I hope everyone had a blessed Easter and Passover. April and Springtime are here, though Tennessee weather is not cooperating with my plans to enjoy the outdoors. It’s this time of year that we start thinking about planning a garden, planting trees, kids getting out of school and vacations.
But a lot of people are just trying to get by day to day — trying to find clean drinking water, or a nourishing meal to feed their families. Nearly 6 million children under the age of 5 die each year because of malnutrition, poor health care, and inadequate sanitation. Rotary is working to help with this issue both at home and abroad, and has designated April as Maternal and Child Health Month.
DG Jerome Bannister
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