Rotary Club of West Polk County
                       Noon Monday Meetings
The Rotary Club of West Polk County had the pleasure of hearing an informative and emotional presentation about another wonderful central Iowa organization.  DeLayne Hebert presented on the subject of Wildwood Hills Ranch of Iowa; a 400 acre non-profit facility, set in the scenic hills of Madison County, just south of Des Moines.
Established in 2001, the facility exists to transform lives and strengthen communities by providing healing, hope, and God’s unconditional love to children and at-risk youth.  At one point in her life, DeLayne was one of those “at risk” youth.  She was steered to the ranch and it has been a life changing experience for her, which is why now, although she is just about to be a college graduate, she feels compelled to give back by volunteering and helping to spread the wonderful story.
The facility, while wonderful today, has many future plans for improvement.  In fact, they have a three phase plan to add additional improvements such as the addition of a short term residential program, development of long term residential facilities for high risk children and teens, as well as many facility additions and enhancements.
The Rotary Club of West Polk County is grateful for Ms. Hebert’s presentation, we are fans of the mission and work of the ranch, and we encourage you to learn more about this tremendous organization by visiting their website at