Tree Planting to Honor University’s Century of Service to Rotary

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On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Rotary in Cape Girardeau and in recognition of the service of all University Rotarians, a black gum tree will be planted in front of Academic Hall at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 5. The tree, which produces Redhawk-red fall foliage, will commemorate 100 years of dedicated and selfless service to Rotary by the University’s faculty, staff, administration and alumni. A plaque from the Rotary Club of Cape Girardeau and the Rotary Club of Cape Girardeau-West will accompany the tree. The campus community is invited to the tree planting.

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