Rotary members stocked and manned the rest stop in Rockingham for day 6 of the Tour de Cure bike ride.
Bonnie, Doreen, Rita and Katy (at least that's who I have photographic evidence of) made peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for over forty cyclists riding in the Tour de Cure from Killington to Keene, NH on July 14. The Bellows Falls Rotary was manning the rest stop at the Vermont Country Store in Rockingham for the day. Bread was provided by Panera Bread in Keene and the jam was homemade (raspberry, strawberry rhubarb, apple butter, peach) making this one of the most popular rest stops on the tour. The Tour de Cure raises money for the American Diabetes Association.
Doreen, Katy and Rita ready to had out sandwiches
sandwiches waiting to be eaten
cyclist's shirt showing reason for the ride
cyclist enjoying his snack
Bonnie flanked by grateful riders