Dothan Campus-based Rotaract Club gets involved in the community; student members benefit from mentors

The Dothan Campus' Rotaract Club gets involved in community-based support programs.

The Dothan Campus' Rotaract Club gets involved in community-based support programs.

For a group of Dothan Campus business students, the Rotary Club is helping them build relationships and gain experience that will help them later in life.

The Rotaract Club, sponsored by the Dothan Tuesday Rotary Club, is participating in various community support projects.

Rotaract Dothan supported meal preparation for or Mama Tina’s Mission House.

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Luncheon celebrates international education, partnership between University and Rotary

TROY students perform the traditional Japanese Fisherman Dance during Tuesday's International Rotary Luncheon at the Troy Campus.

TROY students perform the traditional Japanese Fisherman Dance during Tuesday's International Rotary Luncheon at the Troy Campus.

Troy University and the Troy Rotary Club kicked off International Education Week with a luncheon on Tuesday, celebrating the partnership between the organization and the University and the cultural impact international students have on the local community.

A joint venture of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education, International Education Week…

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Dothan Campus Rotaract creating stronger community ties

The club, which opened earlier this year, recently received a $1,250 donation from the Dothan Tuesday Rotary Club.

The club, which opened earlier this year, recently received a $1,250 donation from the Dothan Tuesday Rotary Club.

Students at Troy University’s Dothan Campus are growing more connected with their local community thanks to the campus’ new Rotaract club.

The club started in the spring with the support of the Dothan Tuesday Rotary Club and Dr. Carmen Lewis, associate dean of the Sorrell College of Business at the Dothan Campus.

According to Rotary’s…

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