Harry Peacock provided his Rotary Moment, telling the story of the club’s involvement with a project in Belize. It all started with Ken Clark, for CHNR, working with the San Ignacio Rotary Club and providing a computer for the school. Then it was recognized that the school needed power for the computer, so solar panels were added. Two years later (when RI had changed international grant processes), it was learned that the San Ignacio Club had been working with the Bixby, OK, club and its Rotary district for two years on a project to establish safe drinking water for the area’s 310,000 population. Because of the computer, it was wondered if “that CA club” (CHNR) might have some interest, so the idea proceeded from Ken Clark to Harry Peacock to the club board, which agreed to support the clean water project. To close the loop, CHNR provided $5,000, our Rotary District 5340 matched that $5,000, District 6100 provided $39,500, and The Rotary Foundation matched all with $49,500—so the $99,000 water safety/filtration system could be purchased and implemented. The story continued with the purchase of 2,500 water purification systems plus the five-gallon buckets and filters they needed. THEN the effort began to get them all in one place in Belize, through Customs, through assembly, through training in the operation and maintenance of each system. It was . . . DONE in 2013 . . . and became Peacock’s most memorable Rotary Moment.