Five students of Lebanon County Career and Technology Center recently addressed the Rotary of Lebanon.
Five Lebanon County Career and Technology Center students were recognized by Rotary of Lebanon for their recent success in state level competition.  Students reporting to the Rotary on their respective areas of competition included:  Lynndsy Hoke, Troy Kaylor, Sarah Kinney, Jessica Roavabaugh and Katelyn Weaver.  These students were selected spokespersons and representatives of their respective school clubs: Family, Careers and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA); Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA); and Skills USA.  Rotary of Lebanon President, Patrick Freer, Jr., presented the group of students with checks totaling $1,500 to help sponsor selected students who will represent LCCTC at national level competitions this coming summer.  The Rotary also provides college scholarship assistance to several LCCTC seniors each year.  In addition to annual support for LCCTC students, Rotary of Lebanon also promotes other activities to both recognize and benefit local youth including: Students of the Month, the Four-Way Test Essay contest and sponsorships to attend the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards conference.  The club has also been actively involved in past sponsorship of Rotary International’s programs sponsored locally may contact Rotary of Lebanon President, Patrick Freer, Jr. at: youth exchange program. Those interested in learning more about Rotary or the youth  Rotary is an international organization of business and professional leaders united to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all  vocations, and help build goodwill, peace and understanding worldwide.  Approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 32,000 clubs in over 200 countries and geographical areas.