Rotary Club of Polk County/Mena
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Rotary Club of Polk County/Mena was chartered by Rotary International on January 1, 2000. The club now has 28 members who are committed to making our world a better place to live. Though the club is an active supporter of many international and district level projects, such as clean water projects and contributing to polio eradication events.
As a club, we have made the focused decision to focus much of our time and funding on our local community. With the believe that if we contribute to our community, the ripple effect will effect will impact beyond the borders of our communities. Within our community we have developed programs that benefit the health of the community and the cultural or spiritual well being of the community. We have reached out to improve the health of the community through our Polk County Warm Up Project (to get warm clothing to those in need) and our Blessing Box program (to get basic necessities such as toiletries and non-perishable foods to the community). We also strive to provide cultural and positive experiences in the community. Each year we sponsor a Breakfast with Santa event to give children and families a fun environment to get into the holiday spirit.
We come together weekly and for many projects throughout the year with 2 goals in mind: 1) to make a valuable impact on our communities and ultimately the world and 2) to have a good time while we do!
We hope you will join us for a good time at Wheel A'Mena!
Warmest Regards, Rotary Club of Polk County/Mena