Rotary welcomes Fellows, presents check


Dessie Rogers, Executive Director of the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce, introduced students — Nick Ratliff, a senior at Wright State University, Levi Luttrell, a sophomore of Illinois Tech, and Carly Pritchard, a junior at Wilmington College — to The Wilmington Rotary Club (Noon). These students spoke about their experiences in the Clinton Community Fellows program of the chamber. The Fellows program enables local students to do projects in their field of study at local businesses, government and charitable organizations. The focus is to retain their talents locally and to show them local opportunities. Shown are: Clinton Community Fellows Nick Ratliff, Levi Luttrell and Carly Pritchard; Dessie Rogers, Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director; and Jack Powell, President of The Wilmington Rotary Club (Noon).


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Kathryn Markins, Past President of The Wilmington Rotary Club (Noon), presents a check to Katherine Harrison, Rotary Member and administrator of the lunch program at the Piton School at Haiti. The grant money goes to feed the students at the Piton School in Haiti. This is one of many international projects that Rotary clubs do in meeting one of their mottos of “Service above Self.”


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Dessie Rogers, Executive Director of the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce, introduced students — Nick Ratliff, a senior at Wright State University, Levi Luttrell, a sophomore of Illinois Tech, and Carly Pritchard, a junior at Wilmington College — to The Wilmington Rotary Club (Noon). These students spoke about their experiences in the Clinton Community Fellows program of the chamber. The Fellows program enables local students to do projects in their field of study at local businesses, government and charitable organizations. The focus is to retain their talents locally and to show them local opportunities. Shown are: Clinton Community Fellows Nick Ratliff, Levi Luttrell and Carly Pritchard; Dessie Rogers, Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director; and Jack Powell, President of The Wilmington Rotary Club (Noon).

Kathryn Markins, Past President of The Wilmington Rotary Club (Noon), presents a check to Katherine Harrison, Rotary Member and administrator of the lunch program at the Piton School at Haiti. The grant money goes to feed the students at the Piton School in Haiti. This is one of many international projects that Rotary clubs do in meeting one of their mottos of “Service above Self.”

Dessie Rogers, Executive Director of the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce, introduced students — Nick Ratliff, a senior at Wright State University, Levi Luttrell, a sophomore of Illinois Tech, and Carly Pritchard, a junior at Wilmington College — to The Wilmington Rotary Club (Noon). These students spoke about their experiences in the Clinton Community Fellows program of the chamber. The Fellows program enables local students to do projects in their field of study at local businesses, government and charitable organizations. The focus is to retain their talents locally and to show them local opportunities. Shown are: Clinton Community Fellows Nick Ratliff, Levi Luttrell and Carly Pritchard; Dessie Rogers, Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director; and Jack Powell, President of The Wilmington Rotary Club (Noon).
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_IMG_1778-1.jpgDessie Rogers, Executive Director of the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce, introduced students — Nick Ratliff, a senior at Wright State University, Levi Luttrell, a sophomore of Illinois Tech, and Carly Pritchard, a junior at Wilmington College — to The Wilmington Rotary Club (Noon). These students spoke about their experiences in the Clinton Community Fellows program of the chamber. The Fellows program enables local students to do projects in their field of study at local businesses, government and charitable organizations. The focus is to retain their talents locally and to show them local opportunities. Shown are: Clinton Community Fellows Nick Ratliff, Levi Luttrell and Carly Pritchard; Dessie Rogers, Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director; and Jack Powell, President of The Wilmington Rotary Club (Noon). Courtesy photos

Kathryn Markins, Past President of The Wilmington Rotary Club (Noon), presents a check to Katherine Harrison, Rotary Member and administrator of the lunch program at the Piton School at Haiti. The grant money goes to feed the students at the Piton School in Haiti. This is one of many international projects that Rotary clubs do in meeting one of their mottos of “Service above Self.”
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_IMG_1782.jpgKathryn Markins, Past President of The Wilmington Rotary Club (Noon), presents a check to Katherine Harrison, Rotary Member and administrator of the lunch program at the Piton School at Haiti. The grant money goes to feed the students at the Piton School in Haiti. This is one of many international projects that Rotary clubs do in meeting one of their mottos of “Service above Self.” Courtesy photos
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