Several Aroostook County Rotarians traveled to Houlton on Dec. 21 to deliver a presentation about Project GIIVE 2017. Project GIIVE (Guatemalan Infrastructure Improvement Venture) is a joint effort among the Rotary Clubs of Caribou, Fort Fairfield, Limestone, Mars Hill, Presque Isle, Washburn, and Perth-Andover, New Brunswick that has been proposed to meet the needs of a village near the city of Monterrico, Guatemala, in cooperation with the Guatemalan Rotary Club La Ermita. The clubs are seeking a grant that would help to pay for eco-stoves, water filtration devices, and eco-toilets. Pictured are, from left, Virginia Joles, Incoming District Governor; Carl Young, President, Fort Fairfield Club; Josie Lopez, member, Fort Fairfield Club; Matthew Nightingale, President, Houlton Club; Gina LeBlanc-Eggert, Vice President, Presque Isle Club; and Ed Wright, Foundation Chair, Mars Hill Club.