Rotarians have JHS students shadow
Published 04/03/2012, The Jamestown Sun
Twelve students from Jamestown High School job shadowed in the following Rotarians’ businesses: Stoudt Ford, KSJB Radio, Jamestown Regional Medical Center, Ottmar & Ottmar Law Office and Orn and McDaniel Family Dentistry. Each of the students shared some of his or her experience and attended the March 27 Rotary meeting. While at the meeting they learned about Rotary and what the service club does and provides to the community. They were able to see the induction of two new Rotary members, Casey Bradley, Stutsman County chief operating officer and auditor, and David Rogers, chief financial officer at First Community Credit Union.Word count: 246
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