ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE
hosted by District 7720
District 7720 held the 2015 Rotary Leadership Institute at Pitt Community College on September 19th. Thirty two Rotarians registered and ultimately twenty nine were able to attend. Part I had eighteen and was divided into two groups. Part II had six participants and Part III graduated five at the end of the day.
The Faculty, staff and key volunteers enjoyed an extraordinary dinner the night before at the Colonial Inn in Farmville. This private dinner gave the group a wonderful way to meet, greet and bond for the following day’s RLI.
The RLI venue was the relatively new E. Russell Building with lunch provided across the street at the Goess cafeteria. Everyone enjoyed the food, fellowship and their sessions throughout the day. Several PCC employees provided amazing support before and at the beginning of the day; namely, Dr. Dan Mayo, Faith Fagan and Matthew McCarthy.
As an added bonus, nine of the Pitt County Interact Club volunteered to usher and maintain the break room for the day. Their adviser, Rotarian and Educator Lauren Piner, allowed them to audit some of the classes and thus learn more about our awesome organization of Rotary.