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Peter Marks, CEO of Seed Programs International, accepted a check in the amount of $3,000.  Seed Programs International provides quality seeds and critically-needed expertise to impoverished communities in developing countries. The strategy initiates a cycle of self-sufficiency that gives people resources they need to feed themselves. Extra vegetables are readily sold to bring household income. Gardeners are then able to cover school fees and supplies, garden equipment, and healthcare, furthering their ability to overcome poverty.  This contribution to SEED was made possible by a grant from Carolina Farm Credit, our partner for over ten years.  For more information about SEED, please visit their website:  https://seedprograms.org/   In the photo from left to right are Jamie Goldfarb, President of Fourth Creek Rotary, Peter Marks, Rick Morrison and Jeff McNeely of Fourth Creek Rotary International Service Committee.
 
Please join us in welcoming new Statesville Police Chief David Addison to our city.  Chief Addison will be officially sworn in at Statesville City Hall at 2:00 PM Wednesday March 20.  
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Statesville/Fourth Creek

Statesville/Fourth Creek

Established 1999 Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:00 AM
Statesville Civic Center
300 S. Center St.
Statesville, NC  28677
United States
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David Mesimer presented a program on character education in elementary schools called Early Act First Knights.
 
 
 
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