Another step forward this week (May 8-11):-the Rotary grove monument is now sanded and sealed for weather, and the stainless Rotary wheel, interpretive signs, and sample plaques are mounted for all to see.
Pres.Elect Stewart is complaining his arms are nearly off, after 4+ hours of sanding (that’s tough old-growth fir!) – but it’s just part of getting ready for all the world to buy tags in support of the tree replanting project.
Our Rotary club gives its sincere thanks to all who are chipping in to make this possible:
- Katie Voelke and Celeste at NCLC for their advice and coordination
- Alan Evans, along with Gordon Smith and Camp 18 for the custom-sawn log, and Larson Construction and Matt Vaughan for the heavy equipment to install it,
- Joyce Stuber for ordering the interpretive signs, plaques and tags,
- Laura Freedman for organizing the Rotary Conference aspects, and
- Veronica Russell for the tasteful flyer and assistance on the web page, and
- Mogan Wichman for his eye and graphics arts skill.
- We maybe missing others, so please chime in so we can recognize them here.
It’s been a great team effort, by the new Rotarians in the Rotary Club of Seaside!
For anyone reading this – please consider commemorating a person, cause, employee or family member by buying a tag – or more than one. Click here for how.