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David Richardson Attends RYLA Summer Leadership Weekend

Asked by SEO in Other.. | November 10, 2019 07:05
David Richardson, a student at Danville High School, spoke to St. Johnsbury Rotarians during the club’s weekly meeting Aug. 19 about his summer experience at RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards), held June 21-23 at Northern Vermont University-Lyndon. David described some of the leadership skills he learned, which involved several cooperation games to promote teamwork and team building while gaining confidence. One of the activities for the weekend was a talent show, where David performed a stand-up comedy act. During that weekend, RYLA attendees also boxed up food and necessities, to be shipped to a third world country.

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