What an awesome night! Our Rotary Community Corps, made up of special needs adults, were able to present a service dog to a local child through the funds raised in their annual wreath sale. The recipient is a 4 year old boy with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Speech Regression, Elopement behavior, night terros, anti-social behaviors and Global developmental delay. His mother noted that she is already seeing a difference in her son with his new best friend, “Bolt”! We were also able to support Project Shoebox (United Way) by combining all of our clubs, along with a corporate sponsorship and created 100 boxes for 2 local organizations – Real Life Center and Promise Place. We had Rotary Community Corps members, PTC Rotaract members, New Interact members from The Foundry along with Rotarians and employees of Cooper Lighting Solutions to decorate the boxes and fill them with personal hygiene products – toothpaste, floss, combs, socks, shower supplies and deodorant – to provide to women and children in need due to homelessness or domestic violence.