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Orbiters Help Make Rotary Southbank

Posted by Orbit Satellite Club on 20 July 2020

THE YOUNG LEADERS' COLLECTIVE

A group of young Rotarians have banded together to form the ORBIT young leadership board, harnessing the power of diversity to transform the way they view and tackle social and community issues.

The group of eight believe the blending of traditional Rotarian values with a progressive new approach, will form a solid foundation for conversation, commitment and collaboration.

Rosie Prosenik, chair of Rotary Orbit says the new club aims to redefine the way they think, co-operate and lead others. "Empowered to become change agents in our community we hope to pave the way for the next 100 years.

"Our efforts in fundraising will ensure that the whole team works together, as Rotarians do all the world over to alleviate social, economic or medical issues among those who are vulnerable," she concluded.

The group of young Orbit leaders see mental hygiene as a critical problem within the community and will focus efforts to provide support where we they can.
Author: Orbit Satellite Club
Tags: Rotary Public Image News

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