Leaders of Tomorrow Support Rotary Initiative

The Leaders of Tomorrow sponsored by the RDU Chapter of the National Black MBA Association lent their support to the Rotary Clubs of Durham by assembling take-away gifts for the attendees of the upcoming Alzheimer’s Caregivers’ Appreciation Luncheon.  On February 19, invited guests will be treated to lunch, entertainment and a raffle for prizes in recognition of the tireless efforts that caregivers put forth every day.  The lunch is jointly sponsored by the Downtown Durham, Southwest and Sunrise Rotary Clubs of Durham.

During their most recent monthly meeting, the Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) assembled gift boxes of truffles for luncheon guests to take home. Rotarians Emily Page and Marion Johnson organized the event as a service project for the youth group.  LOT participants were introduced to Alzheimer’s disease and to Rotary before they joined an assembly line to create the gifts.

The RDU Leaders of Tomorrow group is sponsored by the RDU Chapter of the National Black MBA Association.  Rotarian Marion Johnson is one of the Directors of the LOT program.  Each year, some of the older LOT members participate in the National Black MBA Association’s national business case competition.  Downtown Durham Rotarians may remember the LOT team from their presentation to the Club last year.  That case competition team placed 3rd nationally and received scholarship prizes for their achievement.

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