Help the Lander Rotary Club eradicate Polio. Events being held today.

At noon today, the Lander Rotary Club will be marking historic progress towards a polio-free world with the help of our community. Rotary members in Lander are among millions reaching out on World Polio Day to raise awareness and funds to end polio which is a vaccine preventable disease which still threatens children in parts of the world.

Join them in Lander at the Lander Bake Shop, Gannett Peak Sports, Mr. D’s and Safeway to participate in the Purple Pinkie World Polio Fundraiser. With a donation you will get your pinkie painted in support of ending polio. All donations made will go to Polio Plus through Rotary International to work to eradicate Polio worldwide.

Club President Joe Quiroz states that “The Lander Club is excited to get out into the community and raise awareness about this disease and all that we can do to support the end of it worldwide. Additionally, we are excited that the Riverton Rotary Club accepted our challenge to raise funds on this important day, doubling the impact from Fremont County.”

To learn more visit endpolio.org

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At noon today, the Lander Rotary Club will be marking historic progress towards a polio-free world with the help of our community. Rotary members in Lander are among millions reaching out on World Polio Day to raise awareness and funds to end polio which is a vaccine preventable disease which still threatens children in parts of the world.

Join them in Lander at the Lander Bake Shop, Gannett Peak Sports, Mr. D’s and Safeway to participate in the Purple Pinkie World Polio Fundraiser. With a donation you will get your pinkie painted in support of ending polio. All donations made will go to Polio Plus through Rotary International to work to eradicate Polio worldwide.

Club President Joe Quiroz states that “The Lander Club is excited to get out into the community and raise awareness about this disease and all that we can do to support the end of it worldwide. Additionally, we are excited that the Riverton Rotary Club accepted our challenge to raise funds on this important day, doubling the impact from Fremont County.”

To learn more visit endpolio.org

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