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Rotary embarks on clock campaign

April 11, 2014

Photo submitted The Rotary Club's newest project involves raising funds to purchase a large clock to be located in downtown St. Marys.

In celebrating their 65-year anniversary the St. Marys Rotary Club plans to continue to give back to the community by donating a large clock set to be displayed along the General Edward Meyer Boulevard in downtown St. Marys.
The $50,000 clock will stand 16 ft. high and is made of cast aluminum in a black finish with gold leaf highlights and brass clockworks. It designed in a Victorian theme which will complement the city's theme.
St. Marys City Council gave its unanimous approval of the project and to accept the clock as a gift to the community.

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