The Rotary Club of Augusta conducted a successful raffle of a Mercedes car that raised $25,000 for Child Enrichment. The club had more than 120 members contribute to and assist with the raffle, which will help fund child abuse prevention and treatment. Picture, from left, are Leland Malchow, Faye Hargrove, Kari Brooke, Shanda Vaughn, and Patrick Cullinan. ORIGINAL ARTICLE HERE
This family-friendly, fun event will enable elementary-middle school aged youth to participate in hands-on activities. Rotarians and community members will challenge our youth to think the unthinkable. They will be encouraged to visualize themselves in a work environment and spark the spark inside of themselves. Club members will tailor this event so our community youth can visualize themselves as an entrepreneur and business person in the industries focusing on SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, ARTS & ARCHITECTURE, MATH.
The Rotary Club of Hinesville Celebrated 40 years of service to the Liberty County Sheriff Department by employee, Ethel Jones aka (Sunshine). Ethel was honored by the club as “Public Servant of the Month. Sunshine was accompanied by Major Jeff Hein. Joe Ford is the clubs vocational service chair and not pictured. The club also had a great presentation by LCBOE lead STEAM teacher Kim Boucher. Kim has been a great asset and friend to the club during preparation for their STEAM Celebration happening Feb 10 at the Georgia Southern Liberty Campus.
The club also celebrated club member Brigitte Cabeza Shanken. Brigitte is headed to India, she not only represents her club, is an Assistant Governor and Friendship Exchange Member.