I paid my Gwinnett County Water bill today for a grand total of $14.99. I take it for granted that I can drink clean and safe water directly from the tap for a small monthly fee.
I am among the most fortunate of people because the majority of people on our planet do not have access to safe drinking water. This month is Water and Sanitation month for Rotarians, so it makes sense to acknowledge our county leaders for providing this service we take for granted in Gwinnett. As I think about the things that Rotary Club of Lawrenceville did in February, I will share them with pictures. Some of the highlights include a food drive we held for Nothing but the Truth Ministries and hearing about the latest developments in the City of Lawrenceville from Mayor Johnson.
Leigh is a proud Rotarian and CEO of Creative Enterprises, Inc., a not for profit, training, and employment, community rehabilitation program for adults with disabilities. A lifelong resident of Gwinnett County, Leigh divides her time between advocating for people with disabilities, enjoying her children, grandchildren, and friends, helping her doTerra essential oil customers, traveling, and focusing on her spiritual journey to appreciate how we are all connected.