Rotary Club Constructing Wiregrass Children’s Home Playground

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The Dothan-Houston County Rotary Club will be constructing a play ground for the Wiregrass Children’s Home.

The work on the new playground will begin on Friday, Aug. 23 and will continue through Saturday, Aug. 24.

Rotary Club members will plan two full days to work on and complete the play ground service project. The play ground will be located at the Wiregrass Children’s Home campus.

“I am so proud of our Rotary Club members that will be volunteering their time, tools, carpentry skills and their many other talents to help construct a play ground for the Wiregrass Children’s Home,” said Club President Susan Wilkins. “Our Rotary Club’s motto is “Service above Self” and what better way to demonstrate this motto than our club members working the next two days to construct this much needed playground for a this wonderful organization that helps so many children in our Wiregrass Community.”

“To know our Club’s efforts to constructing playground will help brighten the day of so many children in our Wiregrass community is heart-warming for me,” stated Heidi Condrey, Rotary Club member and the Club’s project coordinator. “I know our work over the next two days will be such a gift for so many and I am so blessed to be a part of this project.” “It is a pleasure to be able to serve alongside so many wonderful people in our club that has such a spirit of giving back to our community.” I can’t wait to be with my fellow Rotarians the next two days to see this playground completed.”

Wilkins stressed the important work Rotary is doing for the Wiregrass Community. “Our Rotary Club is mission minded and our members are dedicated to giving back to the community.” She also stated, “We would love to have as many of our media friends come by the Wiregrass Children’s Home tomorrow and/or Saturday to witness first-hand the great work our club is doing in our great community.”

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