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Plants to End Polio

Gloucester Rotary Club member Elizabeth McCormick, left, invited Karen Kovacs, right, clinical director at Tidewater Physical Therapy, Hayes, to speak to the club about post-polio syndrome and the web-based Plants to End Polio project on March 24 at Olivia’s in the Village. Kovacs talked about the partnership with Brent and Becky’s Bulbs, Ware Neck, that contributes 25 percent of a buyer’s purchase when Gloucester Point Rotary Charitable Foundation is selected through their Bloomin’ Bucks charitable giving program online and with store purchases. That donation is matched two-to-one by The Gates Foundation and earmarked to eradicate polio, Kovacs said. They are shown with Gary Ward, owner of Olivia’s. For more information on the project, visit ...

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