2017-10-06 / Society

Rotaract leaders visit Capital Rotary

Contributed by Capital Rotary Club


Callie McLean, Emma Goldrick, and Blake DuBose Callie McLean, Emma Goldrick, and Blake DuBose Callie McLean and Emma Goldrick, student leaders of the University of South Carolina’s Rotaract Club, were welcomed by president Blake DuBose to a recent Capital Rotary meeting. McLean, a junior public health major, is from Charleston. She is Rotaract vice president and has participated in a host of activities including Relay for Life, the Carolina Judicial Council and AED, a pre-health honors society that undertook a medical mission trip to Nicaragua last spring.

Goldrick, a junior majoring in marketing and management, is from Hilton Head Island. She is Rotaract secretary, participated in Relay for Life, and is current president of CHAARG (Changing Health Actions and Attitudes to Recreate Girls) and is a peer consultant at USC’s Student Success Center.

Rotaract clubs are open to adults ages 18-30 interested in community service, in developing leadership and professional skills, and who enjoy networking and social activities.

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