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EarlyAct Induction

EarlyAct Induction

Today, we inducted two dozen leadership students at Ma Murray Community School into Rotary’s EarlyAct club in Fort St. John!

EarlyAct is very new to Rotary and there are very few EarlyAct clubs in the world. These students are pioneering the future of EarlyAct, and we are proud of their generosity to the community and the world with their desire to help others.

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EarlyAct Induction at Margaret Ma Murray Community School.
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EarlyAct Induction at Margaret Ma Murray Community School.
This Christmas, they organized and delivered 44 gift bags for seniors at Heritage Manor 2, Abbeyfield House, and Peace Villa, stuffed with chocolates and coffee, plants and puzzles, slippers and dish towels, ornaments and more. They are in the middle of a food drive challenge with their peers in Charlie Lake and have collected 15 shopping carts of food so far.

As these students grow, there will always be a Rotary club for them to join. In junior high and high school, there is Interact; and as they become young adults and attend university, there is Rotoract. Once they've established their careers, there is Rotary.

No matter the club, there are four rules for them to remember and live by:

Is it the TRUTH?
Is it FAIR to all concerned?
Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?