The Rotary Club of Zionsville participated in its first-ever Zionsville Community Schools “Do-Day” March 15, during which organizations and students work on various projects that benefit the local community and state. The Zionsville Community High School Interact Club, which is an extension of the regular Rotary Club, also helped out in this and other service projects, which was held at Zionsville Middle School. Several other community members also helped out.
This year, the club sponsored The Million Meal Movement — a program that packs meals for those in need in area communities. In all, the club and others packed more than 14,000 meals — all of which stay right here in Indiana. This was all done in one night at Zionsville Middle School.
"We could not be prouder to show our club’s 'Service above Self' mission and put this into practice once again in our community — our donations and service hours helping for such a worthy cause," Rotary Club of Zionsville President-Elect Andrew Liss noted. The Rotary Club plans on making this an annual service project in the future.