The Special Projects committee considers funding large (over $5,000) physical projects that benefit the general public and promote Rotary‚Äôs mission by displaying the CCR logo. 

The Special Projects committee works hard to leverage our dollars with other public/private funding agencies. Typical types of projects include outdoor public art displays that are often jointly funded with the Allied Arts commission or other entities. Other projects include buildings, benches, water fountains, trees, park and trail improvements and/or information displays that are utilized by the general public. The installation and maintenance are often provided by a local city or county agency. Most of our projects are jointly funded with public agencies as the Special Projects committee tries to leverage our limited funds to accomplish larger, harder to fund projects.

We welcome and appreciate new members who are interested in working with local community officials and existing Rotary members to generate ideas for a better Tri-Cities.

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