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GVPD receives lobby ‘facelift’ from Rotary Club of Grass Valley

On Saturday, April 27, members of the Rotary Club of Grass Valley paid a visit to the Grass Valley Police Department armed with ladders, tape, paintbrushes and paint.

Their mission was to give a much-needed “facelift” to the lobby, which is the first point of contact for the public conducting business with the police department.

Within a few hours, this group of volunteer Rotarians transformed the lobby from a dull, egg-shell color to a bright white, giving it a clean and fresh appearance that is more inviting to patrons.

Dave Peeler of Sierra Performance in Grass Valley coordinated the project, and Tres Dix of Knight’s Paint donated the paint used for this project.

To learn more about the many ways the Rotary Club of Grass Valley gives back to the community, consider visiting or contacting a member.

The Rotary meets at 12:15 p.m. Mondays at the Holbrooke Hotel, 212 W. Main St., in downtown Grass Valley.

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