Leigh McIntosh

As schools gear up to serve record numbers of students in Gwinnett County, they can always use additional resources to stretch their limited budgets. September is the month that Rotary International has chosen to promote education and literacy.

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Leigh McIntosh

Each month Rotary focuses on a different topic. August is membership and extension month. Wondering about the definition of extension in regard to Rotary, I looked it up and discovered it is about starting new clubs. There are currently nine clubs located in Gwinnett County, one of which is less than a year old.

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Leigh McIntosh

June is Rotary fellowship month. When I looked online to see what that means to Rotarians, I was unsure. I saw lots of ideas about existing fellowships which appear to be groups that have been formed so that Rotarians with similar hobbies can meet and pursue interest areas they are passionate about.

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Leigh McIntosh

Remember the old expression that “many hands make light work”? Since the weather has warmed up, Rotary Club of Lawrenceville has been busy in the community helping others in need.

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Leigh McIntosh

You can tell the Rotary year is winding down if you know the signs. Lately, we have been going over our to-do list to see what we have missed and if we have met our deadlines.

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Rotary Club of Lawrenceville New Officers: Left to right: Tim Golden, Freya Myers, Art Kleve and Nancy McGill

Installed as new officers for the Rotary Club of Lawrenceville for 2013-14 were (left to right) Tim Golden, owner of Bright Star Care,Treasurer; Freya Myers, a CPA with Houston and Company, Secretary; Art Kleve, owner of Nobody's Auto Service and Repair, President-Elect; and Nancy McGill, owner of Cartridge World Lawrenceville, President. 

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