RICHLAND, Wash. - As the Tri-Cities grows in population so does the number of young adults looking for ways to get involved in the community.
The Mid-Columbia Rotaract does all kinds of community service projects. Tuesday night they met at the Red Lion Hotel in Richland for their bi-monthly meeting.
President Lisa Lockrem said, "It's a rewarding experience to be able to go out there and know you've made a difference in someone's life."
The group works with Second Harvest, they park cars at the Hydro Races, serve food at Oktoberfest among many other community service projects.
The new service is for men and women between the ages of 18 and 30 and any university students.
The club is sponsored by Richland Rotary and has been involved in the Tri-Cities community since June 28, 2005.
There are about 25 current members. They meet every second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7 pm at the lounge in the Richland Red Lion Hotel.
There website is www.mcrotaract.com.