When the vision team traveled to Choluteca in November, 2017, they set up and operated a vision clinic as we have since 2015. But, this year Dr. Michael St. Peter came home with a new mission…
How it began was a bit of a fluke: Our incoming president, Debbie Overcash, attended the mandatory presidents’ training in Nashville.
Our annual Change for Change Campaign was a great success, raising $2,352 for polio!
Bill Gates announced at the 2017 Rotary International Conference that the Gates Foundation will match Rotary’s commitment to raise $50 million a year over the next three years, two-to-one.
Getting to Honduras… not so rough (yet pretty scary with those two in the cockpit!) But, once our boots are on the ground, you just never know what to expect.
When not working in our vision clinic, Rotarians Michael St. Peter and Harsha Rayapati (above) deliver supplies to families.
Folks from surrounding towns and villages lined up to be examined by Madison Rotarian, Dr. Michael St. Peter and our 2017 Vision Team.
In Borno State, where conflict has displaced thousands of people, malaria is currently claiming more lives than all other diseases combined.
Rotarian Dr. Michael St. Peter (left) welcomed Mr. Tom Slattery from the Indiana Lions Club as he delivered 1200 pairs of reading glasses for our upcoming humanitarian mission trip to Honduras.