Posted by Susan Kowalski on Oct 29, 2018
Today Sue Kowalski presented a slide show that updated us on the status of the benches in Flodin and Griffin, the Little Free Library in Griffin Park, the tree planting in Heritage Park and Griffin Park, and the hydration stations in Heritage Park.  All of the 16 trees have been planted.  Both benches have been installed, one each in Griffin and Flodin Parks next to the Little Free Libraries.  The Little Free Library in Griffin Park is awaiting the pole installation so that it can be set.  The hydration stations are in the process of being installed; the concrete pads have been poured and the fountains have been ordered.  Above is the Little Free Library and bench in Flodin Park.
Here are some more pictures of the project.
Bench in Griffin Park.
 
The Little Free Library in Flodin Park.  Canton Rotary Club's two Little Free Libraries are 2 of a total of 6 in the Canton Community.
 
Our guest today was Cathy Bradfield.  She is interested in learning more about Rotary, and perhaps joining us.  Welcome Cathy.
 
On World Polio Day, our Club collected money at Holiday Market for the eradication of polio.  We will send these funds to Rotary International and they will be used to help in the fight against polio.
 
Our posters at Holiday Market.