Leigh McIntosh

In much of the world, malnutrition is a concern for children due to extreme poverty. Rotarians address these concerns all over the world but let’s not forget the children in our community who are also facing food challenges.

Candra Nebiker being inducted as a new Rotarian by Craig Roberts, President and Don Bradford, MembershipCandra Nebiker being inducted as a new Rotarian by Craig Roberts, President and Don Bradford, MembershipRotary Club of Lawrenceville helps with weekend food packets for students in local schools who would otherwise miss several meals until school resumes on Monday mornings. It is hard to believe that with all of the food ministries in our community, there are hungry children in Gwinnett County, but many of our local teachers will attest that hungry children have difficulty learning. Check with your local school to see how you can help a child. Our pictures highlight some of our activities at Rotary Club of Lawrenceville this month.

Wayne Rickhart with Gwinnett County Public Schools discussing how the school system utilizes policemenWayne Rickhart with Gwinnett County Public Schools discussing how the school system utilizes policemenLeigh 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.

Paige Havens telling us about the Transit vote held on March 19Paige Havens telling us about the Transit vote held on March 19