Posted by Tim Kelley
Reading Rotary has begun placing signs around Reading to encourage those on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19 pandemic.  President Mike Collins said, "It's important to recognize the service of those the health care workers, first responders and essential personnel who are doing so much for the community.  We are also reaching out to the town, schools and clergy to see how our Rotary volunteers can be of service now."
Rotarians are asked to pick up one or more signs to place in their yards, at their works or around Reading.  The signs are at Brian Tobin's office in the foyer (159 Haven Street) while they last.  As of Friday afternoon, there were quite a few left.  If you'd like signs dropped off, please contact Brian or Prez Mike.
Reading Rotary is continuing to work closely with the Reading Food Pantry to help those facing food insecurity during the quarantine.  Rotary makes a weekly run into the Greater Boston Food Bank for the Reading Food Pantry and members are working in outreach to RFP clients.
If you can help with the Food Bank Run, please contact Art Hayden.