Richmond Rotary serves free meals to Boys & Girls Club

Members of Rotary Richmond served a barbecue lunch to at risk children at the Richmond-Rosenberg Boys & Girls Club on July 30. Pictured, from left and front to back, are Raul M, Karen Bell, Eric Junker, Sarah Karlberg, Rosie Karlberg, Steve Onstad,and Kirk Monroe.

Richmond Rotary served a barbecue sandwich lunch to over 250 at-risk children at the Richmond-Rosenberg Boys & Girls Club. Maternal and child health is one of Rotary International’s six areas of focus.

To better meet the needs of this area of focus, Rotary Richmond is partnering with groups such as the Boys & Girls Club to serve the children of Richmond more frequently than ever before.

“Rotary Richmond thanks Boys & Girls Club Director Brandon Mouton and Swinging Door BBQ Restaurant owner Steve Onstad for their support in this effort,” said Michelle Moore, spokesperson for Rotary Richmond. “It is a good day in Richmond when the children are well fed.”

Rotary Richmond, chartered in 1936, is a member of Rotary International, an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service and help to build goodwill and peace in the world.

There are approximately 1.2 million Rotarians who are members of more than 34,000 Rotary clubs in over 200 countries. For more information, visit and

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