The Rotary Club of Bishop brings toys and gifts for their annual donation to IMACA December 14, 2016.

Imaca 2016

Kathie Keesler, Nancy Lowthorp, Pat Nahin, Vicki Plume and Margaret Phelps

Kathie Keesler, IMACA Program Coordinator accepted toys and gifts from Rotarians Nancy Lowthorp and Pat Nahin.

Vicki Plume and Margaret Phelps helped sort and wrap the toys and clothes to be given out to the 300 children who had ornaments given out in the community with their “gift wish” list on them.

Inyo Mono Advocates for Community Action, Inc. (IMACA), is a private non-profit corporation.  IMACA was created to work with and serve low-income residents of Inyo, Mono and Alpine Counties in California.

It is the mission of IMACA to empower low-income people, to advocate for their needs and to find and maintain a healthy lifestyle by breaking the cycle of poverty.

Taking ornaments and purchasing gifts for IMACA to give to those children in need is one of The Rotary Club of Bishop’s many community service projects.

Submitted by Pat Nahin


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