So you think you've been grocery shopping before?  You should see the groceries that Lewisville Rotary helped provide to the Communities in Schools pantries on Wednesday, October 23.  Rotarians David Seaman, Angie Cox and Russ Kerbow met with CIS coordinators at the Sam's Club located on Main St. in Lewisville shortly after 1:00 pm to fulfill shopping lists created by each coordinator.  Once carts were full, we checked out (thanks to treasurer Eyad Salloum for bringing us his checkbook!) and loaded the goodies into two large cargo vans for delivery to 5 campus locations.  Our vans were generously provided by Sam Pack's Five-Star Ford in Lewisville (thank you Sue Bowman) and Huffines Dodge (thank you Fred Whitfield).  Thank you to both local businesses for your support!
This Rotary project is made possible by a grant from Rotary District 5790 allowing our club to provided necessary snacks and meals to needy children at Lewisville High - Main Campus, Lewisville High - Killough, Lewisville High - Harmon, Delay Middle School and Durham Middle School.  A big thank you to David Seaman for championing this cause and demonstrating "service above self".
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