First Flight Rotary event to fight hunger postponed to April 9

Published 7:51 pm Thursday, March 18, 2021

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The First Flight Rotary Club’s Rotary Rollin’ to Fight Hunger event set for Friday, March 19 has been postponed due to anticipated bad weather.

The event will now be held Friday, April 9 from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.

The community is invited to drive through for a free bagged lunch, including grilled hot dogs. This is a fundraiser to fight hunger in Dare County and donations to benefit the Beach Food Pantry will be collected from those able to give.

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The event will be held in the Captain George’s Seafood Restaurant parking lot in Kill Devil Hills. This will be a COVID-safe event: lunches will be to-go and there will be no on-site dining.

Businesses may contact Carl Classen, First Flight Rotarian, at or 252-489-9198 to pre-order for their employees. Donations are requested but not required.

First Flight Rotary Club is a diverse group of business and professional men and women from the Outer Banks who have come together to help the community, country and world, following the Rotary motto of “Service Above Self.”  For more information about First Flight Rotary Club, go to

The Beach Food Pantry reaches out and provides nutritional assistance to Dare County residents in collaboration with the community. They provide two weeks of free groceries to individuals and families experiencing a crisis or emergency. For more information, contact 252-261-2756 or visit

First Flight Rotary Club Foundation and Beach Food Pantry are each 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organizations.



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