More than 70 ap­ply to Rotary’s In­ter­act Club

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Ro­tar­ian Ni­cole Flem­ing met new In­ter­act Club ap­pli­cants at East­side High School.

East­side re­ceived more than 70 ap­pli­ca­tions for mem­ber­ship into the In­ter­act Club for the 20122013 school year.

This is a record high ac­cord­ing to In­ter­act ad­vi­sor Gin­ger Boyter. Ni­cole Flem­ing is the New Gen­er­a­tions Chair for the Rotary Club of Cov­ing­ton, which com­prises ser­vice re­lated ini­tia­tives for youths 12-30 years of age.

The school bell rang and this com­puter lab quickly filled with more than 30 hope­ful In­ter­act club mem­bers for the 2012-2013 school year at East­side High School.

An­other 40 ap­pli­cants were not able to at­tend this re­view meet­ing, but have com­mit­ted to serv­ing through Rotary’s New Gen­er­a­tions pro­gram for youths ages 12-18.

The ESH In­ter­act club has a ro­bust community ser­vice plan for the 20122013 school year that in­cludes: Ser­vice at the Spe­cial Olympics

Send­ing let­ters to sol­diers for the hol­i­days

Serv­ing at the Ben­ton House

Serv­ing at the Lit­er­acy Fes­ti­val of Cov­ing­ton Help­ing with the 60-year-old Cov­ing­ton Rotary Stock­ing Stuffer Project dur­ing the hol­i­days

Fundrais­ing Projects

En­vi­ron­menta Proj- ects

These young men and women ex­em­plify the fu­ture of our so­ci­ety and take pride in ser­vice above self.

Any res­i­dent who would like any in­for­ma­tion about how youths can be­come in­volved with Rotary, feel free to send our New Gen­er­a­tions Chair an email at New­Gen­er­a­tions@Ro­taryCov­ing­

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