Rotary Community Corps helps make blankets
The Rotary Community Corps provides an amazing growth and enrichment experience for teens and adults with special needs. It is patterned after the Rotary Club of Parker, and conducts service projects in the community, including making blankets for Project Linus.
This project brought approximately 100 community members together to make blankets for sick or traumatized children. The LDS Church and Rotary members gathered on August 17 to prepare fleece material for the RCC to complete at the Parker United Methodist Church on August 20 where another 50 people came together and finished the project. The blankets were then presented to a representative from Project Linus.
For more information about the Rotary Community Corps of Parker, contact Kam Breitenbach at firstname.lastname@example.org.