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Despite weather, Rotary lunch raises several hundred dollars

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Despite the downpour today, the Columbia Rotary Club had a good turnout at the annual Bean Lunch today at the Columbia United Methodist Church, 202 Burkesville ST, Columbia, KY. George Kolbenschlag said that he believed that, even with a slightly smaller crowd, profits would be about the same as last year.

The Rotary will split the proceeds - several hundred dollars - between local service projects and the Rotary's PolioPlus effort to eradicate that disease. The Columbia Woman's Club sold desserts, with the proceeds from their efforts going to the Green River Animal Shelter.



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J.D. Zornes samples famous Columbia Rotary bean lunch



2011-04-15 - 202 Burkesville ST, Columbia, KY - Photo by George Kolbenschlag.
Rotarian J. D. Zornes, right samples the goods at the April 15, 2011 Rotary Bean Lunch. Dick Fitzpatrick, left encourages him to try the corn bread too. In the background, Greg Eastham mixes batter for more corn bread. A good number of Adair Countians took advantage of the lunch in spite of the heavy rain. Several hundred dollars were raised for Rotary's PolioPlus program and for the club's local service projects.

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Dr. Downey hosts staff at Rotary Bean lunch



2011-04-15 - 202 Burkesville ST, Columbia, KY - Photo by George Kolbenschlag.
Rotarian Dr. Max Downey brought two of his staff, optician Michelle Pierce, right and lab tech Tabitha Castle with him to the Rotary Bean lunch April 15 at the Columbia United Methodist Church. With Dr. Downey also (with his back to the camera) is fellow Rotarian Ted Caldwell. Rotary cooks J. D. Zornes and Jerry Holt are in the window and Circuit Court Clerk Dennis Loy , and Rotarians Greg Eastham and Roger Elliot at the next table.Proceeds from the lunch will go to Rotary International's PolioPlus program and to local service projects. In addition to money from the sale of tickets an additional $45 was given to the PolioPlus program by diners.

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