Fiscal Court approves construction of Rotary Club project
By Becky Barnes
Sunday, October 3, 2010 at 8:00 pm
Members of the Cynthiana Rotary Club wanted to help with a Haiti relief project after the devastating earthquake. However, they wanted something more lasting than sending water and food, Avi Bear told members of the Harrison County Fiscal Court Tuesday night.
That’s when they turned to the University of Cincinnati and its engineering and architecture students.
The plan is to build a prototype structure locally and then to take their plans to Haiti.
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