Rotary’s main objective is service — in the community, in the workplace, and around the globe. The 1.2 million Rotarians who make up more than 34,000 Rotary clubs in nearly every country in the world share a dedication to the ideal of Service Above Self.
The Rotary Club of Zion Canyon was officially chartered as a Rotary Club on October 27, 2015. Prior to its chartering it was a satelite club of the Rotary Club of Hurricane Valley.
Rotary clubs are open to people of all cultures and ethnicities and are not affiliated with any political or religious organizations.
Rotary Club of Zion Canyon-Regular Meetings are every Thursday at Jack’s at 1:00pm. Please join us for lunch to learn more about how we support the Zion Canyon Community and how you can be a part of our club.
For more information please call:
Club President Jolene Pace - 435-772-0336
Club President Elect Andrea Wenzel - 435-772-3200
Past President Jill Burt - 435-772-0602
Club Secretary Tina Fairlamb - 435-772-6888
Club Treasurer Rick Wixom - 435-619-8500
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The Club uses money from donations to help pay for communtiy projects and all money raised through donations goes back into the community. Please consider donating and being a partner with the club in improving our community. Donations can be made through our paypal account below.
The 2016 Auction for Education was a great sucess. The Club raised over $14,000 that goes to support the art and music program at the Springdale Elementary School, scholarships for high school students from the Zion Canyon area, and other educational needs.
Next year, we'll again have a number of unique art items, adverturous recreation packages, special gifts and more, all donated by local artists, galleries and businesses supporting youth education. Proceeds of the auction benefit local art, music and education programs. Details will be posted on the Auction page as plans and auction items are finalized.
Holiday Giving Tree
Each holiday season the Rotary Club sponsors a Giving Tree to help children and families that need a little extra love during the holidays.
During the 2015 holiday season, the Giving Tree program was able to help 20 families and 53 children have a merry Christmas. April Gates, our Giving Tree Chair, did a tremendous job organizing and coordinating the tree. A huge thanks to her and to those that donated clothing, toys and money to support the Giving Tree.
Donations for the 2016 Giving Tree can be given to April (contact at 435-632-8869), Rick Wixom at the Town Hall, or at our weekly club meetings.
Each April, the the Club raises money at the annual Earth Day in support of Rotary International's global mission to eradicate polio. "Pinkies for Polio" references polio vaccination efforts in developing countries. Polio workers color the pinkie fingernail on one hand to show the child has been vaccinated.
Please visit www.endpolio.org for more information on Rotary's efforts to end polio worldwide.