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Members of the Rotary Club of Rockford took part in the annual Rockford Community EXPO sponsored by the Rockford Chamber of Commerce.  Delayed from 2020 due to COVID, the EXPO showcases local non-profit groups, businesses, food vendors and crafters. Hundreds of attendees were able to learn more about Rotary's involvement in our community from Rotarians Tom Van Dam and Erik Luxhoj.  Everyone went home with Rotary goodies and kids loved the popular small rubber ducks!
Rotarian members worked alongside Rockford community members to spread mulch around the new trees planted earlier this year at Memorial Park. The event was part of the Rockford Sustainability Committee’s “go green” efforts in our area.
Phase II of the Rotary Pavilion renovation is underway in downtown Rockford and the Rotary Club of Rockford was excited to be able to provide an additional $20,000 to the City of Rockford for the project. Current President Erik Luxhoj and Immediate Past President Jim Tol presented the check to City Manager Thad Beard and Mayor Ed Ross. The Pavilion, at the corner of Courtland and Squires Street, is a favorite outdoor meeting place for visitors to the downtown area. New siding, lighting, insulated interior walls and windows are underway now. 
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