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Bicentennial Park Splash Pad Project

The Rotary Club of Upper Sandusky recently took part in the dedication of the new, and first, spash pad in the city, which it helped make possible through a significant donation. The $4,500 gift helped to fund the purchase and installation of ground covering to enhance the splash pad's safety and increase its longevity for children of the community.  A special thanks to the City of Upper Sandusky Parks Department for all of their work to bring this great asset to our community!


Good Eggs for Easter Program Serves 149 Children 

The Upper Sandusky Rotary Club would like to sincerely thank the numerous community members who helped to provide 149 area children with needed clothing this Easter season.  This was the greatest amount of children ever participating in a single year of Good Eggs, and the heightened need would not have been fulfilled without the help of many!  

A few baskets were not collected last Friday (April 19th).  Left over baskets can be collected at the Wyandot Chamber of Commerce office (108 E Wyandot Ave., Upper Sandusky) until Friday, April 26th.



South Elementary School Playground Project

Last summer members of the Rotary Club of Upper Sandusky and members of the South Elementary School Parent Team worked hand in hand to install a new playground equipment structure.  Rotary partnered with the South School Parent Team to generate over $30,000 for the project of which over $12,000 came from a successful Rotary District 6600 Grant.  This project provides Upper Sandusky with the first ADA equipped playground equipment in the City!  Ground cover will soon be installed making this equiment open to the public and ready for the upcoming school year.



Rotary Makes Donation to Local Parks

The Rotary Club of Upper Sandusky presented a $2,500 check to Upper Sandusky Parks Department Supervisor Keith Neiderkohr on July 21st in support of the refurbishment of the band shell at Harrison Smith Park.  Thanks to all who support our beautiful local parks!



Rotary Helps at Camp Shuleski

Many local Rotarians and volunteers pitched in for another weekend work day at Camp Shuleski.  The Scout camp located south of the Village of Sycamore was established to serve a number of area youth groups, and construction of the camp facilities is still underway.  The Upper Sandusky Rotary Club made a past donation and completed work days prior to the efforts last weekend (May 20th).  Thank you to all that helped!