PHILIPSBURG:— The Rotaract Club of St. Maarten Sunrise, a community service based organization held its first H.A.M at Le Grande Marche Bush Road on Saturday July 9th 2016. It was a Hurricane Awareness Mission whereby the club members collected non-perishable items, books and clothing from customers shopping at the supermarket and from other persons that came to support the cause. The items collected are then given to the local Red Cross in the event of a hurricane or natural disaster. If there are no natural disasters, the Red Cross distributes the items to persons in the community that are in need.
The event was very successful; the club collected a large amount of can goods, sanitary products, cereal, rice and cases of bottled water just to name a few. Over 5 bags of clothing were also donated. All items collected were handed over to the Red Cross personnel who were very thankful for the contributions.
The members of the Rotaract Club of St. Maarten Sunrise would like to extend its appreciation and gratitude towards members of the community, Rotarians, family and friends that made contributions to this effort. Rotaract Sunrise will be conducting their next H.A.M event at The Sunny Food supermarket on August 6th 2016 from 10:00am to 1:00pm. Other than can foods, persons can also donate clothing at the club’s H.A.M events. The Rotaract Club of St. Maarten Sunrise encourages the community to continue supporting the Hurricane Awareness Mission as we continue to prepare our country in case of any natural disasters.
Source: St. Martin News Network
The Rotaract of Sint Maarten Sunrise organised a Hurricane Awareness Mission