Brookings Rotarians helped spruce up two club-sponsored projects recently, enjoying the service and fellowship while making two community park areas more attractive for visitors. Rotarians Michael Gonda, Marcia Janssen and Larry Janssen work on the annual clean up at the Rotary Garden at McCrory Gardens. This area was designed in 2005 to help commemorate the 100th anniversary of Rotary International. And Rotarians Don Norton, Reva Johnson, Kay Norton and Della Tschetter help refresh the paint on the Born Learning Trails at Hillcrest Park. These family and child-friendly paths were sponsored in 2020 by the Brookings Rotary Club to help celebrate the club’s 100th anniversary, and were completed in conjunction with the Brookings Area United Way. Born Learning Trails are located in Hillcrest and McClemans Parks.