Victoria Rotary celebrates 100 years

President-elect Jesse Pisors talks to members of the Victoria Rotary Club at Victoria Country Club in June.

The Victoria Rotary Club is now accepting applications for grant requests from local 501(c)(3) nonprofit community organizations.

Applications may be submitted for grants up to $1,500 per request.

The greatest priority will be given to projects that support youth and youth development, but other requests are welcome and often funded.

For application forms or more information, visit victoriarotary.org. The deadline to submit grant applications is midnight Nov. 1.

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