9-3-19 UPDATE from President Mark:
I found out today at lunch that Shoebox volunteers are not needed this week.  The first semi-trailer truck has been packed and is all ready to go.  The next semi-truck trailer has yet to arrive.  We may have a last call for volunteers coming up so please pay attention to upcoming emails.
Thank you to all of the Rotarians that were able to help last week and this weekend and thank you to the Rotarians that donated to the cause.
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The Shoebox Project is really taking form this week as HUNDREDS of filled shoeboxes will be arriving in Waterloo.  Chief Shoebox Wrangler Steve Thorpe is looking for several capable hands to demonstrate "Service Above Self" and do some light lifting and carrying.  Separate events have been posted to the EVENTS page on our website, and you can register yourself as well as friends, family, co-workers, etc. for short shifts that will make all the difference in the world to the people in Nicaragua.  As new tasks are identified, we'll add more events to that page with brief descriptions of the tasks. 
This is our club's signature project and our club is known nationwide for our efforts to help distressed families in Nicaragua - be sure to lend your hands!
Click this link to see the available shifts and fill the suggested number of helpers needed so Steve can focus on the logistics of getting TRUCKLOADS of love on the long road down south!