Posted by John Muldoon on Mar 03, 2021
For the fourth year running, the Rotary Club of Ipswich and Rowley has held a post-holiday food drive.
Last week, Ipswich Rotarians dropped off non-perishable goods, including food, games, puzzles and books, at the Open Door in Ipswich.  In previous years, Rotary held a “reverse Advent” drive, in which people would put one item per day into a bag in the run up to Christmas.  The pandemic changed plans this year, so the club modified the event and called it “Make Kindness Contagious,” said organizer Elaine Richter.  
These donations were made possible by generous contributions from Rotarians and our neighbors in the community. 
In the photo, from left, are Susan Otis and Glen Prescott of the Open Door; and Rotarians Martha Mauser, Elaine Richter, Cindy Quinn, and Julie Nelson.