Hemet Sunset Rotary participates in International Project


(International Project)

Members of Hemet Sunset Rotary participated in an International Project working with the Rotary Club of Rosarito La Mision and Tijuana Oeste Rotary Club. The project was to benefit an Elementary School, Escuela Primaria Xayuntamiento, which is located just south of Rosarito. The school is located so that it’s play yard, which is fenced with large bars, looks out at the blank wall of a building. The Rotary clubs decided to give the children something better to look at and a local artist, one of the members of the local Rotary, designed the mural. The three Rotary clubs came together to paint the mural over a weekend.

Hemet Sunset Rotary was represented by Laura Brock, president of Hemet Sunset, Linda Krupa, Hemet Councilwoman, Dan and Ruth Goodrich, Roberta Neff, Sophia Serrano and Brian Flannigan.

Completed Mural • Contributed Hemet Sunset Rotary

Hemet Sunset Rotary meets every Wednesday night at 5:30 at the Diamond Valley Arts Center on Harvard Street. Visitors are always welcome. They are gearing up for their big fundraiser, Festival of Frights, which will be Oct 19 at the Hemet Public Library. For more information call 951 708 1355. Monies raised through their fundraisers go back into the community to help other non-profits.

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