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Rotary Club of Terre Haute celebrates a century of service

The Rotary Club of Terre Haute celebrated its 100th year of service Thursday night with a banquet. The club donated $25,000 to Art Spaces to mark the occasion.

The Rotary Club of Terre Haute is celebrating 100 years of service by making a generous donation to the community.

Rotary members met at the Sycamore Banquet Center on ISU's campus Thursday night to pay homage to its long legacy of community service.

Terre Haute's club is the second oldest in the state and its president says this event, featuring a guest speaker and dinner, is a great way to celebrate all that the club has accomplished. "It really is a celebration. A time for the members for the member of Terre Haute--we also have members from around the state who have come this evening--just to celebrate 100 years of doing good work," says club president, Nancy Rogers.

To mark this milestone the club is donating $25,000 for an Art Spaces sculpture that will be in Fairbanks Park and will honor Paul Dresser and the state song, “On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away.”

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