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Rotary Launches High School Competition about Principles

By Robin Loving

Rotary requires members to conduct themselves personally and professionally according to its Four-Way Test of the things Rotarians think, say and do: Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build goodwill and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned?

Rotary Presentation
High School Competition About Principles
Tue, Feb 13, 12:30pm
Hotel Misión
Salida Real a Querétaro 1
Info: 415 112 3413
Free

For the second consecutive year, the Rotary Club of San Miguel de Allende–Midday is hosting a high school competition with Prepatoria Pipila to highlight stories of how its students live the Four-Way Test.

Students of the school’s English class will write essays to be juried. Three winners will have their stories read at a Rotary meeting on February 13 at 12:30pm in Hotel Misión. Come join this Rotary meeting, which will be free and in English, to hear these outstanding essays. It will give you pride in our community and hope for the future.

Former Rotary President Nate Fultz is the chairman for this project. He is a retired teacher who taught in the public schools on the border of Texas and Mexico.

Rotary is where neighbors, friends and problemsolvers share ideas, join leaders, and take action to create lasting change. For more information, contact President Fred Collins at presidentmidday@berkleyline.com.

 

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