Iowa City Noon Rotary Club Celebrates 100 Years

by on June 11th, 2015

The Iowa City Noon Rotary Club is celebrating 100 years of service with its Rev Up for Rotary, Rev Up for Reading raffle drawing.

Buy your tickets now for a chance to win a 2015 Toyota Highlander XLE AWD. Tickets are $25 each or five for $100, with proceeds benefiting the Iowa City Public Library, the Coralville Public Library, the North Liberty Community Library, and Iowa City Noon Rotary community projects.

Tickets can be purchased at the libraries or from an Iowa City Noon Rotary Club member. The winning ticket will be drawn during the club’s Centennial Celebration on Thursday, Nov. 5. Tickets are good for a chance at other valuable prizes, including a 7-day Winter Park at a Colorado condominium that sleeps up to eight people.

Winners need not be present to win.

The Iowa City Noon Rotary Club was established in 1915 to bring the ideals of Rotary International to the community, with club members supporting international, national and local efforts to improve health and wellness, education and literacy, and the lives of others. These include but are not exclusive to:

  • Polio Plus Campaign – a fundraising campaign to eradicate polio worldwide
  • Iowa MOST – funding cleft lip palate surgeries for patients in Central America
  • I Can Read – an early literacy project with Sing-a-Long books, CDs and DVDs gifted to local schools
  • 4th Grade Dictionary Project – dictionaries are distributed to every fourth grade student in the Iowa City Community School District each year
  • Scholarship and travel expenses for local students participating in activities such as Special Olympics and We the People.

For more information about Iowa City Noon Rotary, visit or find them on Facebook under Iowa City Noon Rotary Club.

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