Taking time to travel and immerse yourself in another country’s culture takes courage and planning. In the following interview, hear from two students who participated in short-term exchange programs this summer:
Thanks to these Rotarians, CRS was able to distribute some pretty awesome looking produce to 64 seniors, 26 adults and 23 children. This is the 2nd year that Rotarians have been able to help at a CRS Farmers’ Market. CRS, Community Resource Services, helps people in need in Avon and Avon Lake.
Allen Porter inducted Joan Leibacher into the club. (President John Crooks and Past President Jinnyn Tata will serve her as her mentors.) Joan worked for Sprenger Healthcare for ten years. In April of this year, she started her own home healthcare business, ACC Adult Home Care located in Avon. Her business assists individuals in their homes with light housekeeping, shopping, errands, etc. Joan lives in Lorain with her husband, Jason, and two children. Joan is very involved in giving back especially through her church. For Rotary, she has already contributed a box for the Children of Chinandega project. Thanks, Joan!
Membership Chairman Allen Porter inducted William Rutger, the new director of Avon Lake Public Library, into North Coast Rotary Club. William grew up in the Sandusky area where his parents operate a native wildlife rescue facility. He lives in Milan, and has three children. William likes the idea that North Coast Rotary serves more than one community.