Orphanage in Dominican Republic
Volunteer Rotarians recently traveled to the Dominican Republic to oversee construction of new aquaculture systems at two orphanages.
Water Filtration in Dominican Republic
A secondary activity to the aquaculture project was the installation of water filtration systems in 200 homes.
Planned Aquaculture systems in Santiago
A new project is scheduled in 2015.
Local community assistance
The Casselberry club supports schools and the City for specific goodwill projects.
Providing education support
The Casselberry clubs supports Interact, a club specifically created to teach youths in middle school how to participate in community projects.
Rotary International is the largest service organization in the world. Each of the 33,000 clubs contributes a direct impact on their community as well as sharing assistance with other Rotary clubs throughout our global community
The mission of The Rotary Foundation is to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty.
Cassady helps with the clean-up event at the Children's Safety Village.
Rotary Club of Casselberry
Board Members; Meg Ball-Thomas,
Jim Boswell, Sharon Hunt,
President: Mike Schaffer
Past President: Gary Teramae
Secretary: Marlene Nitsch
Treasurer: Ardel Cheffer
Mascot: Cassady the Casselberry Bear