of the Trip to be Published
Club Riders Welcomed on Legs of Tri


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