ROTARY'S RECORD-SETTING ‘DAY OF SERVICE’ with thousands of Rotarians volunteering across Connecticut and Massachusetts on April 9, 2022
The Rotary Club of Middletown joined more than 100 Rotary clubs and 4,000 Rotarians from Connecticut and Massachusetts on Saturday, April 9 for a record-breaking ‘Rotary Day of Service’. 
“Literally every community in our state will be impacted by what happens on April 9,” said Jeff Krause, District Governor of Rotary District 7980 -- which oversees 63 clubs in southern Connecticut -- in advance of the event.  “From building houses for Habitat for Humanity in Norwich to painting an elementary school in Meriden, our projects will make a difference where help is needed most.”  Locally, the Rotary Club of Middletown partnered with the Middlesex County Historical Society to perform outdoor yard work and other tasks on behalf of this nonprofit organization.  Rotarians and guest volunteers all pitched in.
The Rotary Day of Service wasn't just for Rotarians!  The multi-club effort welcomed anyone who wanted to “Get Behind the Wheel” and give back to their own communities.  It was a rewarding day of friendship and community spirit that brought together thousands of people who wanted to make a difference.
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