The Rotary Club of The Woodlands was thrilled to be host to the District Interact Training on August 15th.
243 Interact members from across the district descended upon the Lone Star College campus for day filled with opportunities to connect with their peers, meet their counterparts in other club officer positions as well as general and breakout sessions covering themes such as:
  • Rotary International Theme Interpreted
  • Officer-specific concerns
  • Community Service Projects
  • Club Planning
  • Service Project Planning
Doris Lockey, District Governor, as well as Sally Andrews, District Interact Coordinator joined Rotarians from The Woodlands club to administer the event.  The day left many of the Rotarians in awe over insight, thoughtfulness and professionalism that was shown by the young leaders in attendance. 
Randy Kruchten, coordinator for the event, had his major take-away from the event “is that Rotary Clubs in the district should take an active role in promoting and hosting mixers and joint service projects between Rotary, Rotaract and Interact to demonstrate to the kids an interest in them and a pathway to a lifetime of service through Rotary.”
Special thanks to the staff and administration at Lone Star College for the use of their facilities as well as all the Rotarians that took time out of their weekend to invest in our future.