Betty Gill then gave them each a token of the club's appreciation for sharing their experiences. She also reminded everyone that we do not realize how we are changing the world, just by fostering leaders in our community.
A report was given on the Cara Williams Polio Benefit concert that was held last Friday night on July 30th at Centenary United Methodist Church. Attendance was reported to be 100 + in attendance. There was fabulous music, a great reception and an overall great benefit for Polio.
In closing, John Wyble introduced himself and told a little about himself, his work with CASA and that he is running for the Washington Parish School Board. He informed the club about a program that has been in the works in the community called Franklinton Mentors.