The Zanesville Rotary Clubs are continuing a 38-year tradition of roses.
Since 1974, the club has been selling different varieties of long-stem roses.
Rose Day chairman Tom Lear explained how the long-standing tradition began in Zanesville.
"A Rotarian and Local florist, John Imlay was looking for a project to raise money, and John came up with this idea of selling roses, and we've been doing it now for 38 years," said Lear.
On Tuesday, Lear and other...