Rotary Club learns about purpose of The Haven

The Brady Rotary Club met Tuesday, Feb. 20 at noon at the Heart of Texas Depot Restaurant. Stan Amyett stood as program chairman in place of Brian Wiggins. Student Rotarian Erica Reeves informed the members of her intentions to attend either Mary Hardin Baylor or Angelo State University and major in elementary education. Student Rotarian Wade Skaggs informed the club of his intentions to attend either Angelo State University or Texas A&M-Kingsville and become a game warden. Rotarian Deryl Hoyt of San Saba Printing reminded us of our invitation to meet with their Rotary Club on the evening of March 8. Exchange student Mau informed us that he did make one point in the last basketball game at Brady High School. President Connie Locklear reminded us of upcoming Rotary program dates: March 8’San Saba, evening May 8’Top Ten Banquet May 12’Interact Bike-a-thon Program chairman Stan Amyett introduced Norma Hagan, outreach coordinator of The Haven, a Family Shelter of McCulloch County. She informed us of the purpose of the shelter, which is to provide services and support to victims of domestic abuse in McCulloch County and those of other counties as the need arises and space and funds are available. Services and support shall include shelter, basic physical needs and counseling’emotional and legal. It will provide a foundation for participants to become productive members of society by learning of and using resources that are available to them. Clair Whitesell asked the $2 bill question: “What is a chiropodist'” Bill Ricks was the first to answer: “One who works on feet.” Program chairman for Feb. 27 is Brian Wiggins.

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