The Sedalia Rotary Club will host their 48th annual auction to fund all their charitable endeavors on Friday evening (April 26) at the Best Western State Fair Motor Inn.

The Rotary supports many programs and projects here in our area.  They help out with the Community Café, scholarships for high school seniors and international projects like getting clean water in Panama, care for newborns in the country of Georgia and livestock for a retirement home in Belarus.  They also work tirelessly to try to end Polio all around the world by getting people vaccinated.

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This time, though, they're focusing on a few things. “Sedalia Community Helping Hands” which works to prevent displacement of poor and disabled persons who homes violate Sedalia's building codes, by connecting repair and clean-up projects with community service teams and organizations; A Smith-Cotton JROTC scholarship in memory of past Rotarian and Former Club President Amanda May; And creation of a “Community Hope Chest” that will support local families who have been dealt “life-altering” events that have left them with current financial struggles.

These great causes need your help, though!  The Sedalia Rotary is asking for that help with their auction.  They're going to have tons of great stuff, and plenty of donations from local businesses.

The Rotary Club Auction will be held at 7:00 p.m., but the doors open at 5:30 p.m. so you can get a good look at the silent auction items, and those start bidding at 6:00 p.m.  Drinks and hors d'oeuvres will be served, and tickets can be purchased from any Rotary member or at the door.

Make sure you go on by to the Best Western State Fair Motor Inn on Friday April 26th.  If you need more information, you can always keep up with them on their Facebook page.

Rotarily yours,


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