Most of Connecticut woke up to single digit temperatures this morning with fresh snow accumulations in the 4 – 8 inch range. The blowing wind make it feel much colder.
Many of our D7980 Rotary Clubs have been anticipating and preparing for this extreme cold weather for months by providing warm coats and clothing to kids and families in need and by providing various forms of fuel assistance.
All told our Southern Connecticut Rotary Clubs (and the Rotary Foundation in the form of District Managed Grants) will provide just north of $100K in this type of assistance to the people in our State during this Rotary year.
The following is a list of D7980 Rotary Clubs that have been providing warm clothing (and or fuel assistance) for the past several months in preparation for this arctic blast:
Branford, Bridgeport, Cheshire, Chester, Clinton, Colchester, East Hampton, East Haven, Essex, Guilford, Madison, Middletown, North Branford, North Haven, Norwalk, Norwich, Orange, Old Saybrook, Trumbull, and Woodbridge.
Is your Rotary Club missing from this list? Then simply have your President (or President-elect) complete our midyear Club Survey by clicking here and we will be sure to include your Club.