Sturbridge Rotarians gathered on the Common, Sunday August 12th, to inform the public of an exciting new community service project to provide healthy food to the hungry. Working jointly with Rotarians from Southbridge and numerous community volunteers, the Community Food Collaborative grows, harvests and donates all fresh organic produce to the St. John Paul II Food Pantry in Southbridge, which provides for those in need in Sturbridge and Southbridge.
For more information about this good health initiative and to lend your support, contact the Collaborative by visiting the website at www.CFCGarden.org or http://sturbridgerotary.org/sturbridgecms2/club-news-blog/ . You can also find the garden on Facebook.
To learn more about Rotary and its humanitarian work in the community and the world visit our website at www.sturbridgerotary.org.
Rotarians on hand at the Farmers Market on Sunday chatting with our Sturbridge and Southbridge neighbors, were President Austin Jenkins, Klaus Hachfeld, Bill Lemke, Otto Prohaska, and Bob Wicks.