Ready to tackle the clean up effort. (L-R): Rotarians Bill Sharp with wife, Lucia; Diane Osborne; Lew McCoy; Ray Buck; Mike Hunter; and Kenneth O’Neal.  Zoe Van Dyke not pictured.
Recently, The Rotary Club of Kerrville – Morning (Morning Rotary) members and families were busy at the Upper Guadalupe River Authority’s 17th Annual River Clean Up - Reimagined. The River Clean Up is one of 12 service projects and activities sponsored by the club.
Past President, Jon Tilley, worked alongside his son, Jack, demonstrating by example the Rotarian mantra of “Service above Self.”
“It’s fun to fellowship and work alongside friends and peers. Most of all, it’s rewarding to see families working together on our service projects. Jack is learning, at a young age, through first-hand experience the joy and satisfaction of giving back to the community,” said Ray Buck, Morning Rotary President.
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Post clean up with river trash (L-R): Rotarians Jon Tilley with son Jack; Lew McCoy; Kenneth O’Neal; Mike Hunter; and Diane Osborne.
Morning Rotarian, Bill Sharp, with a bicycle and bouquet retrieved from the river.