Rotary Club of Flagler Beach Kicks off their Flagler Flag Project
By: Rotary Club of Flagler Beach
Funds raised will go toward Rotary's charitable efforts, including food for those in need in Flagler County.
"Residents and businesses can show their support for the community during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond," said Tim O'Donnell, Flagler Beach Rotarian and project coordinator. The holidays that the flag is delivered and picked up include: President's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day through Sept. 11th and Veterans Day.
The program works with the organization installing a 3/4" X 18" PVC pipe to hold the flagpole in the participants front lawn or flower bed, flush with the ground. The flag is delivered before each holiday and picked up after the holiday.
The cost is $50 per year. Those interested in participating in the program can visit http://www.needsconnector.com/
The funds raised will continue to allow the Rotary Club of Flagler Beach to financially supports a variety of charities and projects including:
· Providing food to over 300 families each month
· Providing Christmas gifts to 1,300 children each year
· Providing free books available to children in the 32136 zip code through the Flagler
· Scholarships for high school seniors
· Scholarships for Adult Education students
· Support for Flagler Beach's Junior Lifeguard program
· And many more...
About the Rotary Club of Flagler Beach
The Rotary Club of Flagler Beach was chartered in November 1991. The membership is a group of local business and community leaders from the fields of business, law, education, real estate, and government; including those who have retired from successful pursuits in these fields. All are welcome and are included in all our social and civic activities. For information about joining the Rotary Club of Flagler Beach, please contact Roy Sieger at 386-931-0064. More information about the club and additional contacts can also be reached at http://www.flaglerbeachrotary.org or https://www.facebook.com/
Rotary Club of Flagler Beach