District #5630 Interact


District Interact 

Events for Interact Members:

    • Opening Ceremonies at 8 a.m.
    • Rotary Youth Exchange and Interact presentations at 9 a.m.
    • Trafficking survivor speaker and educational trainer 10:30 a.m.
  • Lunch with Answering the call slide show during lunch – Halsey Fire and Update – Stu Shephard (North Platte AM)  to narrate; and RYLA regroups and moves on – introduction of Monty and Kiersten
  • Pat Merryweather – Zone director 12:45 -?
  • Interact Breakout Session At 12:45 – 2:15 p.m.:  How do you see serving in your community?  Share project ideas  (Hotel Meeting Room)
  • Interact Breakout Session at 2:30-3:50:  Vision for a District Youth Council (What do we see this council doing? What can we do to help the district-level leaders?)
  • Interact Breakout Session At 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.: Laney Badgley, Rotoract President –  Project Idea Brainstorming for the 6 focus areas 
  • Focus on Youth Round Table at 4 p.m.– Interact, Rotaract, RYE, RYLA – mini conference Nicole Badgley, Monte and Kiersten, Paula Witt, Sarah Mills At 3:50 p.m.
  • Interact help set up the buffet at 5:30 and get new name tags
  • Interactors serve the meal at 6:30 p.m. (They can wear a special name tag with their first name and what project they are currently working on so Rotarians can ask them about it while they wait.)
  • National Cowboy Poet Hall of Fame – RP Smith (If you haven’t heard him, he is really funny)


Nicole Badgley, District Interact Chairman


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 2023 District #5630 Interact Conference

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