Wednesday, March 30, 2011 | 12:05 p.m.
The Rotary Club of Summerlin is getting down and dirty in April to clean up Wayne Bunker Family Park.
Members will be out painting, picking up trash and washing off graffiti and grime at the park on April 23, as part of the international "Rotarians at Work Day" in which more than 70,000 club members across three continents will take part in service projects.
"Government budget cuts have made volunteer projects like the Wayne Bunker Family Park clean up even more important to the Las Vegas community," said club president Diane Cabral in a news release. "'Service Above Self' is the motto that Rotarians have lived by for more than a century, and those words still describe the things we live by."
For more information about the Rotary Club of Summerlin or its community service efforts, call 702-838-4550 or visit the club's website.