If there was ever any doubt that the Rotary Club of Three Creeks didn't take its hands on service seriously, let that doubt die now.
On the first two Saturdays of November, the club completed service projects with the Community Military Appreciation Committee (CMAC) and Habitat for Humanity.
These were projects number 23 and 24 for the club, which is 25 months old.
On November 3, five members, a spouse and a potential new member volunteered to rake leaves, eliminate moss, pull weeds, trim shrubs and pressure wash concrete at the Clark County Veterans War Memorial to prepare for Veterans Day ceremonies.
On November 10, nine members and a family member volunteered to complete outside tasks including installing siding, spray insulation, fire blocking, and caulking in preparation for paint at Habitat for Humanity's McKibbin Commons.
These projects make a big difference to the organizations that host us, and the efforts of our volunteers go a long way in making a big impact for the groups we're helping.