Service defines Rotary's character; whether local or international, it promotes Rotary's appeal and visibility in the community, and is the reason Rotary continues to grow.
Community service responds to the needs of a local community. The Lebanon Rotary Club determines top priorities for service projects by first learning about the community's needs, and then develops a response that addresses those needs.
Some of the local community projects supported by the Lebanon Rotary Club are:
Planting 140 Trees in Boswell and Atchley Parks in Lebanon.
Koats for Kids
Share Your Christmas
8th Grade Choices Program
Student College Scholarships
LHS Senior Academic & Awards Luncheon
Project 360 - The Sound House
Boswell Elementary Student Motivational Cookout
Children Shoe Fund
Kid's Fishing Day
Support for local non-profit organizations:
THREE YEAR PROJECTS:
Donated funds towards the Rotary Foundation program - Polio Plus.
Route 66 Museum located at the Lebanon/Laclede County Library
Improve the technology at Lebanon Jr. High School and Lebanon Senior
High School by placing "Smart Boards" in the classroom
Remodel and Upgrade to the Lebanon High School Library
Support the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Program at Boswell Elementary School
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Rotarian Michael Kirkland conducts LMS Choices Program
The Lebanon Rotary Club donated $66,000 over a three year period to help establish the Route 66 Museum in the Lebanon/Laclede County Library.
The Lebanon Rotary Club donated
$30,000 over a three year period to place interactive smart board technology in each of the high school and junior high school classrooms in Lebanon R-3 Schools
The Lebanon Rotary Club donated $30,000 over three years to assist in the renovation of the Lebanon High School Library.
The Lebanon Rotary Club is donating $30,000 to the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Program at Boswell Elementary to help pay for supplies to educate all of the 4th and 5th graders in the STEM Program.
The Lebanon Rotary Club's first three year project was from 1985 to 1988. The club pledged $28,000 towards the newly formed Rotary Foundation program called Polio Plus.