The Rotary Club of Freeport has invited public and private schools across Grand Bahama to be a part of its Four-Way Test essay and poster competition.

According to Club President Rengin Johnson, the Rotary International motto is "Service Above Self" and as Rotarians, they practice the four-way test, which is believed to exemplify that principle in their business, personal and social lives.

"This year, we would like for as many schools as possible to join in learning, practicing and living by Rotary's four-way test principles," she said.

"We have the four-way test by which we are guided and it goes as follows: for the things we think, say or do; first, is it the truth? Second, is it fair to all concerned? Thirdly will it build goodwill and better friendships and will it be beneficial to all concerned?"

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