Lake Chelan Rotary has been involved in many community service projects since it was founded in 1926. Community Service Projects may be driven and executed by Lake Chelan Rotary or other local organizations we partner with. This may include, but is not limited to local government, churches and service organizations. A Community service project may involve providing both labor and materials but cannot involve the purchase or rental of property or include the direct purchase of equipment.
Lake Chelan Rotary Club has for many years been the leader in the development and construction of parks for the community. These have included: the Gateway Park honoring Rotary Past District Governor (and Mayor) Joyce Stewart, located at Webster and Woodin; Ruth Pingrey Centennial Park overlooking the U.S. Forest Service District offices; the east entrance triangle “Goat” park on the road to Chelan Falls and Walmart; instrumental in the planning and advocacy of the new school district soccer fields and the purchase of the seating; and most recently the corner park located at Columbia and Manson Highway at the edge of the Safeway parking lot. In all of these parks Lake Chelan Rotary was instrumental in the financing and physical construction of the projects with member and community volunteers.
Each year Lake Chelan Rotary sets aside money in its budget to do community service projects. We are ready to respond to local needs as may be necessary.
Community service projects can be initiated by anyone by completing the Community Service Project Form. Each project will be evaluated to determine needs, schedule requirements and cost to complete. Once approved the project will be scheduled and team members will be assigned.
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