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First-ever Rotary community showcase is June 27

Rotary District 7680 will hold its annual District Assembly June 27 in Mooresville and, for the first time, is opening the event to the general public. The event at Historic Langtree Plantation in Mooresville will showcase how area residents can volunteer in their community, expand their business network, and make meaningful friendships through Rotary. The event will run from 4:30-6 pm.

“We are excited to share our local projects, fundraisers and socials,” says incoming District Governor Ineke Wilson. “We look forward to gathering with community members as well as current Rotarians for an afternoon of inspiration, motivation and education.”

Attendees will browse exhibits and have the opportunity to speak to Rotarians about a variety of initiatives including local and international service projects, Rotary Monarch Butterfly Gardens, First Responders Program, Youth Service Programs, End Polio Now, Friendship Exchange with India, and more.

Rotary District 7680 serves 14 counties in the west-central region of North Carolina. There are 57 clubs in the district with around 2,800 members who share similar values and are dedicated to serving the needs of their communities and helping others around the world, exemplifying Rotary’s motto of “service above self.”

Event information can be found on the group’s Facebook page,