In case you missed the program earlier this fall, consider donating to the Cedar Falls Rotary Club project that honors essential workers with a Rotary Plaza Memorial in Downtown Cedar Falls.

The Rotary Plaza Memorial in Cedar Falls, Iowa, honors these Essential Workers and provides
lasting teaching about our communities during the turmoil of the pandemic.
The monument includes three eight feet tall by five-foot-wide granite monoliths and seven stainless
steel covering bands. Four granite podiums highlight the Essential Workers and the ideals of Rotary.

The $1,000 giving level granite pavers are available for donors to have their names, the name of a
friend or loved one or the name of a business engraved. A granite donor wall will be constructed
featuring donors of other levels of giving.

The project is located on west first street along the Cedar River bike trail system on land owned
by the city, in the heart of downtown and near the Historical Society's Ice House Museum, Little Red
School House, and the Behrens Rapp Gas Station. The Plaza will feature two 8 foot wide bike trails
passing through the memorial. Air for bike tires, drinking water, a gazebo and restrooms are some of
the functional available enhancements on site.

Contact Project co-chairs Mike Butler at, or Gale Bonsall at

You may also go directly to the Cedar Falls Rotary Club website to donate online
at Donations to this 501C3 charitable foundation are tax deductible.