STATE COLLEGE ROTARY CLUB SPONSORS END POLIO NOW EVENT AT
STATE COLLEGE SPIKES BASEBALL GAME

Pictured: Past President Bonnie Abrams, Rotarian Roger Gaumond and
Treasurer Jeff Bower greeting guests attending the baseball game.

On Saturday, July 18th, State College Rotarians, District 7360 Rotarians and guests attended the State College Spikes baseball game against the Batavia Muckdogs to raise funds for Polio Eradication. Approximately, 75 individuals attended the game and fans purchased raffle tickets and END POLIO NOW wristbands from club members. District Governor David Ford and District Secretary Mary Johnston threw out first pitches to the cheers from the fans. PDG Kelly Wike was interviewed about Rotary's efforts to eradicate Polio on the local radio station. With ticket sales, raffle ticket sales and donations, State College Rotary Club raised $700 that will be sent to the Rotary Foundation/Polio Plus Fund.

Thank you to all who helped us out and the State College Spikes staff and crew for working to make this a successful event.