Iron Furnace Fifty 2023
The 13th Annual Iron Furnace Fifty fun ride will be held on Saturday, August 26, 2023 at Furnace Town Historic Site outside Snow Hill, Md. This is a joint project between the Rotary Club of Snow Hill and Furnace Town Historic Site that attracts hundreds of bicyclists from around the region each year.
The Iron Furnace Fifty has 50K, 50 Mile, and 100K routes that go through the beautiful rural Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland. Fully supported with SAG patrol, rest stops with snacks, drinks and porta-potties. Lunch served post ride including beer for registered riders age 21 and above.
Not only is the Iron Furnace Fifty a fun ride for the whole family, but all proceeds benefit Furnace Town Historic Site and the Snow Hill Rotary Club. It's a great way to get out in nature, breathe lots of fresh air, and have fun while supporting two local nonprofit organizations.
Camp Fairlee Work Days
(May 13, 2023) On May 12 and 13, Rotartians from around District 7630 (DelMarVa region) gathered to prepair the grounds of Easterseals Camp Fairlee in Chestertown, Maryland for the summer season. This year, members of the Snow Hill High School Interact Club participated in the event.
Camp Fairlee has been providing recreation and respite for individuals age 6 and up since 1954. Camp Fairlee provides a safe and accessible camp experience where campers are challenged to discover their full potential, acquire new skills, and make new and lasting friendships while under the guidance of trained and qualified staff. While campers enjoy their time at Camp Fairlee, their families are able to take a much needed break from caregiving.
The Interact Club. L-R Ellie Zollinger, Joelle Meekins, Sloane Gould, Leniah Hasell, Isabella Kille, Elise Baycura center front Rose Zollinger.
Jackie Ward - Worcester County Health Department
(May 23, 2023) On Tuesday, May 23, 2023, Jackie Ward, Health Planner at the Worcester County Health Department, spoke to the Rotary Club of Snow Hill. She reviewed the goals and strategies for the County.
Jackie has been the health planner at the Worcester County Health Department since November 2016. She is the coordinator of the Worcester County Local Health Improvement Coalition (LHIC) and co-chair of the Lower Shore Health Equity Collaborative.
Pictured here are Jackie Ward with Club President Betsy Gravenor Stacy.