Rotary Club of Tahoe Incline repaints Incline bus shelters |

Rotary Club of Tahoe Incline repaints Incline bus shelters

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Members of the Rotary Club of Tahoe-Incline repainted the bus stop shelters in Incline Village on Saturday, April 27, as part of a day of work for Rotarians throughout the world. The day, called “Rotarians at Work Day,” has been set aside by Rotary International for club service projects in local communities.

On Rotarians at Work Day, the Tahoe-Incline club gave the shelters a complete coat of fresh paint inside and out. Tahoe-Incline club members Greg Brimm, with Ponderosa Property Management, and Jim Jervey, with Jim Jervey Painting, made substantial donations of paint, supplies, priming and base-coat services. The two local Rotary clubs have a long history with the bus stop shelters, having funded and organized the original construction in about 1997.

Rotary membership is available to all adults of good character and business, professional, or community reputation who are motivated to conduct their lives with high ethical standards and committed to serve their fellow human beings through club attendance and projects.

The Rotary Club of Tahoe-Incline meets weekly at the Hyatt on Thursdays at 7 am.  For more information, please contact club president, Jim O’Brien, 775-831-5245.

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