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Pocatello Centennial Rotary is proud of past, ongoing and emerging service projects. We spend on average $6,000 and provide hundreds of voluntary hours annually. Recurring projects include money and advocacy to the Portneuf Greenway, Idaho State Civic Symphony; Idaho International Choral Festival; School District 25 Education Foundation; Gate City Grays community baseball, and our New Generations programs ROTARACT, INTERACT, Rotary Youth Exchange and RYLA. Larger matching grant projects include refurbishing a small village clinic in northeast India, classroom computer set for elementary school, replacement heating system for disabled persons sheltered work organization; new kitchen equipment for Salvation Army and large public art/sculpture. Hands-on recurring projects include cleanup and flower planting at Bistline Partnership Corner, Trapper Park, Simplot Square, Taysom Rotary Park; various trail building, repair and cleaning projects; and regular work at Idaho Food Bank. New projects for 2019-2020 include planning to refurbish a village school in Mexico, support the Southeast Idaho Crisis Center; and procure playground equipment for the Aid for Friends homeless shelter. If you believe that your cause or project fits with Pocatello Centennial Rotary club, ask to be a program speaker, tell your story and ask for support.