Among Young Leaders
For the last three years, Wakefield Rotarians have participated in the Northeast Regional Youth Leadership Conference held at the Ledford Center in Wake Forest along with our Interact clubs from Wakefield and Heritage High School. We get to talk to young student leaders about Interact– Rotary’s youth leadership organization that allows students to experience Service Above Self in a school club. It’s always inspiring to meeting these young leaders.
Thanks to Matt Hilliard, Teresa Black, Jerry Kephart, George Aux, Art Minton, Angela Jamison and our Wakefield Interact club for participating!
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Our Vision Statement
TOGETHER We See A World Where PEOPLE Unite and Take Action to CREATE Lasting CHANGE Across the Globe, in Our Communities and in Ourselves.
Wakefield Rotary Club of Wake Forest is an organization of business professionals, neighbors, friends and community leaders who join together to create positive change in Wake Forest and around the World. We serve the community, focusing on youth leadership development, food insecurity, community development and networking.