Aimee Morris,Glenn Hope Care Farm, Rotary Club of York, PA, Meeting July 28, 2021, Noon
Lunch Reservations are NOT required for the In Person meeting.  GUESTS are welcome. 
Aimee Morris, a psych-mental health and addiction certified nurse and United States Marine Corps Veteran, is the founder and Executive Director of Glenn Hope Care Farm. Glenn Hope Care Farm, a nonprofit established on the family farm, serves the veterans of the community.  Aimee's grandfather, Glenn F. Cunningham Sr, WWII veteran, purchased the farm 60 years ago.  She is a third generation farmer, assisting her dad to teach the trade and skills of farming to veterans while they gain from the therapeutic benefits of farm life.  
The mission of Glenn Hope is to help veterans to overcome challenges through farming, nature and community outreach. Farm activities range from PT to butchering and everything in between.  In addition to serving the veteran community, they've  partnered with the local school district as one of the small business partners where the high school interns can complete their internship. Beyond that, they work with the district attorney's office, scout troops and many other organizations.  
In Person at CCY:
11:30am  Arrival and fellowship 
11:30am  Lunch BUFFET to open
12:15pm  President Jackie will begin meeting 
"Virtual" Audience on ZOOM:
11:45am  Log in and fellowship/networking on zoom
12:15pm  Virtual Meeting to begin, Program with Q&A until 1:15pm. 
Broiled Haddock with Peach Chutney, Chef's Choice of Starch and Seasonal Vegetables, Assorted Salads, Fresh Fruit, Rolls, Beverages and Dessert. 
Please pre-register any "guests" with the office before Tuesday afternoon.  The guest lunch fee is $18.00 which will be invoiced to your Rotary account.