The Manchester Rotary Club is growing by leaps and bounds.
The group has tripled its membership in the past two years, growing from 11 members to 34. Rotary Club President Emily Peyton says it’s exciting to see more community members getting involved.
The Rotary Club is made up of a variety of community members, including business leaders, employees and retirees. And they make an effort to meet every week.
The Rotary Club’s main mission is giving back to the community – and Peyton says they do that in many ways.
And tonight, you’ll find some of the Manchester Rotary Club members volunteering their time for “Bartenders for a Cause” at Pin Oak. They’ll be serving as guest bartenders from 5 to 8 pm to raise money that will go back to their club to help the causes they support.
(photo by Janelle Tucker, KMCH)