‘Rotary Roundup’ Hoping to Rope New Members

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‘Rotary Roundup’ Hoping to Rope New Members

NMFR_promo1-1The Rotary Club of West Kaua‘i is hoping to attract prospective members and increase its ranks with a ‘Rotary Roundup’ membership drive Oct. 24 at Wranglers restaurant in Waimea Town.

The event kicks off the weekend’s Waimea Fall Festival celebration with live music from local country band “Not My First Rodeo” during Happy Hour in front of the Saddle Room from 4 to 6 p.m., followed by opening presentations, dinner and social activities.

Limited tickets are available by request from any current Rotarian or by calling 482-0036.

The Rotary Club of West Kaua‘i has been helping make a difference through community service projects on the Westside since it was chartered in December 1944.

The club annually provides scholarships to Waimea High School seniors, donates dictionaries to third graders, hosts the island’s all-schools track meet, and helps maintain the grounds of the Russian Fort, among other activities.

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