The walls were shaking, the Earth was quaking, and no, it wasn't an AC/DC back to the 80's concert that had the neighborhood rockin' this past weekend. It was Rotarians showing up in full force for their second service project of the year at the Rotary Event Center. Their efforts yielded lots of sprucing up, cleaning up and some good, old-fashioned lumberjacking! There was plenty to do, and the Rotarians were not going to let a little rain and foul weather dampen their spirits of service. Teamwork and persistence were the themes of the day as trees were spruced up, silt fencing began going up and a big pine tree was going down. Chief Lumberjack, Larry Fassett, was in control of the chainsaw, and used his wily introduction skills to introduce a mammoth pine tree to the ground. 
 
BMOC John Dwyer got things organized, and it was a well-oiled machine of humanity as Rotarians filled trailer after trailer with cleaned up debris and clippings in an effort to get us all a step closer to having our own meeting place. A big Rotarian thank you to all that showed up and invested their Saturday to further the cause. Thanks to Pat Skidmore for taking the lead on organizing the day and for everyone that made it happen!