Spring will be busy for the Byesville club. The club is involved in five projects.
On Saturday, March 21, Byesville Rotary in partnership with Cambridge Rotary, Lions, Lioness Club, Kiwanis, and Circle K of Muskingum University will be holding a food drive at Reisbeck’s and Walmart between 10:00 am and 6:00 pm. The food drive is being held to assist Grace Pantry, Cambridge Salvation Army, Pleasant City Food Pantry, Main Avenue Methodist Church of Byesville, and Stop 9 Church of Christ Food Pantry reduce hunger in Guernsey County.
On Saturday, March 28, Byesville Rotarians will welcome the Easter Bunny at their annual Breakfast with the Easter Bunny fundraiser. The club will be serving their traditional menu of pancakes and sausage. A free picture with the Easter Bunny is offered to everyone purchasing an adult meal.
In April, the club partners with Southeastern Med to offer a Health Fair. Twenty-six screening tests will be available for one low price. PSA (prostate cancer) and TSH (thyroid) screening tests will be offered for an additional fee. Date and times will be announced later.
In early May, the club will host its 27th Annual Scholarship Golf Scramble. Funds raised at the scramble will be used to provide scholarships to Rolling Hills’ seniors. May is also the month that the club will hold their first chicken BBQ of the year. The BBQ is traditionally held 3rd Saturday of the month.
Club members welcomed three Zane State students—Megan Childers, Kim LaFollette, and Samantha Roe. The students are working on a project about service clubs. Their project is to identify how clubs can get more membership involvement. After the business meeting, the students interviewed Chuck Fair, the club president.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Byesville-Rotary/256548047818283. The club meets 7:30 am, Tuesday at the Stop Nine Senior Center at 60313 (GPS use 60299) Southgate Road, Byesville. Walk-ins are welcome at the club’s meeting.