Doyle speaks on Rotary job shadowsTom Boerger presided over the May 11 Rotary meeting, Tom Eckstein gave the invocation, Marv Tokach and Bev Kennison led the music and Duane Dunn collected numerous “Happy Dollars” for Rotary projects.
Tom Boerger presided over the May 11 Rotary meeting, Tom Eckstein gave the invocation, Marv Tokach and Bev Kennison led the music and Duane Dunn collected numerous “Happy Dollars” for Rotary projects.
Margaret Doyle, a guidance counselor at James-town High School, had each of the students who participated in the job shadows share on their experiences at the different job sites of Rotary members. There was one student at Ottmar & Ottmar, three at KSJB, one at Hi-Acres Manor, three at R.M. Stoudt and five at Jamestown Hospital. The students said they enjoyed the behind-the-scenes look at each of these businesses and really came away with a new appreciation for the work done at the job sites where they had an opportunity to visit.
Boerger explained Ro-tary scholarships and told the students that they have an opportunity to apply for these scholarships. He also mentioned the Rotary exchange program where students can go overseas for a year of study, and described RYLA camp which is another opportunity the students can explore. Two students from Jamestown High School will be attending RYLA camp this year on behalf of the Jamestown Club.
Today’s program is in the hands of Nick Schmidt, Selmer Spitzer will give the invocation, Jason Braun will lead the music and Jim Ukestad will be sergeant at arms.
Also, Camp Rokiwan clean up is May 27.