Volunteers recondition United States map at Wagonner Elementary School

Volunteers helped recondition a map of the United States at Wagonner Elementary before the start of the school year.
Photo by Jack Vickrey / Courtesy Photo

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Ehd,” replied Jay. “Right! that is red”, Vickrey responded, steering him over toward another state. While dirty handshakes and congratulations were passed around, Vickrey said: “I love to help with projects like this, especially when my niece is able to be involved. I think it is important to show the next generation what can be…accomplished when a community comes together, no matter how big or small. The ownership…they take in a project like this drives me to give back even more.” Later in the day, Cutler sent an email thanking participants and letting them know how much their work on the project meant to the school. “This Saturday’s service project at Waggoner Elementary was a huge success,” Cutler wrote. “I couldn’t be more pleased. Our community and our club always pulls together to positively impact the youth.” Disclosure: The author of this article is a member of the Winters Rotary Club. Matthew Finch, a volunteer who was interviewed for this piece, is the author’s spouse.]]>

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