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Starner pours a batch of soap into the mold.
Starner pours a batch of soap into the mold.
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At last week’s Rotary Club meeting, Tennessee Soapworks owner Matthew Starner regaled the club with the intricacies of the soap making process. Starner mixed, poured and cut a (pre-made) block of soap during his presentation to the club, while giving a brief overview of the history of his business. Tennessee Soapworks is located on the square in Lafayette. In other business, MCHS graduate Jackson Sircy received a $1000 scholarship from the club.


The Rotary club is a service organization devoted to various projects supporting the community-at-large, including Makin’ Macon Fit, the Macon County 3rd Graders Dictionary Initiative, Boy Scouts, the Macon County High School Interact Club and the Junior High Interact Club, as well as scholarships. For more information on your local club you can call president Amy Phelps at 615-666-2151. Like ‘Rotary Club of Lafayette, TN’ on Facebook.


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