Rotary searches for a cause

The Duluth Rotary Club says it’s in search of a major community project to help recognize its 100th anniversary in 2011. Rotary seeks projects that benefit the community, honor the past and look toward the future, recognizing the club as a community force in the coming century, said Bruce VonRiedel, chair of the club’s major projects committee

The club aims to provide a minimum of $100,000 in funding for the project it selects. Proposals should strive to include creative ways to involve club and community members. The deadline for proposal submissions is Nov. 1. A project will be selected by March 1.

For more information and a list of proposal submittal requirements, visit the Rotary Club of Duluth 25 Web site at www. duluthrotary.org, call (218) 722-0451 or e-mail office@duluthrotary.org.
 

One thought on “Rotary searches for a cause

  1. Rotary International has a long standing reputation of good work…thank you for that. In this nearly unprecedented economic situation, the projects and causes to fund and energize are almost endless. I trust the Rotary leadership will make wise decisions. Again thank you for your service.

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