Projects of the Ironton Rotary Club
Here are just a few projects the Ironton Rotary Club is involved in.
Every year in February the Ironton Rotary Club hosts its annual Pancake Breakfast. This is our biggest fundraiser of the year. The proceeds go to many service projects throughout the year. The Ironton Rotary Club’s yearly Pancake Breakfast is a staple in the community.
Ironton ROTARY Club Fountain
The Ironton Rotary Club fountain is a landmark in the community. Located in the center of the city. With its calm and satisfying sound, It’s a perfect place to sit and enjoy the day. The Ironton Rotary Club helps to maintain, clean and landscape this beautiful piece of Ironton History.
dictionary and thesaurus project
Every year we give out dictionaries to all the third graders and thesauruses to all the fifth graders in Lawrence County. This project is incredibly rewarding; seeing the faces of the children light up as they receive their books; makes this project worth everything.
Nursing SCHOLARSHIP program
Every year we award scholarships to the most deserving students of The Ohio University Southern nursing program. If you are interested in applying for this scholarship, please click the link below.
Water-borne disease has been identified as a national priority in Guatemala given the high incidence of diarrhoeal disease and chronic malnutrition. This project distributes water filters and stoves that enable access to clean water and improve cooking conditions by increasing fuel efficiency and reducing harmful indoor air pollution. It is the first Gold Standard water treatment or cookstove project in the country. The project is currently is Alta Verapaz, Huehuetenango and San Marcos departments and has so far benefitted over 230,000 people.