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Album Name: West Hartford, VT Library Return to Albums
Album Date: Oct 25, 2014
Description: Grand Opening of the West Hartford, Vermont, Library, which was destroyed three years ago by Tropical Storm Irene. Through our Charitable Foundation we donated $10,000
(click an image to enlarge and start a slide show)
Fellow Rotarians, (l to r) David Briggs, Chip Lewis and David Landry watched as the ceremony proceeded Tropical Storm Irene struck our community during the 2011-2012 Rotary year when David Landry was our Club President. It was therefor very fitting that as Past President, David Landry made the speech on the club's behalf David talked about the fundraising that took place during his presidency to raise $6,000 for the library. The White River Charitable Foundation was able to add $4,000 for a total donation of $10,000, during the Grand Opening. Probably between 100 and 125 community members showed up for the Grand Opening. A close-up photo with three members of the West Hartford Library Board and fellow Rotarians, Chip, Nico, David L. and David B.
Different Angle A couple of shots from inside the library. Here David L. is in conversation. An interesting ceiling, hey. While David L. and Chip make their way to another part of the library (it is way bigger now), you can see the children's corner. As Rotarians we have requested our donation to be used to expand the children's section. We are allowed to have a plaque there in the near future. Another angle of the ceiling Chip and David B. in discussion. Not sure if it was about books.
Close Up of the $10,000 Check        
   

 

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