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Rotary gives foster kids a boost

 

The Grass Valley Rotary Club recently initiated a local service project to benefit the nonprofit, “The Karing Closet,” founded by Kari Stehmeyer. The program benefits children entering the foster care system. Grass Valley Rotary donated socks, underwear, and gently used clothing for young children and teens. Delivering the donations to Stehmeyer, pictured in the center, are Grass Valley Rotary Club President Kathleen Shaffer, left, and Executive Secretary Tim McCall.

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