All parents want their kids to enjoy prom and stay safe. Rotary’s with you, again sponsoring the post-prom Afterglow so that our students can extend the enjoyment and excitement of their Prom night safely.
Last year was our first year back after Covid and while attendance was low, prom-goers and students who attended had fun and won a record number of raffles and prizes.
I am proud to be a Rotary member and I am excited to say that after a three-year hiatus due to covid we are once again hosting Rotary Ag Night. At 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 30 at PCHS, we will be celebrating the rich agricultural heritage of the county.
I hope to see you between 2 and 4 p.m. on Sunday Feb. 26 for ‘Soup for Seniors’ as we say thank you to all you very special county residents.
Why did I pick loneliness to bring up this month? I know, shut up Deb, we don’t need to be reminded that we are alone and not going out or getting visitors. Well, this is where Rotary comes in.
Can you believe the holiday season is here and the year is almost over? Soon, school will be out, Holiday tournaments will be in full swing for our athletes, the traveling to see family will begin, shopping, cooking, baking; so much to do.
I thought with Thanksgiving being right around the corner, I would challenge all of you to also think of what you are grateful for.
Letter to the editor of the Putnam County Record.
The first major polio outbreak in the United States was in 1916. Over 6,000 died with thousands more being paralyzed … with most victims being children.