The Rotary Clubs of Hunterdon County distributed over $3820 to the following Hunterdon County Food Pantries:  Open Cupboard in Clinton, Starfish in Whitehouse, The Flemington Food Pantry and Fisherman’s Mark in Lambertville.

The $3820 was generated from the Rotary Flu Vaccine Clinics co-sponsored by Dr. Ronald Frank and Dr. Sean Cook. In the past 4 years more than $22,500 of the insurance payments were donated to Hunterdon County Food Pantries.

The Rotary Clubs of Hunterdon County are made up of professional and business people dedicated to serving the community.  The object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise. The partnership with Dr. Frank and Dr. Cook provide the clubs an opportunity to bring both health services through the flu clinic and to support our common goal to fight “Hunger in Hunterdon.”

According to Lynn Arnold, Clinic Coordinator from Clinton Sunrise Rotary, “Not all pantries are subsidized by NORWESCAP and our smaller pantries rely totally on your donation of money and food to support their mission.”

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Lynn Arnold, Clinton Sunrise Rotary Club member, is flanked by Drs. Ronald Frank and Sean Cook of Greenbrook Family Medicine.  The doctors, in conjunction with the Hunterdon County Rotary Clubs, held flu clinics throughout Hunterdon County and donated the proceeds to the local food pantries.