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Rotary Youth Exchange looks for restart

After a two-year pandemic-related pause, your kids could go back to school overseas next year. The Sturgeon Bay Rotary Club and the Northern Door Rotary Club are already looking for kids to participate in the Rotary Youth Exchange program. Students 15 years and up and choose to participate in the program where they would spend the year overseas and learn about a different country’s culture. COVID-19 put a damper on the program the last two years, but Tom Wilson from the Northern Door Rotary Club hopes that will change with a little extra knowledge.

The Rotary Youth Exchange will have an informational meeting for any family interested in the program on September 15th at the Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor beginning at 6:30 p.m. Wilson says they are also looking for people to host international students for the upcoming years of the Rotary Youth Exchange,  but adds that the organization’s district staff handles incoming students.

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