Rotarians Prepare For Food And Supplies Delivery To Navajo Nation

Rotarians Lesley Harelson, Alison Pannell, and Laura Gonzales unload pallets and carts with the help of a Sam’s Club employee on Saturday, November 6   The Rotary Club of Los Alamos is partnering with three Rotary Clubs in Albuquerque to assist the Navajo Nation by providing deliveries of food, water, and PPE to area Chapter Houses.  The Los Alamos team will caravan to the Huerfano Chapter House near Bloomfield, New Mexico on Nov. 13 and Dec. 4 to deliver the needed supplies.  At least one pallet of Meals of Hope packaged food will be included in the supplies delivered. The funds for this recovery project were provided through a grant of almost $4000 from Rotary District 5520. Photo by Kateri Morris

Rotary Club Past President Laura Gonzales, project chair; Club President Oliver Morris; New Generations chair Alison Pannell; and Club Treasurer Lesley Harelson pause briefly as they load supplies to be delivered to the Navajo Nation, a project funded through a Rotary grant.  Photo by Kateri Morris

Rotarians Oliver Morris, Alison Pannell, Kateri Morris, Lesley Harelson, and a helpful Sam’s Club employee stand by the back of the trailer loaded with supplies headed to the Navajo Nation. Photo by Laura Gonzales

A Sam’s Club employee helps Rotarians Alison Pannell, Laura Gonzales, and Lesley Harelson load pallets of water into the trailer that will carry supplies to the Navajo Nation as part of a grant received by the Rotary Club of Los Alamos. Photo by Kateri Morris