Noon Rotary Beginning Plans for 100th Anniversary


Published on February 14 2018 2:53 pm
Last Updated on February 14 2018 2:53 pm
Written by Greg Sapp


The Effingham Noon Rotary Club began planning for the club's 100th anniversary with a brainstorming session at Wednesday's meeting.

The club was established in 1920, just 15 years after the first Rotary club was formed in Chicago.

A variety of ideas were advanced designed to draw attention to Rotary and its ideals, but also some projects that will serve others, which reflects Rotary's motto: "Service Above Self".

Jarrett Jones was the Rotary weekly student guest. Jarrett is the son of Matt and Nikki Jones and is a senior at Effingham High School.