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Rotary Club gives $4,000 to charities
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The Rotary Club of Richmond Hill has made donations to help the community.
“We made a commitment to help our community in these difficult economic times and we are continuing to do so,” said Aimee Harris, president of the Richmond Hill Rotary Club and attorney at Harvey & Hendrix. 
The clubs next fundraising effort will be the “Grease” prom, based on the famous musical, set for 7 p.m. Saturday at the Richmond Hill City Center. Tickets are $50 per person.
“The Rotary Club of Richmond Hill relies on fundraising efforts to provide these donations to worthwhile causes in our community,” Harris said. “So please try to support us by attending so we can continue to help those in need in our community.”
The club has recently donated $2,500 to support five Richmond Hill schools’ Principal Funds. Other recent donations include:
• $1,000 to the Dylan Moore appeal – the young boy in Richmond Hill who has a rare type of leukemia and whose family needs help funding his medical bills.
• Senior citizens – a donation of $425 to fund Christmas gift bags for the elderly in Coastal Georgia.
• Adopt a Family – a donation of $256 to support this local charity.
• Helen’s Haven – a donation of  $110 to help the Hinesville-based Children’s Advocacy Center, which helps children who are victims of abuse in Liberty, Bryan, Evans, Long, McIntosh and Tattnall counties.

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