BRUNSWICK ROTARIANS ARRIVED at a recent weekly meeting carrying blue pencil boxes filled with school supplies for local children. Pencils, scissors, crayons, colored pencils, erasers, glue sticks, pens and pencil sharpeners filled the 70 pencil boxes given to Brunswick’s assistant superintendent, Greg Bartlett, center, by Brunswick Rotary President Dave Gleason and Rotarian Patty Biggs to be distributed to Brunswick teachers to fill a need in the community. Gleason said the Brunswick Rotary’s vision focuses on children with projects such as these, the games on the mall on the Fourth of July and the Brunswick bike rodeo in the spring. Gleason said the next mission is to replace the playground at the Tedford Family Shelter on Federal Street. It currently is a wooden structure locked up inside a fence. A fundraiser on Oct. 22 will help raise money toward this next endeavor.

BRUNSWICK ROTARIANS ARRIVED at a recent weekly meeting carrying blue pencil boxes filled with school supplies for local children. Pencils, scissors, crayons, colored pencils, erasers, glue sticks, pens and pencil sharpeners filled the 70 pencil boxes given to Brunswick’s assistant superintendent, Greg Bartlett, center, by Brunswick Rotary President Dave Gleason and Rotarian Patty Biggs to be distributed to Brunswick teachers to fill a need in the community. Gleason said the Brunswick Rotary’s vision focuses on children with projects such as these, the games on the mall on the Fourth of July and the Brunswick bike rodeo in the spring. Gleason said the next mission is to replace the playground at the Tedford Family Shelter on Federal Street. It currently is a wooden structure locked up inside a fence. A fundraiser on Oct. 22 will help raise money toward this next endeavor.

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