We are grateful to the Rotary Club of Greater Clark County for recently pledging a contribution of $500 to help get our new club started.
On April 20, Greater Clark County Club President Cheree Nygard shared, in an email to our club, "I wanted to let you know that our board met this afternoon and approved a $500 donation to the Rotary Club of Three Creeks."
This is the first cash contribution to our club, and we are grateful for the help from the Greater Clark County club.
Our gratitude goes out today to Carol Keljo, owner of Security Signs and member of the Rotary Club of Camas-Washougal, who pledged a donation of an a-frame sign to our new club.
In an email yesterday to our club, Keljo said, "It is very exciting to have a new club. I would like for Security Signs to donate an A-board that could be used at club meetings and events."
This is the first contribution of any kind to our club, and we appreciate this help from both Carol and Security Signs.
It comes as a result of a meeting of the Clark County Rotary presidents, convened by Assistant Governor Danette LaChapelle where Susanne Cox and Nelson Holmberg provided an update of how our new club's progress was going, and asked for support from the other clubs in the county.