The following are projects that are currently being working on or have
- Plymouth Elementary School:
At the beginning of each school year each third grade student
receives a dictionary. Project on-going
Plymouth Elementary School Garden: The fruits and vegetables
grown in the garden supplies the school cafeteria in part.
The garden is maintained by the kids at the school and the local Girl Scout Troop.
Community Garden: The garden was completed in the summer of 2016 in partnership
with the City of Plymouth. It is now ready to plant and start growing, the City of
Plymouth is assigning the garden spaces.
Snack Sack program: Supplies children at Plymouth Elementary
School with nutritious after school snacks. Project on-going
Mother Lode Highland Games: Bringing Scottish culture, sports, and
community to Amador County. Project on-going Official Website
- Community Hall: The community hall, built during the 1800s, was in
need of restoration both interior and exterior. During September 2015 the
exterior was restored and painted. The signage that could be restored was,
those that couldn't were replaced with new signs that looked like the originals
Clean-Up Day: Large dumpsters were provided for e-waste and large item
disposal in 2015. The clean-up day was free of charge to anyone who brought
items for disposal.
- Each November twenty-four thanksgiving baskets are prepared and
distributed. The Rotaract Club and two Interact Clubs, sponsored by Rotary Club of
Plymouth-Foothills provides an additional fourteen baskets.
- February 2016 ~ Two two-day eye clinics were held in Mexico, an adult clinic in
Zihuatanejo and a children's clinic in Coayucol. The Zihuatanejo eye clinic examined
one thousand two hundred patients, while the children's clinic examined two hundred ten
children and a few adults. The Rotary Club of Plymouth-Foothills partnered with Lions In-Sight.
A total of one thousand three hundred patients were seen during the two-day eye clinic.
February 2015 A two-day eye clinic was held in Zihuatanejo, Mexico.
The Rotary Club of Plymouth-Foothills partnered with
Lions In-Sight. One thousand patients were seen in this two-day effort with each receiving
eyeglasses as needed. Lions In-Sight brought back 10 special prescriptions, filling those
and shipping them back to Mexico.
- 2016 Matching Grant obtained to add a computer room, computers, equipment and air
conditioning to one of the schools in Zihuatanejo. In addition this grant provided
formal education for the teachers to learn English. In turn they are now teaching their
students, both children and adults, English.