Club Executives & Directors
The Downtown Rotary club will once again participate with the Kansas State Extension Office in the annual Topeka Water Festival
Topeka Water Festival Thursday, September 18, 2014 9:30 AM to 2:05 PM GARFIELD PARK COMMUNITY CENTER, 1600 NE Quincy Street Topeka, Kansas 66608.
This is a community event where all 4th grade students in Shawnee County are invited to spend a day learning about the importance of water to life and move through various stations learning about the properties of water, the value of good clean potable water and the water cycle. We need at least 8 Rotarians to help work our two stations. Students visit our stations “The Incredible Journey” and play a game about the water cycle. Please email or talk to Marie Pyko if you are available for a two hour shift. email@example.com or 580-4560
The grant application can be downloaded under the Download Files section in the right column. Organizations with questions can contact the Rotary Club of Topeka office at (785) 232-7216.
The Topeka Rotary Foundation is accepting applications to fund social service, public health and safety, arts and culture, recreation, and entertainment projects in Topeka and Shawnee County.
Jessica Goubeaux chairwoman of the foundation’s grant committee said they are expecting to fund three to five civic projects in the Topeka and Shawnee County area.
Topeka Water Festival
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