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ROTARY CLUB OFMondays, 12:15 pm
|Immediate PP||Nancy Schroeder|
On Monday, October 31st, the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs had the pleasure of hearing Paul Hildreth speak about his role as Director of Safety and Security in Fulton County Schools.
Hildreth started his presentation by asking a question, "If you had to fight for your life tomorrow....how hard would you train today?" This questions frames the mindset that Hildreth and his team wake up with every day to continue to keep Fulton County schools safe and secure
Hildreth reviewed a few of the many tools his team uses to keep campuses safe:
Hildreth closed by explaining how they are always learning from current events and refining their security plans to combat the ever changing threats that put the safety and security of Fulton County Schools at risk.
Thank you for the informative presentation and for all you do for the Students, Faculty, and Staff of Fulton County School Paul!
On November 1, 2, and 3 the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs served dinners to the Firefighters and Police Officers of Sandy Springs at the new Sandy Springs Fire Station No. 2. This is an annual event the Rotary Club of Sandys Springs enjoys doing to show appreciation and support for the Firefighters and Police Officers of Sandy Springs.
Good food, good discussions, and tours of the sparkling new facility were part of the fare each night.
Assistant Governor of Rotary District 6900 and RCSS member Will MacArthur coordinated the service project and was pleased with the turnout of volunteering Rotarians and amount of Firefighters and Police that were served.
Meals were donated by 3 local Sandy Springs Restaurants:
Rotarians including: Will MacArthur, Jim Squire, John Neill, Zac Boswell, Jay Brackman, Julie Bernath, Joe Jones, Steve Money and Ashley Napier showed up to help out with the event.
Linda Randolph with the direction of Gene Jordan, RCSS Community Service Chair, arranged the Instrumental Group of students at North Springs High School to preform a special concert to the residents of Somerby Assisted Living.
Under direction of their teacher, Mrs. Dinovic, and with the leadership of the music club officer, Kiera Barrett, the Tri-M Student Musical Group performed a selection of Jazz numbers at Somerby Assisted Living facility in Sandy Springs on the afternoon of November 1st.
The group was composed of 4 students playing an electric guitar, Alto Saxophone, drums, and bass.
The Rotary Club of Sandy Springs is providing a pizza party for these Students later this month to thank them for their service to the Senior citizens in our community.