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Rotary Club of Duluth announces two grant recipients

The Rotary Club of Duluth presented two grants at a recent meeting. Char Kerelko accepted a check for $2,000 on behalf of Kids Closet from Rotarian Jerry Pelofske. Kerelko reminded the membership that gently used children's clothing can be droppe...

Rotary grant
John Moir (left), chair of Rotary's grants committee, presents a check to Mona Cheslak (center) and Elaine Schmid (right) at a recent Rotary Club meeting. The grant will help fund the East Hillside Patch's Mind 2 Mind program.

The Rotary Club of Duluth presented two grants at a recent meeting.

Char Kerelko accepted a check for $2,000 on behalf of Kids Closet from Rotarian Jerry Pelofske. Kerelko reminded the membership that gently used children's clothing can be dropped off at any of the Duluth schools in the district.

John Moir, chair of Rotary's grants committee, presented a check to Mona Cheslak and Elaine Schmid for East Hillside Patch's "Mind 2 Mind" program for youth.

For more information on the Rotary Club of Duluth, visit www.duluthrotary.org .

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Rotary grant
Rotarian Jerry Pelofske (right) presents a check to Char Kerelko (left) on behalf of Kids Closet at a Rotary Club of Duluth meeting.

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