2021 Was a Tough Year for Rotary Lights

In addition to the first case of vandalism, Mother Nature tossed an unexpected December wind storm that caused about $150,000 of damage.
Rotary Lights President Pat Stephens has listed a series of September evenings they are looking for help to fix up several light displays. No experience is necessary; they will have Leo Chaput there leading our group.
A handful of us helped put new lights on 4 different displays this past Wednesday night and can attest that no experience was needed!
If you area able to volunteer, stop down at the Rotary Lights Warehouse (27 Market St., La Crosse) on Sept. 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28, 29 from 6-9 pm and lend a hand!
It will get you in the Christmas spirit and is guaranteed fun!