Posted by Diane Herth on Oct 24, 2021
The Ipswich-Rowley Rotary Club recently gathered at Agawam Village in Ipswich for a service project to assemble birthday party kits for distribution to families from The Open Door food pantry!  
Every child should have an opportunity to have a birthday party for eight, and now they can. Ipswich-Rowley Rotary provided the items, and assembled the kits for 96 families in need.  Each party kit included 14 items to throw a party - - - everything from cake mix, frosting and candles, to all the party decorations and paper goods. The kits also include a snack box with juice, raisins, pretzels, and party favor bags filled with lots of fun toys to send home with friends.
Do you enjoy helping others?  Rotary is a world-wide service organization looking for service-minded people.  Our local club meets weekly at the Village Pancake House on Thursday morning at 7:15 am (except for the second week of the month, when we meet in Ipswich on Wednesday evening at 6 pm).  
Join us for breakfast and find out what our Rotary Club is all about, and how you can help make our communities a bit better.