An information session about how to start a “Rotaract” Club, a service organization for adults age 18 to 30, will be held on the Martin Luther King Day of Service, Monday, Jan 20, at noon in Moomaw Center on the Dabney S. Lancaster Community College Clifton Forge campus.
“Rotaract is a global community of young adults who gather for positive change,” says DSLCC President Dr. John Rainone, who will make welcoming remarks at the meeting on Jan. 20. “Rotaract clubs are involved with hands-on service projects, fun networking and social activities, and provides an opportunity for professional development.” Rotaract clubs are sponsored by local Rotary clubs.
Also, a presentation on Rotary and Rotaract will be given by David Kleppinger, executive director of the Alleghany Highlands Economic Development Corporation. Both Rainone and Kleppinger are members of the Covington-Hot Springs Rotary Club.
The public is invited to attend. For more information, contact DSLCC Student Activities at 540-863-2828.