Upcoming Community Engagement Committee (CEC) Events

Saturday, December 28, 2019 By: Marilyn Nevy Cruz
Dear Fellow Rotarians and Friends, 
 
 
Please join us in the following CEC service events. All are welcomed!
 
 
Senior Portfolios at CHEC
 
 
When: Wednesday, January 29, 2020 – Tuesday, February 4, 2020
 
Time: 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM
 
Where: Columbia Heights Educational Campus (“CHEC”)
                 3101 16th Street NW                 
                 Washington, D.C. 20010
 
Description: Columbia Height Educational Campus ("CHEC") has a senior class of about 230 students this year and they are eager to celebrate and exhibit their content knowledge. CHEC seniors are scheduled to present their Math and Science Portfolios, Wednesday, January 29 to Tuesday, February 4 from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM. Any day or time frame to volunteer as a panelist will be an invaluable service to CHEC students.
 
Please contact Rotarian Marilyn Nevy Cruz at mncruz10@gmail.com with your availability. We hope to see you the week of Janaury 29th. 
 
The Rotary Foundation of Washington, DC (our Club’s Foundation) supported this great organization last year with a small $8, 000 grant. 
 
 
 
Write Lunch with Free Minds
When: Wednesday, February 12, 2020
 
Time: 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
 
Where: University Club
                 1135 16th Street NW                 
                 Washington, D.C. 20036
 
Description: Please join members of the DC Rotary Club at Write Lunch with Free Minds. Following Wednesday's lunch, we will gather alongside Free Minds Poet Ambassadors home from prison to provide feedback on the writing of Book Club members still incarcerated. It is a simple and powerful way to support members' processes of self-awareness and change, as well as read great writing. We look forward to having you join us. 
 
How do you sign-up? Simply click the yellow “Members” button here, and you're ready to go!  We will register the DC Rotary Club team with Free Minds.
 
Free minds uses books, creative writing, and peer support to awaken incarcerated and formerly incarcerated youths and adults to their own potential. Through creative expression, job readiness training, and violence prevention outreach, these poets achieve their education and career goals, and become powerful voices for change in the community.  
 
The Rotary Foundation of Washington, DC (our Club’s Foundation) has supported this great organization four years in a row with a large $20,000 grant.