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Rotary District 6920
Southeastern Georgia, USA

Interact & Rotaract

-  (age 12-18

Rotaract  -  (age 18- to no upper limit)

Interact Handbook

Rotaract Handbook

Youth Services 

Donald Fountain
District 6920 Rotaract/ Interact Chair
Rotary Club of Glennville

Pryce May
2021-22 District 6920 Rotaract Representative

Rotaract and Interact Resources

Important Documents
Listing of Club - Sponsored Organizations Report
How to Update Rotaract and Interact Club Information


Student Activities
Rotaract College of Coastal Georgia Facebook
Interact Glynn Academy  (pdf)

Below is a Summary of the current District 6920 Rotaract and Interact Clubs.
For a list with additional detail go to the RI website as shown above.

  Rotaract Club Name Sponsoring Rotary Club Sponsoring Rotary Club President Rotaract Club President Rotaract Advisor
1 Augusta University Augusta David Scott Williams Henry Knox Paul M. Dainer M.D.
2 College of Coastal Georgia Brunswick Thomas Zachry Malcolm Jones Brian M. Weese
3 College of Coastal Georgia St. Simons Island Ms Beth Smith Malcolm Jones  
4 Georgia Southern University  Armstrong Campus Savannah South Steve Pound Emily Todd  
5 Middle Georgia State University Warner Robins John Rowlands Matthew Molina  
6 Oconee Fall Line Technical College - South Campus Dublin Jack Walker    
7 Statesboro Downtown Statesboro Dennis Key Daniel Betor Charles Harter
8 Valdosta State University Valdosta William D. Kent Cali Kent  
9 Vidalia Vidalia Steven McComas Marissa Brown Chad Ritchie
  Interact Club Name Sponsoring Rotary Club Sponsoring Rotary Club President Interact Advisor Name  
1 Academy Of Richmond County Augusta David Scott Williams Gerald T. Rogers  
2 Bradwell Institute Hinesville Kevin Lee Remillard Michael R Whitten  
3 Burke County High School Waynesboro Mr. Walter P. Degenhardt Sara Marchman  
4 East Laurens High School Dublin Jack Walker Wendy Clardy  
5 Edmund Burke Academy Waynesboro Mr. Walter P. Degenhardt Jenny Gunter  
6 First Presbyterian Christian Academy Hinesville Kevin Lee Remillard Michael R Whitten  
7 Georgia Christian School Valdosta William D. Kent Brad Lawson  
8 Glynn Academy Brunswick Brian M. Weese Patricia Melies  
9 Glynn Academy St. Simons Island Ms Beth Smith Patricia Melies  
10 Houston County High School Warner Robins John Rowlands Mrs. Amy W. O'Cain  
11 Lowndes High Valdosta William D. Kent Leighann Haworth  
12 Perry Perry Ross J. Yasin    
13 Pinewood Christian Academy Claxton Kyle E. Durrence Jennifer D. Bradley  
14 Pinewood Christian Academy Glennville David Summerford Jennifer D. Bradley  
15 Richmond Hill High School Richmond Hill Mr. Edwin Gary Stanberry Chris Fettes  
16 Screven County High School Sylvania Enoch W. Autry    
17 The Academy for Classical Education Downtown Macon Cile Hardwick Lind Timothy J. O'Mahony  
18 The Battle Creek Warriors Glennville David Summerford Mrs Kristen Waters  
19 The Battle Creek Warriors Reidsville   Mrs Kristen Waters  
20 Valdosa High School Valdosta William D. Kent Tanya Majeski  
21 Washington County High School Sandersville Keenan R Howard    
22 West Chatham Pooler West Chatham-Pooler Mr. William L. Wade Mr. William L. Wade  

Community Partner of the Year / Non-Profit 


Keep Golden Isles Beautiful is fortunate to work with a multitude of community partners towards a cleaner and greener community. This support and volunteer effort is crucial for community betterment efforts, projects and initiatives. One of those very valued and important groups is the recipient of our 2021 COMMUNITY PARTNER OF THE YEAR, NON-PROFIT award, the COLLEGE OF COASTAL GEORGIA ROTARACT CLUB. Under the wing of Rotary, Rotaract clubs offer young people ages 18 and older opportunities to develop leadership and professional skills, exchange ideas with community leaders and have fun through service. With almost 11,000 Rotaract clubs worldwide, KGIB is fortunate that one of those very clubs is housed at the College of Coastal Georgia under the purview of advisor Brian Weese. CCGA's Rotaract club has been an active and dedicated member of KGIB's Adopt-A-Highway program since April of 2013, where groups commit to cleaning a one-mile stretch of roadway at least four times a year. In that time, Rotaract students have spent 450 hours removing 1,968 lbs of trash from a highly visible section of roadway near their school. This gung-ho group also rolls up their sleeves at KGIB Marsh Madness cleanups, helping remove trash from the valuable salt marsh during the month of March. Benefitting from CCGA Rotaract Club students are other annual KGIB efforts such as the Plogging cleanup that combines jogging and picking up trash, the Brunswick City-wide cleanup, the annual Electronics Recycling & More event and KGIB administrative office tasks. As with any other KGIB volunteer group, each group contact is responsible for communicating with their members and our staff, making sure volunteers know where and when events are happening, completing annual paperwork and reporting event statistics. Since 2013, our student Rotaract officer contact has changed 8 times. Whereas this usually poses a challenge for other volunteer groups, KGIB staff are routinely impressed with the organizational skills of the CCGA Rotaract Club, the leadership of its officers and the professionalism of its members. With their boundless enthusiasm, community commitment, tireless energy and can-do attitude, it is no wonder that today we honor the CCGA Rotaract club as KGIB's 2021 COMMUNITY PARTNERS OF THE YEAR / NON-PROFIT. CONGRATULATIONS CCGA ROTARACT CLUB!                                    Contact: Lea King-Badyna  /

 KGIB Volunteers Honored for Community Service 

PHOTO CAPTION:  Celebrating community and honoring volunteers was the focus of Keep Golden Isles Beautiful's recent Volunteer Recognition breakfast. With a staff of just two, the 40+ year-old educational non-profit depends on volunteer effort, community/government partners and financial supporters to further community betterment activities, projects and initiatives. Ten community volunteer and partner awards were presented for the calendar year 2021: Community Partner of the Year/Non-Profit, College of Coastal Georgia Rotaract Club; Community Partner of the Year/Profit, Georgia Sea Grill; Outstanding Public Service/City Government, Deborah McCauley-Craig; Outstanding Public Service/County Government, Timothy Bane; Outstanding Elected Official, Mayor Cornell Harvey; Environmental Steward of the Year, Jennifer & Mike Hatcher; Horizon Award, Logan Hildreth; Shining Star Award, Monica del Cid; Hindery Adopt-A-Highway Volunteer of the Year Award, Gail Chandler; Bootsie Mason Award of Excellence, Clement Cullens. Each recipient received a custom-made award hand crafted from scrap wood and bicycle parts created by Terry Trowbridge. 

Front row, left to right: Mayor Cornell Harvey, Monica del Cid, Olivia Terry, Logan Hildreth, Deborah McCauley-Craig and Lea King-Badyna. Back row, left to right: Tim Bane, Zack Gowen and Clement Cullens. Not pictured: Gail Chandler, AJ Salinas, Jennifer Hatcher and Mike Hatcher. 



Established in 1979, Keep Golden Isles Beautiful is one of 78 Keep America Beautiful / Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation affiliates.

Keep Golden Isles Beautiful's mission is to preserve and enhance the beauty of Glynn County through community stewardship



College of Coastal Georgia Rotaract