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Grandview Seniors provide lunch for the Boys & Girls Club
The Rotary Club of Lake Arrowhead, ably assisted by members of Rim High's Interact club, served lunch and gave gifts to the Seniors of Grandview Towers. The food was supplied by The Original Cottage and included 4 main dishes: sausage & peppers, Chicken fried steak, chile verde, and pulled pork with all the sides included. All of it was delicious!!!
The gifts were supplied by L.E.C Trading, Judy Diamond, and included an umbrella, gloves and a beanie.
A great time was had by all. The High School students are excited about being able to help again this year. This is the third year that the Lake Arrowhead club has been able to do this.
Next week, food staples are being donated by Goodwin's market and will be sorted and packed by the Interact Club.
On December 27th residents of Grandview Towers will be serving lunch to the children of the Crestline Boys & Girls Club. There is a nice symmetry to the teenagers serving the Seniors and, in turn, the Seniors serving the Children.
If you would like to get involved in serving your community please come to a Rotary Club meeting, Tuesdays at noon, at Woody's Restaurant, in Lake Arrowhead Village.
The Rotary Club of Lake Arrowhead continues to serve our community with the help of the Rim High Rotary Interact Club. Pictured here are the Interact members filling bags of food for delivery the individual residents of Grandview Towers. A bag of food was delivered to each Resident.
The Seniors, in turn, are anxious to reciprocate the goodwill by volunteering to serve the children of the Crestline Boys & Girls. That should as much fun as this was.
The food was supplied by Goodwin's Market in the spirit of Christmas.
The Seniors of Grandview Towers went to the Boys & Girls Club to help serve the children pizzas for lunch. The food and drinks were provided by the Rotary Club of Lake Arrowhead, the Noon Club. The Christmas Stocking were donated by Judy Diamond also from the Noon Rotary.
The Children had a great time, even eating the pizza crusts (almost anyway). The Seniors were excited to be useful in serving our Community and wanted to know when the next Rotary event was going to be so that they could help there also. The Seniors pictured are Sharon Steere, Jodie Taylor, Dan McNally, Harold Cole, Ron Nefroney, Barbara Samuels and Jeanne Heagle.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!
SHOW UP, DO GOOD, HAVE FUN!
For the Grandview Seniors, the year ends just like it begins….with service!