Work continues on our planned Hill Country Veterans Center Food Drive. As a club, we have been dedicated to keeping the HCVC Food Pantry filled throughout the year. They are running low on food items due to the additional needs stemming from COVID-19. Please consider donating non-perishable food items on Aug. 22 at the HCVC from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. If you would rather donate money, we will do the shopping for you!
Also, if you own a business, include your employees and customers. We adopted this food pantry when we learned that veterans don't usually ask for help and feel more comfortable going to a veteran-run organization should they need something.
Please help us FILL THAT PANTRY.
The Labor Day Walk-A-Fun is scheduled for Labor Day, September 7th, and has been adjusted to meet the requirements of the City of Kerrville amid COVID-19 concerns.
It will be at Louise Hays Park, and Rotarians will be handing out cold water and sharing the story of Rotary  from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.. We will be able to post our awareness signs along the River Trail and hand out invitations to NEXT YEAR'S EVENT! We will not have groups of more than10 people and will be wearing masks and following CDC guidelines for social distancing.
Trash pickup
We are so excited to be able to resume some of our activities, which includes our quarterly Trash Pick Up effort. It's been more than nine months since our last event and we are really going to need volunteers. 
It will be held Saturday, Sept. 12 from 7:30-9 a.m. Event organizer Todd Odom says if you come at 7 a.m., he will provide individually wrapped food and drink for you! The group will meet at 7 a.m. at Tally Elementary. Our assigned cleanup area is on Goat Creek Road.
Todd is hoping for 20 volunteers, so please contact Todd at and let him know you will be happy to give an hour and a half of your Saturday to clean up our assigned highway.