Helping Habitat


Great Meetings


Community Mural


Happy Hour


Three-pronged effort for Rotary 9/11 Day of Service

25 volunteers joined in the effort to serve our community for Rotary 9/11 Day of Service, thanks to the efforts of Jeff Smith, who organized the day’s events. We supported three different ventures:

  • Sarah Terry Trail and Wilck’s Lake Trail trash pickup
  • FACES Food Pantry food distribution
  • Operation Christmas Child shoebox preparation

Thanks to all who helped! Enjoy the pictures. And here’s to many more such endeavors.

Smiles all around as we began picking up trash around the lake trails.
Rotarian Chance took care of the area surrounding the excercise equipment donated by our club a few years ago.
Rotarian Dan showed he wasn’t afraid to clean up around less enticing areas.
Rotarians Catherine and Shaunna enjoyed preparation for the food distribution.
Rotarian Russell proved he was quite adept at the effort as well.
Rotarian Mary, our Sargeant at Arms, proved she’s a little more lenient when her son is concerned : ).
A good group gathered at St. Johns Lutheran to pack boxes for Operation Christmas Child. At the back is Rotarian Jeff, who organized the day.
Rotarians Barbara, Julie, Anne Tyler, and Jenn showed their camaraderie in the effort.  

Landscaping for Habitat

Rotarians helped with a Habitat build in Drakes Branch, doing some landscaping and other assorted jobs. Looks like some fun and games went on in addition to the work!

Dan, a Rotarian who works for Habitat, said the family was much in need of better housing. The ribbon cutting, below, was the following day.

Rotarians clowned around after the work was finished