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Funding available from Rotary for community service projects

By From page A3 | January 28, 2014

The Rotary Club of Davis is seeking applications for project funding this year. Past successful projects have included the following goals: long-term benefit for the Davis community; hands-on participation by Rotarians assisting the requesting entity, when and where applicable; and the opportunity for Rotary to be recognized as a contributor for the intended project.

Past projects have included planting redwood trees in front of Davis High School; designing and installing landscaping at the southeast corner of Highway 113 and Covell Boulevard; installing a play structure at the South Davis migrant camp; painting the old Pence Gallery building exterior and constructing a deck and stage; installing sponsor signs for Davis school sites; and most recently partnering with the UC Davis Arboretum on the new “greening project” on the east end of the Arboretum.

Ongoing projects include the annual exchange of batteries of smoke alarms for senior citizens, ringing the bell during the holidays for the Salvation Army, delivering Meals on Wheels and painting various buildings that serve the less fortunate of Yolo County.

Interested parties and organizations should submit written project proposals by requesting a community service application from Robert Mazalewski at [email protected] or writing to the Rotary Club of Davis, attn: Robert Mazalewski, P.O. Box 185, Davis, CA 95617.

The completed form should be returned to the club at the above address or scanned and emailed to him.
Submissions are due by Feb. 28.

Enterprise staff

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