Rotarians at Work - Meet at 9 am

Posted: April 23 - 2010

One of the many excellent service projects that Rotarians have adopted is “Rotarians at Work” On the last Saturday of April Rotarians can be seen doing a community project, in honor of their motto, “Service above Self.” On Saturday April 24th, Nelson Daybreak Rotary club is partnering with Earth Matters, in corporation with Earth Day to beautify our City and surrounding areas. The community is invited to meet at nine am at the 'Daily Bread building/church' for instructions and supplies.

The day will consist of completing the following tasks: Garbage pick up at the Nelson Interchanged, Clean up along the Dog path and Lakeside path, Gazebo clean up at the Prestige Resort. In addition, teams will be sent to paint the back of the bottle depot ready for the mosaic and also graffiti removal around town.

Nelson Daybreak Rotary Club is spearheading the project providing assistance, supervision, and materials in cooperation with the City of Nelson. Interested parties that welcome and desire a beautified City are invited to join us on Earth Day April 24th as “Rotarians are at Work.” For information or confirmation of attending, please email [email protected] or call Wes Shippey 250 509 1445



 
 
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Member: Dave Douglas

Member since 1998

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