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Welcome to the Rotary Club of De Soto

De Soto Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Fridays at 7:00 AM
De Soto United Methodist Church
8760 Kill Creek Road
DeSoto, KS 66018
United States of America
We meet the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month at the De Soto Methodist Church, 8760 Kill Creek Rd. We try to participate in one community service project each month and hold one social event the last week of the month at various locations.
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Plan now for Oktoberfest 2023
Sponsored by Great American Bank
 
September 30, 2023
6pm to 10pm
Barn at Kill Creek Farm
 
$30 for all your food, drink, and music
 
Sponsorships available lorimurdock@att.net
For tickets: lorimurdock@att.net
Save the Date for the 2023 POP UP PADDLE
August 19th   ---  9am to Noon
 
The  De Soto Rotary will again partner with The Friends of the Kaw!
 
Come to a community event filled with kayaking, canoeing,
learning about water,  hotdogs, and more!
 
Stay tuned for more information!
THANK YOU TO ALL WHO ATTENDED OUR SPRING
BINGO AT THE BARN
 
IT WAS A SUCCESS AND FUN WAS HAD BY ALL!
 
The Barn at Kill Creek Farm
De Soto, KS 
 
$20 at the door for tickets to be used for 
cards, food, and more!
Extra tickets available!
 
The De Soto Rotary, the Friends of the Kaw, and the City of De Soto will be working together on rehabilitation of the old Rain Garden at Riverfest Park in De Soto.  There will be work days on July 19th and July 21st from 6PM to 8PM to clean up and tarp the area. Volunteers are needed!  Contact Lori and lorimurdock@att.net for more information.  In the fall, the groups will again work together to do some new plantings in the area.
The Rotary Club of De Soto partnered with the Friends of the Kaw to present Kids About Water Classes to the students at Lexington Trails Middles School.  Kids About Water is a water quality education class.
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