Malta Sunrise Rotary Continues Support for African Project

MALTA – Linda Gorham of Qholaqhoe Mountain Connections (QMC) accepted an $800 check from Malta Sunrise Rotary Treasurer Cynthia Young and President Bob Conner during a club meeting on Jan. 18.

Gorham  gave the club an update on QMC, which is now focused on educating students, mostly in high school and a few in college, from a rural, mountainous area of northern Lesotho. Lesotho is a small, poor, landlocked country in southern Africa.

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Malta Sunrise Rotary Club has now donated a total of $3,200 to QMC  and Lesotho since the project began in 2014.

The Malta Sunrise Rotary Club meets on Thursday mornings at 7:15 a.m. in the Malta Diner at Routes 9 and 67. Guests and prospective members are always welcome to attend.


Matthew Mirro is a student at the University at Albany, New York. Originally from Long Island, Mirro is a journalism major with minors in political science and history. A political junky, aspiring historian and sports fanatic, Mirro has written for other publications including Baseball Magazine and the Albany Student Press. He hopes to pursue a career as an author.

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