- Discuss PWW, PWW projects and trip agenda
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA 2017)
March 25, 2017
Dublin School, Dublin, NH from 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Registration Deadline: February 17, 2017
Your club is invited to sponsor high-school aged students to attend the annual Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) event being sponsored by the Monadnock Rotary Club this fall.
This year’s event will be held on March 25, 2017 at the Dublin School. Cost for the event remains the same at $95 per participant.
The Monadnock Rotary Club will continue with our peer leadership program, which gives the selected teens the skills to understand their own leadership styles, how teams work, and how a group can perform more effectively.
Specifically, this program allows the teens to:
- Understand qualities that make effective leaders and followers.
- Deepen their awareness around accountability and responsibility.
- Apply goal-setting and self-assessment strategies in relation to leadership style.
- Develop skills needed to resolve team conflict.
- Create an open dialogue among team members and desired behaviors.
- Build a strong community in order to function as an effective team.
Please make sure to contact your Interact Clubs before winter break to let them know about the program this year. Space is limited and will fill up, so please register your students as soon as possible.
Please select the links below to print, fill out, and submit the following forms.
If you have any questions, please contact one of us listed below..
We look forward to working with students sponsored by your club!
Mary Loftis (email@example.com)
Balmeet Khalsa (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Medical Care - We have seen approximately 26,000 medical and dental patients.
- Medical Equipment and Supplies
- Over 12 Tons of Medical Supplies Transported by Team Members
- 7 – 40’ Containers of Medical Equip. & Supplies
- 3 Ambulances shipped
- School Construction & Education – We have constructed 7 schools, expanded 3 schools, and converted 2 other buildings into schools. We have repaired and painted 18 schools, and have also worked on a youth center and a drug rehabilitation facility. We have also provided school uniforms to over 300 students – which are required for children to attend school.
- Pure Water - Working with another 501c3 Rotary partner,
Keene students learned about the negative and life-long consequences facing students who lack access to basic clean water and sanitation, and it moved them to take action. Students in rural Honduras miss school due to sicknesses related to contaminated water. Girls drop out of school when they begin menstruating because they lack safe and private hygiene facilities, such as hand washing stations and gender-specific toilets. Their schools have no access to hand washing stations, toilets or clean water.