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Charles A. Brown Ice House
Oct 06, 2019
4:30 PM – 7:30 PM
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Sunday, October 6, 2019
This week Easton Rotarian, the Rev. Michael Doud shared with us about the "Save the Steeple" efforts to at the First United Church of Christ in Easton. The church, which was originally part of the German Reformed, was built in 1745. The steeple was built in the 1830's and was last renovated in the 1970's. The church served as a hospital during the Revolutionary War and was visited by George Washington.
The old brass bells need repair as well as the four clock towers. Repairs are estimated at around $125,000. For more information, see their website.
Rev. Mike Dowd sharing tales (and video) about Easton's historic First UCC
I'm saddened to report the passing of Rotarians Fred Achey and Bob Weed. Fred passed Sunday and Bob Thursday.
Our Tastes & Tunes event was today! Thanks to all who came out to support the roof renovations at the Ice House!
Our speaker Wednesday is our District Governor, Herb Klotz. Please attend this important meeting. 
Yours in Rotary service,
President Thea Lind
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The plus in PolioPlus
When we talk about PolioPlus, we know we are eradicating polio, but do we realize how many added benefits the program brings? The “plus” is something else that is provided as a part of the polio eradication campaign. It might be a hand-operated tricycle, access to clean water and additional medical treatment, or providing bed nets or soap. Learn how we are doing so much more than eradicating polio.