Rotarians go to work for the city

SAN MARCOS — The Rotary Club of San Marcos will be assisting the city of San Marcos by expanding the number of garden plots at the San Marcos Community Garden from 8 a.m. to noon April 30. The 30 existing plots have consistently been filled causing others to be put on a waiting list to obtain one of the coveted spaces.
Led by volunteers from the Rotary Club, student members of the Interact Clubs from San Marcos and Mission Hills high schools and local Boy Scouts will also be donating their time for this one-day effort.
The garden is located at 1263 Fulton Road. Volunteers should wear work clothes, close-toed shoes and gloves and bring a shovel, if possible.
More than 75,000 Rotarians around the world will participate in Rotarians At Work Day. Locally, more than 3,500 Rotarians from 61 clubs will be working on hands-on projects throughout San Diego and Imperial counties.
Interested volunteers are welcome. For more information about how to participate in Rotarians at Work Day, visit rotariansatwork.org, or contact Holly Malan at (760) 518-2035.

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