Be there or be square!
We are hosting
An Evening of Wine Tasting
Dancing to the Music of the 50’s
September 30, 2016
6:00 to 10:00
Tickets are $40 or sell a Table of 8 for $275
We are benefitting Literacy in New Britain
It will be held at HSC, 370 Osgood Avenue in New Britain
Enjoy wine, a buffet, and a raffle
Dress to Impress
Posted by Michele Imossi on Sep 17, 2015
This article about the Rotary Summer Youth Exchange Program by Michele Imossi appeared in the Berlin Citizen.
See original article and photo at: http://www.berlincitizen.com/news/allnews/7649702-129/interact-student-goes-international.html
Scholarship applications are available at portal.clubrunner.ca/6670/Documents/en-ca/bc12684f-57c2-4505-9b99-295d8715eed1/1/
The deadline to submit scholarship applications is April 8, 2016. Please see Mike Gorzoch if you have questions about the scholarship program.
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