On Saturday May 2nd, 2019, several members of the DC Rotary Club participated in City Blossoms Workday where we they assisted in a new garden build at Imagine Hope Community Charter School - Lamond Campus. DC Rotary Club members celebrated Rotary Youth Service Month in this joint service project with their sponsoring Interact and Rotaract Clubs.

Rotary's focus in May is on the fifth avenue of service: Youth Service. Youth service comes in many forms throughout the Rotary world. A few of the many youth projects in Rotary District 7620 include Interact, Rotaract, RYLA and Youth Exchange. Our DC Rotary Club sponsors two (2) Interact Clubs, CHEC Interact & Richard Wright PCS Interact, and two (2) Rotaract Clubs, DC and GW Rotaract.

City Blossoms fosters healthy communities through innovative, community-engaging programming and green spaces. Through their work with hundreds of community-based organizations, neighborhood groups, schools, and learnings centers, they serve all people, with a particular focus on low-income communities and Latino, African-American, and immigrant youth. They serve neighborhoods in which children and youth may not otherwise have access to green space.

The Rotary Foundation of Washington, DC (our Club's Foundation) supported this great organization last year with grant funding! 

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DC Rotary Club Members with their sponsoring Interact/Rotaract Clubs

CHEC Interact Club Members

CHEC Interact Club Members

Richard Wright PCS Interact Club Members