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The date for this year's Spring Clean Up is Saturday, May 13th. We will meet at Phil Baux Park and Old Wilson Schoolhouse at 8am Saturday morning. Volunteers will be assigned a section to clean, fuel up with some breakfast treats, grab a bright shirt/vest, and head out to clean.
We are looking for Rotary Club volunteers for both sections and help spreading the word to other community members who might be interested in helping us clean. Please email with any questions and to volunteer.
The USD 412,000 Water, Sanitation, and Dignity project is proceeding well.  The kitchen and store room at Mary Waters Secondary School has been transformed from grim walls, wood floors, and limited working surface to tile floors and walls, hot and cold water service, and stainless steel working surfaces.  The other schools are proceeding.  See Past President Gavin Keeton's update memo below.
Mark your calendars for our 7th Annual Casino Night on Saturday, November 5th! This year's event will take place at The Cowboy Bar from 6:30-11pm. Your ticket includes dinner, drinks, and dancing. Don't forget to buy a raffle ticket (or 3) for your chance to win an all-inclusive vacation to Mexico. All tickets can be purchased at the Casino Night website
Everyone is a donor to our recent Global Grant to improve the schools in the black township of Grahamstown, South Africa. The club and our club foundation each made a contribution to this huge $400,000+ Rotary Grant. We'll keep you updated on the progress of the remodels at the seven schools affecting over 5000 students. In the meantime, take a look at this short 1 minute video explaining all the work of The Rotary Foundation (TRF). Continue your donations to earn Paul Harris recognition (named after the founder of Rotary) as we each fulfill our obligation of donating $100 annually to TRF to ensure our work around the world and in our local communities.
Thank you,
Rotary Club of Jackson Hole's TRF committee chair
On Tuesday, July 5th, we celebrated a wonderful year of leadership under President Jim Waldrop as he handed the reins of our local club over to new President Jessica Jaubert. 
As is tradition with our yearly "Passing of the Gavel" meeting, President Jim recognized several rotarians for their outstanding service over the past year and incoming President Jessica outlined her goals for the coming year. 
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Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Wort Hotel
50 Glenwood St.
Jackson, WY 83001
United States of America